A market leading, the full-service provider of information technology solutions in the applications, analytics, cloud and services environment, is seeking a number of Trainee SAP Consultants to join its consultant development programme. In return, you will receive full training across all disciplines, career development, and benefits to include pension, healthcare, bonus and a work-life balance. This role is UK based with the head office based in London. Applicants from all over the UK will be considered.
This company is a leading global SAP and Technology organisation who offer a full-scope of services across a range of technologies into a wide range of industries including: Manufacturing, Automotive, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Chemicals, Wholesale and Distribution, Insurance, Education, Finance and Legal, working with businesses that range in size from SME’s to large Corporations. These services include implementation and business consultancy, system integration, licensing, outsourcing and education, help desk support and hosting.
The SAP Consultant Development Training Programme is well established and combines technology and consultancy skills training with mentoring and client facing commercial experience. Those Graduates who are successful will follow in the footsteps of some of the most highly regarded Consultants in their field. The quality, reputation and professionalism of our Consultants and Graduates maintain its standing as an award-winning market leader.
Upon completion of the programme, you will have considerable experience of creating and implementing business intelligence solutions and business process applications providing a sound foundation for progression into a number of specialised disciplines.
As the Trainee Consultant, you will be:
• Enthusiastic, flexible and possess good interpersonal skills.• Capable of taking early responsibility.• Have a natural flair with technology.
To be part of the SAP Consultant Development Programme you must:
• Have at least a 2:1 in one of the following subjects: business studies, computer science, economics, science, mathematics, or humanities. Other disciplines may also be applicable if you are passionate about IT service delivery.• Be located in the UK, be eligible to work in the UK and be willing to travel.• Work experience in the sector will also be advantageous.
In return, the Trainee SAP Consultant will receive a salary of £28,000 per annum plus benefits on completion of the programme.
The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
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