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Web Designer / Developer - Wrexham - Chester -
  • IT & Telecoms
  • £18,000 to £24,000 Per Annum
  • Chester
Web Designer / Developer - Wrexham £18,000 - £24,000 dependant on experience. Established in 1996 and initially operating from a 3500 sq.ft. facility on the Deeside Industrial Park in North Wales with a range of sign making equipment and a dedicated passionate team, my Client quickly earned its reputation for producing a wide range of quality signage to a range of retail - industrial clientele spread across the north west of England, Since those early days my Client has evolved into a group company with many divisions specialising in Signage, Maintenance, Exhibitions - Displays, Commercial Fleet markings, Graphic Design, Website Development and Web Management. The main responsibilities for this role - Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing ) This role is based in Chester. Responsible for the design, layout - coding of clients websites, candidates must be fully conversant with the technical and graphical aspects of web development i.e. how it works and looks as well as maintenance - updating. Skills required for this role - Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing ) Ideally the candidate will be able to write programming code or will be used to adapting existing website software and graphics packages to meet the individual client's needs, must be able to write and test and identify potential issues as well as upload the site onto the server and register with different search engines. Must be an experienced designer and conversant - familiar with the design and management of email marketing campaigns. Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all your relevant experience relevant to Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing ) Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies - Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Key Skills - Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing )
SQL Data Administrator / SQL DBA - Bridgend  - Bridgend -
  • IT & Telecoms, DBA
  • £29,500 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • Bridgend
Key Skills: Database Administration / T-SQL / Performance Tuning / High Availability / Database Development / Clustering / Mirroring SQL DBA / Administration / SQL DBA / SQL Data AdministratorMy client based in Bridgend, South Wales are currently seeking an SQL DBA to join their IT team. After attaining a large amount of financial backing and working with a number of brand new clients across the UK. With their initiative bespoke reporting system. The main aim is to now expand into the European market in the next 12-18 months. With this in place bringing in a new DBA to look after their systems has become a critical requirement. Key responsibilities for the SQL DBA position: Installation, migrations and upgrades across the SQL Server EnvironmentEnsure all databases are available through replication and failover methodsDatabase recovery tests and restoresMonitor and maintain database maintenance plansProvide reporting for resolutionCollaborate in software engineering, operations and architecture to deliver solutions and operational supportCreate and maintain all associated documentation Key requirements for the SQL DBA position: Database designDatabase AdministrationDisaster RecoveryMS SQL Server experience.  Ability to write advanced T-SQL used for reports deployed with SSRSSQLSystem Monitoring ToolsTime ManagementTSQL They're looking to pay up to £30,000 for the position with interviewed lined up for the 20th Novemeber. If you could be interested please apply by sending your CV to c.jaffer@x4group.co.uk or call 0207 812 7700 
Electronic Systems & Test Engineer - Bridgend -
  • IT & Telecoms
  • £250 to £300 Per Day
  • Bridgend
Electronic Systems & Test Engineer  - Contract - Bridgend, Wales - Immediate start - Negotiable daily rateWorking with colleagues to design new test systems on circuits software and devices and develop existing technology. To ensure theoretical designs are tested, manufactured in a capable repeatable manner and fit for purpose.Skills: Ability to read technical drawings and design PCBsExperience of electrical and electronic fault finding and PC hardware & software installation.Experience with analogue and digital circuits.Experience of writing software for test systems.Ability to apply knowledge and principles of electronic theory, testing methodology and procedures, and electronic engineeringAbility to carry out data analysis and reporting. Roles and Responsibilities Plan, design, and conduct tests on electronic components, products, and systems.Apply knowledge and principles of electronic theory, testing methodology and procedures, and electronic engineering in order to develop production processes.Design and development of computer software and hardware to conduct tests on electronic products and systemsSupport manufacturing on electronic tooling design & fault finding of build malfunctions. Provide design and technical support to hardware team. Ensure that all products will perform consistently in specified operating environments & can be made again reliably from a robust and capable manufacturing process.Create user-friendly interfaces Interview are available at short notice, immediate start (can wait 2 weeks for the right person) Please contact Laura Fox at the X4 Group for more information Electronic Systems & Test Engineer  - Contract - Bridgend, Wales - Immediate start - Negotiable daily rate
Frontend Developer - Cardiff -
  • IT & Telecoms, Front Developer
  • Negotiable
  • Cardiff
FINTEC recruit is seeking a Frontend Developer for our client based in Cardiff. You will require to have great communications skills as you will be working directly with customers. Competitive salary package and benefits.Responsibilities of the Frontend Developer position:- * Working with a team of developers * Creating great frontend design work for projects * Build cross device solutions (mobile and web) * Working with a range of client side frameworks such as Angular, React or Vue * Interact with customers on projects. Skills and Experience required:- * HTML, CSS, (SASS or LESS), Javascript/ * Experience of (Grunt / Gulp / WebPack), Nod JS and NPM * Experience of developing with a CMS and Microsoft stack (Visual studio, Team services, Azure) * Degree qualified in a relevant discipline Please click on apply or send your CV directly to our team and quote Ref: FT3178FINTEC recruit specialise in Technical, Engineering, Finance, Legal for permanent and contract positions, UK and International.
