Chester - a relocation package may be considered for the right candidate
Up to £42,000.00 per annum plus a generous benefits package
Permanent, Full Time (35 hours per week)
We are a value-orientated Housing Association working together to create communities where people want to live. We manage circa 5,500 homes over a wide geographical area and our residents include families, older people and those in need of special care and support.
We are seeking a highly-motivated Database Analyst for a position which plays a key role in ensuring the Association maximises the benefits of their ICT investment through the support and on-going development of Muir’s IT Systems. The successful candidate will become part of a passionate and dynamic team responsible for delivering new IT systems and transformational business change to the Association.
Muir have recently invested in a refresh of core business systems, all using MS-SQL databases and the Database Analyst will play a leading role in the continued support and development of these systems.
The successful candidate will have substantial experience of deploying, developing and supporting MS-SQL systems, MS-SSRS, MS-SSIS and MS-SSAS; as well as acting as the team lead for all Business Intelligence reporting, maintenance of all MS-SQL servers, management and development of the data warehouse and Power BI services.
Ideally, we are looking for an individual who has programming experience using c# and .NET technologies.
The Database Analyst works within the ICT Team based at our Head Office in Chester, reporting to the Systems Manager.
The successful candidate will also have a higher education qualification, preferably with an ICT professional qualification and be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills together with flexibility in their approach to the role.
As part of Investors in People, Muir is committed to future career development to enable staff to continue their progression within the organisation. Appropriate training is also available as part of this commitment.
In support of your application please provide a written statement detailing how your skills, experience, abilities, behaviours and work-related qualities make you a suitable candidate for this role. Please note that your written statement forms an important part of our short-listing process.
Closing date: Monday 10th December 2018 at 9:00 am
Interviews: Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th December 2018
(Please state on your application if you are not available for interview on either of the above dates.)
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