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Student Information Systems Analyst / Developer

£32,656 to £36,399 per annum
37 - 0 / per week - Full-Time

Our client is an exciting and innovative place to work, leading in the world of research and offering ground breaking postgraduate courses to high caliber students. Student Information Systems are fundamental to our success in supporting the university in meeting its objectives in education, learning and teaching.

You will be joining a small team tasked with delivery of and support for continuous improvement of our student experience and administrative practices, via essential developments in Tribal SITS:Vision, our student record system, and associated technologies.

In this exciting role, you will develop new functionality to meet business requirements which will include:

  • Defining and programming workflows within the system to streamline and automate business processes achieved through software analysis
  • Specifying, developing and implementation of new functionality and system integrations
  • Analysis of new software opportunities
  • Evaluating outcomes and modifying the applications as required
  • Communicating complex concepts with a diverse audience, liaising with staff at all levels in order to turn business requirements into high quality products.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrable relevant commercial programming experience and knowledge of the whole SDLC including systems design, development, implementation and management.  You will be educated to degree level or equivalent, with English and Maths GCSE grades C or above (or equivalent). In addition, an understanding of complex database relationships, experience in SQL, applying technical upgrades to third party applications and, preferably, a working knowledge of CSS, HTML5, JavaScript and JQuery.

£32,656 to £36,399 per annum with additional performance related pay up to £45,499 per annum

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