1617 036 Analyst Programmer

Glyndwr University - Learning Resources and Information Technology Services - Business Systems

Hours: Full Time (37 hours per week)
Grade: O&A5
Vacancy Ref No: 1617 036

Wrexham Glyndŵr is the University of and for North East Wales, with a supportive ethos that places students at the centre of all its activities. It is a young, ambitious university that contributes to economic growth through strong industrial partnerships. It has embarked on the delivery of a new strategic plan which will see it strengthen its offerings for students, providing an outstanding and professionally-focussed learning experience, and working towards achieving research degree awarding powers at the end of the decade.

We have an opportunity for an Analyst Programmer to join our IT Services Business Systems Team within the University.

The role will involve working with fellow system managers to add value to our existing systems through systems integration and technology enabled process improvement. This role holder will assist with the maintenance of information systems based on MS SQL, Oracle, Visual Basic, MS dotNET, Classic ASP and web technologies. The ideal candidate will have experience of software development as well as MS Server and database applications maintenance.

This exciting role offers you the opportunity to enhance your skills and work with the latest technologies within a technically capable team.

Please see the job description on the university's website, available through the apply button below, for further details.

Applications should be submitted on line via the Wrexham Glyndŵr University website.

Please note – CVs will only be accepted if accompanied by a completed application form.

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IT

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Wales