|Salary:||£36,861 to £39,846|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||17th April 2023|
What makes Goldsmiths unique?
Goldsmiths is a world-renowned university that has a reputation for rigorous and innovative academic work; creativity has long been our hallmark. Academic excellence and imaginative course content combine to make a place where creative minds can thrive.
About the Department:
The Computing Department is central to Goldsmiths’ interdisciplinarity, frequently leading on initiatives and enjoying joint research and teaching with other departments across the university.
Our growth is built on a view of computer programming as a creative discipline that draws support from, and strengthens, a range of intellectual disciplines. This ethos deeply affects everything we do: from research to public engagement, to work with industry, and to our teaching. We believe that this makes us a unique place to study computing and an exceptional computer science environment in which to work.
About the Role:
The role is for an Apple Systems Administrator in the Department of Computing. The position holder is expected to be responsible for managing the department’s fleet of Apple computers, and to support, maintain and develop the backend systems to enable this. You will work closely with technicians and academics to support the delivery of teaching and research within the department.
About the Candidate:
You will have a high level of knowledge about, and experience of using Apple computer systems, as well as professional experience of configuring and managing Apple devices to a high standard, preferably at scale. Experience of using software management systems, creating packages for deployment, and managing licences. Experience and knowledge of Mobile Device Management and Apple School Manager. A proven track record of delivering complex technical projects to a deadline, you will be proactive, able to work effectively both independently on your own initiative, and as part of a team of technicians.
We have generous benefits – an agile working environment, 28 days’ annual leave plus 6 paid closure days (4 at Christmas and 2 at Easter) plus all Bank Holidays, great transport links, a defined benefit pension scheme, support for professional development and a broad range of wellbeing initiatives such as staff choir, running club and creative writing classes.
Goldsmiths, University of London is passionate about advancing equality and celebrating diversity.
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