Web Application Developer - Talgarth -
  • IT & Telecoms, Web Design, Web Developer
  • £30,000 to £46,000 Per Annum
  • Talgarth
Position: Web Application DeveloperLocation: Talgarth, Brecon Beacons National ParkSalary: £30,000 - £46,000 + OvertimeIf you are Passionate and enthusiastic about software development, and technology in general, then we would love to hear from you!The Company:exeGesIS is a well-established and respected software consultancy with an impressive portfolio of information management applications used in the environmental and conservation sectors.  They are a Microsoft Partner and so work predominantly, but not exclusively, with Microsoft technologies. They also make extensive use of open source software and tools, particularly around mapping. In the end, they simply decide on the most appropriate tools for the particular project and the particular client.The Web Application Developer Role:We are looking for developers (web mainly, but desktop and / or mobile experience is also useful). Ideally, you will be; Passionate and enthusiastic about software development and technology in general - enjoy coding, love working out how to solve a problem with an elegant solution, read techie blogs, may attend user groupsSmart (more so than your average bear) -have a good academic background, may well have evolved to become an IT professional from another discipline and could probably work out the Rubik’s cube solution algorithms – if you had toPositive and problem solving - take pride in finding solutions, sufficiently self-aware to know when to stop digging, when to ask for help and when to keep goingSelf-motivated, organised and disciplined -  happy to make the personal commitment to deliver and to manage your time and environment to come good on that commitmentA life-long learner - always trying to do better, understand the benefits of self and peer review and like to be working in teams that are also looking for ways to improve This is a full time and permanent position. It is likely that the position will be based at their head office in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, although partial remote working is supported. Experience Required:Essential; C# and/or VB.NETJavaScriptASP.Net MVC and/or ASP.Net WebFormsUser interface design and stylingWeb standards & accessibility Desirable; JavaScript frameworks, e.g. JQuery, Bootstrap, AngularSQL Server and/or PostgresqlMobile app development using XamarinGeospatial applications (e.g. QGIS, ArcGIS, OpenLayers, MapServer, GeoServer)TDD and Unit testingDevOps, CIAutomated testing.Net WinForms and WPF Remuneration:You can expect a salary of £30,000 - £46,000 (dependent on skills and experience). They don’t expect you to work ‘whatever hours are needed’ either - they pay for overtime. What’s Next?If you are interested in this Web Application Developer position, simply submit your CV, and a Covering Letter specifying how you meet the above requirements, via the button shown.Please Note: All applications must be received by 8th October.This vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.Keywords: Web, Application, Developer, Software, Development, C#, VB.NET, JavaScript, ASP.Net, MVC, Design, Conservation, Environment, Environmental, Brecon Beacons, Powys, Wales
Technical Project Manager - Talgarth -
  • IT & Telecoms, Programme Manager, Project Manager
  • £30,000 to £40,000 Per Annum
  • Talgarth
Position: Technical Project ManagerLocation: Talgarth, Brecon Beacons National ParkSalary: £35,000 - £40,000 + OvertimeIf you have strong IT and data management skills and a background in conservation, land management, life sciences or similar, then this might be the rare opportunity you have been looking for to combine your interests.The Company:exeGesIS is a well-established and respected software consultancy with an impressive portfolio of information management applications used in the environmental and conservation sectors.  In the last few months alone they have been working on dozens of interesting projects for clients including Natural England, the RNLI, the National Trust, Central Government, English Heritage, The Ramblers, many local authorities, Wildlife Trusts and the Church of England. In fact, most of the major UK conservation and land management organisations are regular clients and they also have a number of important conservation clients overseas, particularly in N. Europe.The Technical Project Manager Role:We are looking for a Technical Project Manager – someone capable of whole lifecycle project management that knows how to bring software development projects in on time and to the satisfaction of all involved. This is a full time and permanent position. It is likely that the position will be based at their head office in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, although partial remote working is supported. Key Responsibilities: Coordinate and manage multiple projects, each lasting from several weeks to several monthsBe responsible for all stages of the IT project management cycle from tender to post-implementation support activitiesWork closely with colleagues and clients at all levels and know when to (and when not to), escalate matters to directorsSuccessfully manage the relationship with the client and stakeholdersEnsure resource availability and allocationMeet client expectations whilst maintaining a strong business focus Skills & Experience Required:Essential; Proven working experience in project management in the information technology sectorA solid technical background with understanding of software development and web technologiesStrong organisational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skillsExcellent client-facing and internal communication skillsA very good educational backgroundThe maturity to bring a calm and confident presence to projects Desirable; Have experience using project management tools - ideally Jira and/or GitHubBe familiar managing projects using ‘Agile’ principlesGraduate qualifications in an environmental or computing discipline Remuneration:You can expect a salary of £35,000 - £40,000 (dependent on skills and experience). They don’t expect you to work ‘whatever hours are needed’ either - they pay for overtime. