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Head of IT Operations job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Head of IT Operations
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £75000 - £80000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: IT
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We are delighted to be working with one of the North East's most innovative organisations.

We are looking for a Strategic and Credible leader who will contribute to the overall IS strategy and governance, specifically focused and accountable for organising and developing teams to migrate to a new IS target Operating model, in addition to establishing a strong culture of continual improvement and organisational agility.

The successful candidate will be a key member of the IS Leadership team, Product Council and the wider leadership team within the business.

Key responsibilities will include:

Successful operational management of IS Service Delivery
Delivery of successful deployment and adoption of new business technology, processes, data and information improvements and cultural change to transition to the new IS Target Operating model
Ensuring the successful management of a flexible resource pool to balance the successful day to day running of the IS operation and new initiatives within the Product Family roadmaps.

We are looking for an individual who has a demonstrable track record in the following:

Leading organisational change
Delivery of large scale technical change
Leading IT Service and Operations teams
A strong influencer, across key individuals at all levels within the wider business
Experience in budget management and control

This is a fantastic opportunity, contact us directly today for immediate consideration

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Project Lead (Criminal Justice Sector) job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Project Lead (Criminal Justice Sector)
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £22000 - £25000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Charity
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Project Lead - Full Time
Are you a self-motivated individual who is driven to exceed outcomes, lead others and maintain high standards?
Offploy CIC is a growing social enterprise, now seeking a full-time Project Lead to join The Offploy Foundation team as part of a new contract.
We are on a mission to reduce reoffending and make society safer by placing people with criminal convictions into meaningful, mentored and sustainable employment.
Main duties include:
Motivating a team and delivering specific project objectives as set out in the project plan
Taking absolute responsibility for ensuring targets are met by coordinating themselves and their team members
Forming links in the community, increasing referral streams, discovering local training opportunities, and engaging with local employers
Ensuring our candidates successfully complete the Offploy Candidate Journey following observations of service delivery within your team
Managing a small caseload of candidates who require 1:1 mentoring and support to become work ready
We are looking for candidates who have an open mindset and see a role that they can be involved with developing systems and processes. This means we are looking for someone who can be more than any job description and who will take their hand to anything that their project and our teams require.
The successful candidate will be a leader of people who adopts the right approach when dealing with different situations with candidates, colleagues or commissioners.
The successful candidate will be diligent with detail. A key part of the role is reporting and ensuring that candidate data is gathered and stored correctly - keen eye for detail is essential for this role. The data will be audited in a supportive way by the quality team.
They will be person-centered and outcome-driven. This means that we require the individual to be motivated by achieving outcomes but this must not be done at the expense of our candidates, colleagues or any other human being – we rely on achieving our outcomes to secure contracts which guarantee the sustainability of our organisation so that we can continually work towards our mission of reducing reoffending and making society safer.
Essential Attributes:
Administration: demonstrate competence in both English and Maths to a level 2 standard. This can be evidenced by completing a BKSB assessment or certificates showing higher than a grade C at G.C.S.E. level
ICT skills: A basic understanding of ICT, including how to create and send emails, use an online calendar and update our candidate database with basic information
Caseload Management: Experience managing a caseload of individuals, ensuring candidates receive support that leads to accelerated progress
Leadership experience: demonstrate leadership experience such as colleague management and support via previous job roles or voluntary positions
Outcome reporting: demonstrate a time when they have managed regular and consistent reporting for a project or activity
Quality assurance: ability to quality assure case notes against company standards, perform quality checks on paperwork and ensure referral forms and risk assessments are completed and reviewed for every candidate supported on the project.
Desirable attributes:
Commissioner liaison: demonstrate experience in working with commissioners and how this might be different to dealing with direct line managers
Strategic planning: experience of setting effective strategies whilst leading projects, leading to a positive impact on outcomes.
Performance management
As a Project Lead you will have both project specific targets and organisational targets to manage.
Project specific targets
These will be set depending on the project you are leading. These targets may include but are not limited to:
# of candidates on programme
# of candidates engaging
# of candidates completing a course
# of candidates securing employment
# of candidates sustaining employment for longer than 12 weeks
# of case studies produced
These targets will typically be gathered weekly and put into one spreadsheet to be discussed with your line manager on a weekly basis. Regular reports may also need to be produced for the commissioner or the Offploy Support Centre.
Organisational targets
Offploy as an organisation can be reviewed by six key areas:
Candidates – The people we are built to support
Clients – Employers who hire our candidates
Colleagues – The team we employ to deliver our service
Commissioners – The organisations who held fund our service
Contribution – The positive impact we make on society
Competitors – The organisations who provide similar services to ours
As a leader within our organisation you will also be supported in achieving targets in the following areas:
Candidates:
# of candidates on programme and which stage of the candidate journey they are on
# of candidates completing a qualification
# of candidates securing employment
# of candidates securing employment for longer than 12 weeks
A Net Promoter Score higher than 80. This will be taken from your cohort of candidates based on
* Service received from Offploy
* Their Social Employment Advisor
Colleagues
Reporting progress against project outcomes to your line manager on at least a weekly basis
Ensuring every person you are responsible for has a continuous professional development plan that aligns with both their personal targets and Offploy’s overall mission
Ensuring you are hosting regular and meaningful one-to-ones with your team and this is documented
Setting your team member’s targets which you are ultimately responsible for. This will be a divided version of the project’s targets and your organisational targets depending on the colleague resource you have on each project
Continuous overall positive 360-degree feedback from your line manager, fellow Project Leads and team members.
Commissioners
Regular meetings held with commissioners, actions agreed and documented. Your role will be to report on challenges and progress to the commissioner. Any opportunities for developing further work with the commissioner should be discussed with your line manager
Continuous positive feedback from Commissioners. This will be gathered by our internal quality team based on your interactions with the commissioner.
Contribution
Your overall impact on reducing reoffending. This will be based on the cohort of candidates who come under your project
Research related contribution will vary at times and will come from our Social Policy and Research Officer. An example might be the overall emotional wellbeing or employment hope of your candidates and how this has been affected by your project’s intervention.
What to expect from your position
Support and professional development
A varied and key role within Offploy CIC. We envisage this role will evolve as the organisation expands
Your line manager and the Offploy support centre will be on hand to offer continuous training and regular support with any challenges or celebrations you might be facing
A supportive organisation that monitors to improve, not to berate. This role will be essential in growing Offploy in every community that we deliver in.
The successful candidate will
Be organised, including great time management and the ability to keep on top of a project
Be willing to learn and develop systems and processes as the company grows
Be both passionate and professional
Be keen to learn how to support and integrate well into the Offploy team
Please note: Roles may require occasional travel between our offices.
£22,000 - £25,000 Salary
40 hours per week.
Please ensure you provide a cover letter with your application to include any notice period you have to serve..
This role closes to applications on the 22nd February 2020 with shorlisting and interviews to commence from the 23rd February 2020

