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University of Cambridge Information Services

 

Service Desk Analyst

Salary £27,328 to £32,600

The University Information Services provides IT facilities and IT Infrastructure for academic and administrative use across the University.  We are currently seeking a Service Desk Analyst to work as part of the Service Desk team focusing primarily, but not exclusively, on technical queries and first-line technical support, and end-user documentation.

Ideally you will have a good education to HND or degree level or equivalent in a relevant technical subject. You will have a good working knowledge of a range of desktop computers, Microsoft operating systems and commonly used application programs (e.g. word processors, mail clients, databases etc.).  A good working knowledge of a second operating system (e.g. Mac OS X or Linux) or network and communications would be an advantage.  You will have excellent technical trouble-shooting skills, including an understanding of how desktop systems operate in a client server environment.  Experience supporting IT in a front-line service environment is required, as are excellent communication skills. 

To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/11282. This will take you to the role on the University’s Job Opportunities pages. There you will need to click on the 'Apply online' button and register an account with the University's Web Recruitment System (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

The closing date for applications is Friday 16th September 2016.  If you have any queries about this vacancy or the application process, please contact Vince Woodley, vrw10@cam.ac.uk.  It is intended that interviews will be held on Thursday 29th September 2016.


 

Junior Test Analyst (Fixed Term)

 

DEPARTMENT/LOCATIONUniversity Information Services
SALARY

£21,605-£25,023

REFERENCE VC09942
CATEGORY Assistant staff
PUBLISHED 19 August 2016
CLOSING DATE 2 September 2016

 

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Senior Project Manager Storage Solutions (Fixed Term)

 

DEPARTMENT/LOCATIONUniversity Information Services
SALARY

£38,896-£49,230

REFERENCE VC09829
CATEGORY Academic-related
PUBLISHED 15 August 2016
CLOSING DATE 2 September 2016

 

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Research Computing Technical Liaison (Fixed Term) 

Salary: £38,896 - £49,230

The Research & Institutional Services (RIS) division is part of central University Information Services (UIS) within the University of Cambridge. It provides Research Computing and Data Services to the entire University and its affiliated institutions. RIS is currently enjoying a rapid growth in demand for its services from across all schools and departments.

The Research Computing Technical Liaison acts as direct point of contact between RIS and the wider University and associated institutions in matters related to research computing activities and services. The post involves talking with end user groups about the services RIS offers, and identifying which existing services are appropriate for their needs; devising solutions, project plans, cost and risk estimates, while assessing their feasibility and practicality and testing proposed solutions against customer requirements; and identifying requirements for new services. The role holder also coordinates, delivers and suggests new training activities to enable researchers and permanent staff to fully exploit current and future research computing facilities.

The role holder works under the direction of the Head of HPC Services. The role includes actively assisting in the resolution of technical problems, responsibility and autonomy for meeting project objectives and timelines and facilitating collaborations between service stakeholders across the wider UIS department. This role will influence major decisions impacting both external and internal business outputs, contribute to plans for current and new services, and affect RIS business strategy.

The successful applicant will hold a Master's degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or other Computational Science-based discipline, or equivalent experience. 

The role provides a key function within RIS: to ensure that the needs of the research base are translated into informing strategic direction, including infrastructure investment. In addition, through building credible relationships with the research community, and drawing on technical and domain specific knowledge, to provide a key role in translating research aspirations into technical solutions and new services. Consequently the successful applicant will require both technical knowledge and people skills, and be familiar with high performance computing (HPC) and big data concepts in addition to the technologies behind the multi-user, multi-platform IT environments found within University departments. The post provides the opportunity to interact with research communities from all disciplines, far beyond the traditional areas associated with HPC - for example, bioinformatics, linguistics and computational archaeology.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 3 years in the first instance.

To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/11109. This will take you to the role on the University’s Job Opportunities pages. There you will need to click on the 'Apply online' button and register an account with the University's Web Recruitment System (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

For an informal discussion about this post please contact Stuart Rankin, sjr20@cam.ac.uk.  The closing date for applications is Friday 2nd September 2016 with interviews held on Wednesday 14th September 2016.

 


Moodle/PHP Technical Developer

 

DEPARTMENT/LOCATIONUniversity Information Services
SALARY

£34,576-£46,414

REFERENCE VC09783
CATEGORY Academic-related
PUBLISHED 3 August 2016
CLOSING DATE 31 August 2016

 

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