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a talented and supportive group of developers and product managers on an apparently never ending stream of projects - each one presenting its own set of unique and interesting challenges.What’s Next?If you are interested in this Technical Project Manager position, simply submit your CV, and a Covering Letter specifying how you meet the above requirements, via the button shown.Please Note: All applications must be received by 8th October.This vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.  Keywords: Technical, Project Manager, PM, IT, Lifecycle, Software Development, Web, Technologies, Jira, GitHub, Conservation, Environment, Environmental, Brecon Beacons, Powys, Wales
Data Consultant - Talgarth -
  • IT & Telecoms, Analyst Prog/Dev, Business Analyst, Database Developer
  • £22,000 to £40,000 Per Annum
  • Talgarth
Position: Historic Environment Data ConsultantLocation: Talgarth, Brecon Beacons National ParkSalary: £22,000 - £40,000 + OvertimeIf you want to live and work in a National Park, undertake varied and challenging work, be part of a friendly and growing team and provide solutions to some of the UK and Europe’s leading conservation organisations, then we would like to hear from you.The Company:exeGesIS is a well-established and respected software consultancy with an impressive portfolio of predominantly mapping and database applications used in the environmental and conservation sectors. They have no marketing or sales staff and their continued growth (presently 36 staff) is based largely on the recommendation of existing clients. They are a Microsoft Partner and so work predominantly, but not exclusively, with Microsoft technologies. They also make extensive use of open source technologies, particularly around mapping. In the end, they simply decide on the most appropriate tools for the particular project and client.The Data Consultant Role:The Data Consultant position will be based within the small and busy Historic Environment team. This team divides its time between developing and supporting the HBSMR product and its client-base, and working on bespoke heritage-focussed projects. HBSMR (Historic Buildings Sites & Monuments Record) is the UK’s leading database & GIS application for the management of Historic Environment Records, used by over 75 organisations. In addition to an ever-increasing client base, the application is being continually improved with annual maintenance releases and new modules, and you will work within the team that makes this happen. Increasingly they are building web and mobile applications around HBSMR and other cultural and heritage datasets, and helping to specify, develop, test and support such systems is an important part of the role. Key Responsibilities: To undertake software installations and upgrades at client sites across the UK and on internal application serversTo complete data migrations from a variety of client platformsTo develop custom components and configurations for clientsTo deliver training courses in the training suite and in client premisesTo provide remote technical support to clientsTo contribute to technical developments through the production of development specifications, testing and production of manualsTo attend appropriate conferences and undertake sales-related activity as required, including the production of quotations and tender submissionsTo ensure that administrative issues are quickly and efficiently dealt withTo play a part in the development of HBSMR and related development projects, depending on skills and experience Skills & Experience Required:Essential; In-depth SQL Server and MS Access skills with understanding of database structures and principles (likely to have been acquired through at least two years of experience)GIS use, configuration and analysis experience, preferably including ArcGIS, MapInfo and QGISHeritage information management experience, or experience gained in another environmental management related disciplineGraduate qualifications in archaeology, another environmental discipline, and/or an IT disciplineConfident presentational and client-facing skillsThe maturity to be self-organised and motivatedA driving licence Desirable; Familiarity with a variety of operating systems and networksSQL Server (or similar RDBMS) database administration experienceGIS scripting experienceProgramming experienceWeb design experiencePost-graduate qualifications in an archaeological, environmental or IT disciplineExperience of working on or managing a Historic Environment Record or similar information system Remuneration:You can expect a salary of £22,000 - £40,000 (dependent on skills and experience). They don’t expect you to work ‘whatever hours are needed’ either - they pay for overtime. What’s Next?If you are interested in this Data Consultant position, simply submit your CV, and a Covering Letter via the button shown.Please Note: All applications must be received by 8th October.This vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.Keywords: Historic, Environment, Conservation, Environment, Environmental, Data Analyst, Data Consultant, ITC, Database, Software, Application, Migration, Technical, IT Support, Server, Brecon Beacons, Powys, Wales
Conservation Product Consultant - Talgarth -
  • IT & Telecoms, Consultant
  • £25,000 to £36,000 Per Annum
  • Talgarth