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Internal Sales job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Internal Sales
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £18000 - £22000/annum parking, bonus
Company: CV-Library
Category: Sales
Benefits: parking, bonus

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A national manufacturing firm are seeking a Business Development Executive for their Chilton office.

The Role

You will be joining a well-established business contacting clients on the company database proactively identifying business and securing sales opportunities developing repeat business accounts
This role requires individuals who are tenacious and enjoy new business development
Ideal candidates will have a successful background in outbound sales within a B2B environment
Requires proven outbound business to business sales experience in a target driven environment, you'll also need to demonstrate a confident approach, strong communicator who is confident speaking to business owners and senior management in a professional and persuasive dialogue
Generate sales revenue and work towards personal, team and company targetsIdeally we need you to be

Minimum 2 years operational experience in B2B Industrial telesales environment
Professional and confident telephone manner is a must have for success
Self-motivated approaching work with a mature, positive sales attitude
Drive to succeed in a B2B target driven professional sales environment
Demonstrate the ability to consistently work towards and exceed expectations
Tenacious, with a desire to succeed, self-motivated, ability to overcome client rejection
Strong telephone manner, clarity, confidence to project offer over the telephone
Proven track record in outbound telesales with excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to organise, prioritise and manage workflow ensuring financial sales objectives are deliveredExcellent room for career progression and free car parking is available

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Validation Engineer job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Validation Engineer
Job Type: Contract
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £40 - £42.50/hour PAYE
Company: CV-Library
Category: Engineering
Benefits: PAYE

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Carbon60 are currently looking to recruit an experienced NPI Validations Specialist/Engineer for a 10 month fixed term contract for the leading Pharmaceutical companies in the UK. Located in Castle Barnard this is an excellent opportunity to be in an integral part of a team focusing on the introduction of a new product within the new state of the are manufacturing facility.

