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Information Systems Analyst

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Service: IT & Digital Transformation Section: IT Systems and Support Location: Bodlondeb, Conwy Salary: G07 £30,451 – £32,910 per annum Hours and Basis: 37 hours per week, 2 year Fixed Term Welsh Language Skills: The ability to communicate in Welsh in order to communicate with our Welsh speaking users is desirable for this post. Manager details for informal discussion regarding the post: Rob Brookes, IT Systems & Support Manager, 01492 576040, [email protected] The IT and Digital Transformation Service are seeking an Information Systems Analyst to support and develop existing services to our clients. You must be a motivated, organised, excellent communicator with the proven ability to work to deadlines – individually and as part of a team. You will be expected to improve and develop operational efficiency and service provision within client departments through the analysis, design, implementation and support of IT-based solutions (to include both software and hardware aspects). In addition, you will be expected to develop relationships with Council departments so as to understand business requirements and priorities. Candidates qualified to Degree or HND level in a Computing or Business Systems related subject are considered desirable for this post. You should have demonstrable experience and skills in the following: Project Management; Business or Systems Analysis, Systems Design, Systems Development (e.g. integration, scripting or data extraction/import), Implementation, Support and/or Database Administration. A working knowledge of one or more of the Council’s corporate business systems would also be a distinct advantage including MHR iTrent, Academy Revenues and Civica EDM. Expertise in Microsoft technologies such as SQLserver, Citrix, Ingres, SQL, Java and Apache Tomcat would also be advantageous. Good communication skills in written and spoken English are essential and the ability to speak and write through the medium of Welsh would be desirable in assisting the Department to provide a bilingual service to clients. Conwy is committed to equality of opportunity and we welcome applications from all sections of our community. There is an option for disabled people to apply on different formats. Please contact the HR Team on 01492 576129 for further advice. Candidates must complete our application form to be considered. CVs by themselves will not be accepted. If you have not received an interview invitation within three weeks of the closing date, you must assume that you have not been short listed for interview. Conwy is committed to safeguarding. Qualifications and references will be verified.

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