Position: Conservation Product ConsultantLocation: Talgarth, Brecon Beacons National ParkSalary: £25,000 - £36,000 + OvertimeIf you have strong IT and data management skills and a background in conservation, land management, life sciences or similar, then this might be the rare opportunity you have been looking for.The Company:exeGesIS is a well-established and respected software consultancy with an impressive portfolio of information management applications used in the environmental and conservation sectors.  In the last few months alone they have been working on dozens of interesting projects for clients including Natural England, the RNLI, the National Trust, Central Government, English Heritage, The Ramblers, many local authorities, Wildlife Trusts and the Church of England. The Conservation Product Consultant Role:One of their applications is the ‘Conservation Management System’ (CMSi), a comprehensive solution for the planning and management of protected areas. CMSi benefits from the close involvement of the CMS Consortium – a grouping of conservation organisations from the UK and Netherlands that are closely involved in management and direction. The position they are recruiting for will be part of a small team that manages CMSi.This is a full time and permanent position. It is likely that the position will be based at their head office in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, although partial remote working is supported. Occasional visits to client sites will be required.Key Responsibilities: Installing and maintaining the CMSi application on our own and client serversKeeping up to date with the CMSi technology stackKeeping in close contact with the user community and organising / attending user groups and conferencesWorking with clients to prepare functional specificationsWorking with the development team to help them prepare technical specificationsTesting new releasesDeveloping and delivering user training coursesProviding remote technical support services to usersPromotional and sales activitiesHelping to determine strategic direction of the productProviding a secretariat service to the CMS ConsortiumMaintaining an awareness of policy and good practice in the conservation and land management fieldsPreparing exemplar management plans and training datasets The Ideal Candidate:To be a good CMSi consultant you need to: Understand the importance of rational, evidence-based managementBe smart with an ambition to learnBe positive and problem solvingBe effective - getting things done right, first time and on timeBe self-motivated, organised and disciplined More specifically you must have:At least 1 years’ experience in the management of conservation /amenity sites or have other experience related to the management of property, habitats or species. Excellent IT skills to include at least 3 of the following: Database skills, e.g. querying using SQL, database management, etc. GIS skills. Advanced use of one or more of ArcGIS, MapInfo and QGISReport writing experience using MS Access, Crystal Reports or similarServer management experienceWebsite management and html editing capabilityConfiguring web mapping applications such as MapServer and GeoServerSoftware testing The successful candidate should also demonstrate the following: A highly organised approach to work and project managementConfident and effective presentational and client facing skillsGraduate qualifications in a relevant disciplineDriving licence Remuneration:You can expect a salary of £25,000 - £36,000 (dependent on skills and experience). They don’t expect you to work ‘whatever hours are needed’ either - they pay for overtime. What’s Next?If you are interested in this Conservation Product Consultant position, simply submit your CV, and a Covering Letter via the button shown.Please Note: All applications must be received by 8th October.This vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.Keywords: Product Manager, Product Consultant, Conservation, Environment, Environmental, Life Sciences, CMSI, Database, SQL, GIS, MapInfo, QGIS, Report, Server, Website, HTML, Mapserver, Software, Test, Brecon Beacons, Powys, Wales
Web Designer / Developer - Wrexham - Chester -
  • IT & Telecoms
  • £18,000 to £24,000 Per Annum
  • Chester
Web Designer / Developer - Wrexham £18,000 - £24,000 dependant on experience. Established in 1996 and initially operating from a 3500 sq.ft. facility on the Deeside Industrial Park in North Wales with a range of sign making equipment and a dedicated passionate team, my Client quickly earned its reputation for producing a wide range of quality signage to a range of retail - industrial clientele spread across the north west of England, Since those early days my Client has evolved into a group company with many divisions specialising in Signage, Maintenance, Exhibitions - Displays, Commercial Fleet markings, Graphic Design, Website Development and Web Management. The main responsibilities for this role - Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing ) This role is based in Chester. Responsible for the design, layout - coding of clients websites, candidates must be fully conversant with the technical and graphical aspects of web development i.e. how it works and looks as well as maintenance - updating. Skills required for this role - Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing ) Ideally the candidate will be able to write programming code or will be used to adapting existing website software and graphics packages to meet the individual client's needs, must be able to write and test and identify potential issues as well as upload the site onto the server and register with different search engines. Must be an experienced designer and conversant - familiar with the design and management of email marketing campaigns. Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all your relevant experience relevant to Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing ) Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies - Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Key Skills - Web Designer / Developer ( Write Programming Code, Website Software, Designs, Layouts, Coding Client Websites, Email Marketing )
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