In the role you will be exposed to a wide variety of new technologies for aseptic manufacturing, state of the art isolator technology including a high level of automation, robotics and digital, data and analytic systems. The role will be hands on in support of their installation and qualification.

Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

To support project / product completion in line with established timescales, through collaboration with teams and cross functional stakeholders (R&D, Technical and Quality teams), providing QA compliance leadership, active risk management, and problem solving.
To contribute to an effective quality assurance and documentation oversight service which ensures that all operations comply with company GMP Standards and Product Quality Specifications.
Contributing to the development of processes, review/approval of SOPs, maintenance plans and generation/approval of reports
Supporting a continuous improvement culture within the team through the GSK Production System (GPS)
Planning validation activities to ensure customer and business needs are met in alignment with the overall project plans and objectives; accountable for the validation and validation maintenance for Processes, Facilities, Equipment, and integration with CSV systems
Supports Level 1 self-inspections

Requirements:

Previous experience working within a highly regulated pharmaceutical or Biotech manufacturing environment.
Able to complete IQ, OQ and PQ.
Able to create summary reports, protocols and plans.
Relevant engineering qualification ideally quality focused.
Strong organisation skills.
Happy to liaise with senior managers across various departments.
Proven history completing site based validation projects.
Demonstrable experience analysing complex data/information and making risk-based decisions as a resultFor more information on this position please call the Carbon60 Engineering team or apply now.

Interviews for this role will be held week commencing 10th of February.

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency

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Asbestos Lab Analyst - Durham job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Asbestos Lab Analyst - Durham
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £24000/annum Company benefits
Company: CV-Library
Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
Benefits: Company benefits

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An valuable opportunity for an experienced and focused Asbestos Lab Analyst to join a successful Asbestos consultancy with an excellent nationwide client base. They are looking for someone to join their lab based in and around the Durham area. The ideal candidate will hold the P401 asbestos certificate and will have extensive lab experience and technical knowledge of the asbestos industry. Consideration will be given to applications from Consett, Sunderland, Hartlepool, Bishop Auckland and the surrounding areas.

Qualifications & Experience:

The individual must possess the P401 asbestos qualification and at the same time must have valid and varied experience working within a laboratory/asbestos environment.
Must have excellent skills both written and verbal.
Must be competent in using the Microsoft Office Package.
Must be fully conversant of the Health & Safety procedures.
Must have good client-facing and organizational skills.

Key Aspects of the Role:

Receiving and preparing asbestos bulk samples.
Carrying out analysis of asbestos materials, etc., entering the results in LIMS and generating accurate data in line with UKAS standards.
Maintaining and developing UKAS accreditation systems.
Maintaining and assisting quality control and data in an appropriate and accurate way and complying with the company's quality systems.
Ensuring that all analytical equipment used are kept clean and up to date.
Assisting and maintaining the company's the Quality Control system, etc.
Liaising with clients and managers as and when required - dealing with issues effectively and appropriately.
Solving problems pertaining to laboratory tests and making sure that the samples are stored appropriately or returned to the right place.
Complying with the Health & Safety procedures.
Getting involved with any other laboratory duties as and when required.

In general, the successful applicant will be competent, flexible, have good attention to detail and have the aptitude to work on own initiative and as part of a team.

This is a good opportunity to join a successful company that offers a competitive salary, depending on expertise and along with many other benefits.

Future Select are the leading market supplier for recruitment in the Asbestos industry, we work with the best clients & candidates and supply the majority of permanent jobs in the asbestos market.

We have a large dedicated team, with over 25 years combined industry experience within Asbestos recruitment specifically geared to dealing with Asbestos Surveyors/Analysts/Lab Technicians, Administrators, Project/Regional /Technical/Quality/Training/Sales Managers through to Director level for both Consultancy & Removal. We have intrinsic knowledge of the marketplace, as well as respecting candidates/clients confidentiality in this close knit market sector.

We are also interested in anyone with p401/p402/p403/p404/p404 or s301 CCP.

We are inundated with applications, we will endeavour to get back in touch, however if you have applied to Future Select and you have not heard from us after a week, on this occasion, you will not have been successful. Your details will be saved on our system and you will be contacted in the future if a vacancy matches your skills.

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Cloud Architect job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Cloud Architect
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £50000 - £60000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: IT
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A market leading software development house who are about to embark on a greenfield cloud transformation project. This will be the first of a number of hires for cloud talent and will be responsible for spearheading this transformation project.

Responsibilities:

* AWS/Azure/GCP;

* Linux: preferably Redhat/CentOS;

* CI/CD – Jenkins, Octopus;

* Docker / Kubernetes;

* Ansible / Chef / Puppet;

* Awareness of ISO27001, DPA, GDPR & related security frameworks;

* Vendor management;

* Define strategy and tool chains;

* knowledge of software development lifecycle;

* Work with developers.

Individual:

* Professional certifications;

* TOGAF framework;

* Database experience;

* Scripting experience;

* Automation;

* Knowledge of working in an Agile environment

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Geo-Environmental Engineer - Durham job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Geo-Environmental Engineer - Durham
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £22000 - £28000/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Engineering
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An excellent opportunity has become available with a mid-sized consultancy who specialise in providing Geotechnical/Geo-Environmental services throughout the residential and infrastructure construction sectors. This dynamic company are seeking a Geo-Environmental Consultant to join their team near Durham to work on a number of exciting projects.

This exciting role will include:

Phase 1 & 2 Investigation and Reports
Client Liaison
Factual and Interpretative report writing
Technical advice and support regarding Site Investigation
Quantitative risk assessments and verification reports
Site Investigation, including trial pitting, soakaway testing, borehole investigations.To be successful in your application you must have at least 4 years experience in the industry with a desire to push your career forward into a Senior role. In addition to this, you must demonstrate:

A strong BSc/MSc in a relevant subject eg Engineering Geology/Environmental Engineering
Chartered/Working towards chartership with a relevant professional body.
Experience carrying out Site Investigations
Experience mentoring Junior staff.Working as a Geo-Environmental Consultant for an established consultancy that pride itself on employee care, you will be rewarded with a competitive salary and benefits package in a company that will support you throughout your professional development.

For more information on this vacancy and others in this sector, please call Jacob on (phone number removed) for an informal chat or email Jacob.weaver-jones@penguinrecruitment .(url removed)

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Postdoctoral Research Associate job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate
Job Type: Contract
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £33797 - £40322/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Engineering to work on a project to harness quantum defects in Silicon Carbide for high resolution magnetic imaging. The research project, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, will develop novel quantitative magnetic field sensors that are based on the manipulation of electronic spins associated with deep-level defects in silicon carbide. Led by Dr Alton Horsfall in the Department of Engineering, in collaboration with Dr Ian Terry in the Department of Physics and Dr Cristian Bonato at Heriot Watt University, the project will investigate the potential of PhotoElectric Magnetic Resonance in a range of silicon carbide devices that will be designed and manufactured by the research team. These will then be tested using equipment at Heriot Watt and Durham.

The role will involve the construction of the experimental equipment, simulation, design and parametric test of a range of electronic devices. The successful candidate will provide supervision to a range of final year and MSc project students, as well as supporting PhD students working in adjacent projects in silicon carbide technology. Identification of future funding opportunities, including industrial collaboration, based on the findings of this project, will be part of the activity in the latter stages.

The project involves working with a diverse range of academic and industrial collaborators and so communication and inter-personal skills will be necessary

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Problem Manager job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Problem Manager
Job Type: Contract
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £33797 - £40322/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: IT
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The Department and role purpose

The Computing and Information Services (CIS) has an annual operational budget in the order of £10m, multi-million pound programmes of change within year, and approximately 140 staff who are predominately based at the Durham University campus. The Senior Leadership Team report directly to the Chief Information Officer with the following portfolios: Strategy and Change; Operations; and Information Systems. CIS provide academic, teaching and administrative services across the organisation that underpin the day-to-day activities of the whole organisation.

Recent infrastructure improvements include investment in a new network backbone, including new cable runs throughout the city to all of the University's core buildings, new scalable user facing storage, and a new hosting environment. Corresponding business led investment also continues to be made with a new Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning suite, investment in research administration, and maximising the breadth of opportunities available to the University through Office365, alongside numerous other important initiatives.

CIS is a friendly, but demanding department, where much is expected and can be achieved by competent, self-motivated individuals who are demonstrable in their team work ability.

The primary purpose of the post is to be responsible for IT Problem Management within the department; working with CIS stakeholders in order to ensure that all problems are recorded, investigated and resolved. The post holder will work collaboratively with individuals responsible for each IT service to ensure that processes are followed, relevant reporting and documentation associated with the process is produced, and informed decisions are taken in order to prevent problems and resulting incidents from occurring, to stop repeat incidents happening and to mitigate and reduce the adverse impact of incidents that cannot be prevented.

The post holder will ensure that across CIS, the process is communicated, is understood and is being followed, and that quality is maintained, metrics are reported in a timely fashion with exceptions reviewed and proactive improvement initiatives put in place. The role will contribute to the design and ongoing roadmap of the Service Management toolset to ensure that Problem Management is incorporated and that associated processes and classification of incidents/problems is appropriate.

The Problem Manager has responsibility for the strategic development, governance and operational management of the associated Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) process at Durham University.

The role will contribute to the design and ongoing roadmap of the Service Management toolset to ensure that Problem Management is represented and the associated processes and procedures are correctly utilised.

The role requires an appreciation of ITIL V3 framework and lifecycle, a passion for process compliance, excellent engagement and communication skills, ability to motivate and coach staff along with a drive to ensure that IT service disruption is minimised at all times and that key business critical periods are protected.

At Durham University, our aim is to create an open and inclusive environment where everyone can reach their full potential and believe our staff should reflect the diversity of the global community in which we work. We welcome and encourage applications from members of groups who are under-represented in our work force including people with disabilities, women and black, Asian and minority ethnic communities

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Apprentice Technician job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Apprentice Technician
Job Type: Contract
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £17361 - £17682/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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The Department and role purpose

The Department of Biosciences is composed of academic staff and research fellows with research and teaching interests that span the broad spectrum of the Biosciences. The Department studies biology from the smallest to the largest scales; from the structures and functions of biological molecules, through to cells, tissues and organisms and to the entire global ecosystem. The interests of academic staff include all types of living organisms, from bacteria, through the plant and animal kingdoms, to human health and disease.

The primary role is support for laboratory/field course based work and the Health and Safety regulations related to such activities and able to work on set tasks as part of a team. The role involves a diverse array of activities (e.g. assisting with the setting up and clearing of laboratory classes, assisting in the delivery of teaching aids for academic staff, assisting in the transportation of materials and equipment, assisting in other areas of Department activity consistent with the grade.

Core responsibilities:

Contribute input within a service team to provide a responsive service for stakeholders.
Contribute input to deliver a stakeholder-focused service.
Respond to straightforward requests for information from stakeholders.
Contribute to team effort with more straightforward tasks during peak work flows.
Follow documented service procedures working accurately to complete specified tasks, referring to more experienced colleagues with less straightforward issues and identify areas that could be made more efficient as knowledge of the procedures/techniques develop
Demonstrate some pre-employment familiarity with the techniques, and processes used in the service area.
Learn new skills and techniques on the job working alongside more experienced team members, including working safely with hazardous materials under supervision and preparing solutions, media and equipment for class practicals.
Learn about the hazards and risks within own area of work and report incidents in accordance with recognised procedures and protocols, including use of ultra-cold materials, autoclaves, gases, COSHH and biological material hazards, under supervision.
Communicate with supervisor, team members, other staff, students and visitors in person or using electronic tools and applications

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IS Specialist (DBA) job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: IS Specialist (DBA)
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £33797 - £40322/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: IT
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The Department and role purpose

The Computing and Information Services Department (CIS) has an annual operational budget in the order of £10m, multi-million pound programmes of change within year, and approximately 140 staff who are predominately based at the Durham University campus. The Senior Leadership Team report directly to the Chief Information Officer with the following portfolios: Strategy and Change; Operations; and Information Systems. CIS provides academic, teaching and administrative services across the organisation that underpin the day-to-day activities of the whole organisation.

Recent infrastructure improvements include investment in a new network backbone, including new cabling which runs throughout the city to all of the Universities core buildings, new scalable user facing storage, and a new hosting environment. Corresponding business led investment also continues to be made with a new Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning suite, investment in research administration, and maximising the breadth of opportunities available to the University through Office365, alongside numerous other important initiatives.

CIS is a friendly, but demanding department, where much is expected and can be achieved by competent, self-motivated individuals who are demonstrable in their team work ability.

This role is for an experienced SQL Server Database Administrator with some knowledge and experience of Oracle.

The post holder will work within the Data and Reporting Services Team and will be involved in the design, configuration, deployment, support and maintenance of database systems, middleware and applications while ensuring compliance with the department's change management process.

The position will require a high level of technical knowledge, experience of customer service delivery, risk management skills and the ability to convert business requirements into viable technical solutions.

The successful candidate will seek to expand and maintain up-to-date knowledge of key technologies, methods and approaches relevant to database technologies.

Specific role requirements

Participate within the University's approach to respond to significant incidents, this may include outside of normal working hours.
Provide out of hours on-site or on-call cover in support of the University's key business processes.
DBA's will be expected to maintain a core set of skills and to cover for each other as required

What you are required to submit

1. A CV;
2. A covering letter which details your experience, strengths and potential in the requirements set out above;
3. Examples of how you satisfy both the person specification and the Realising Your Potential Approach criteria. This may require completion of the 'Supporting Evidence' application section if specified by the recruiting manager. Please ensure you give detailed examples of how you meet these criteria if requested.
Please ensure that you submit all documentation listed above or your application cannot proceed to the next stage.

At Durham University, our aim is to create an open and inclusive environment where everyone can reach their full potential and believe our staff should reflect the diversity of the global community in which we work. We welcome and encourage applications from members of groups who are under-represented in our work force including people with disabilities, women and black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

We will notify you on the status of your application at various points throughout the selection process, via automated emails from our e-recruitment system. Please check your spam/junk folder periodically to ensure you receive all emails

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Lettings Coordinator job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Lettings Coordinator
Job Type: Contract
Location: Durham, County Durham
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Company: CV-Library
Category: Property Services
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Lettings Coordinator

Temporary, Full Time

Durham

Lettings Coordinator required to join a public sector organisation in Durham. My client is looking for an enthusiastic individual who is an experienced Lettings Coordinator to join their team on a 3 month basis.

As the Lettings Coordinator you will be contributing success through the delivery of the empty homes and lettings service.

Key responsibilities of the Lettings Coordinator:

Dealing with the allocation of Social Housing properties
Carrying out pre termination inspections, identifying any rechargeable repairs and advise outgoing tenant of any rectification work required
Ensuring void properties are advertised effectively
Carrying out accompanied viewings with customers, including multi viewings where appropriate and complete tenancy sign ups with customers
Ensuring re let times and void rent loss are kept to a minimumRequired skills and experience of the Lettings Coordinator:

Previous lettings experience
Enhanced DBS
A full clean UK Driving LicenseIf you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for the Lettings Coordinator role, please apply now, or contact Lucie Houston at Sellick Partnership.

Disclaimer: Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. Over the years we have built up an enviable relationship with employers and our expert team of consultants boast up-to-date market knowledge and a strong reputation making Sellick Partnership best placed to help you. Sellick Partnership is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website

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Housing allocations officer job in Durham, County Durham

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Job Title: Housing allocations officer
Job Type: Contract, Temporary
Location: Durham, County Durham
Salary: £15 - £18/hour
Company: CV-Library
Category: Property Services
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BDS are currently recruiting for an Allocations Officer for one of our housing client.

Working in the new build team, the successful Officer will deliver an efficient and effective allocation of housing service ensuring prompt and accurate information is maintained to enable solutions for local people in housing need in line with council targets and statutory housing duties.

The Allocations Officer will assist with investigating, developing, implementing and monitoring policies and performance to ensure the continuous improvement of the Service including achieving value for money in respect of relevant Housing Service targets and performance Indicators.

The ideal Allocations Officer will have knowledge of legal, regulatory, political and social issues affecting letting of social rented accommodation and welfare reform changes.

This is initially a temporary role for at least two months to start asap. This role can be based in Durham or Sunderland and travel will be required.

37 hours per week Monday to Friday. £15.00 paye £18.00 umbrella/limited

Please email your CV asap. Car driver preferred

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