BUC IT and Web Developer
The British Union Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist church are looking for a Web Developer and IT person.
- Supervise, maintain and develop the BUC websites.Strong understanding of UI, cross-browser compatibility, general web functions and standards.
- Familiar with Squiz Matrix and TYPO3.
- Understanding of UX principles.
- Experience with Photoshop.
- Familiar with Development and Debugging Tools for Cross-Browser Issues.
- Familiar with Social Media and Third Party APIs
- Maintain and develop BUC databases.
- Familiar with security regarding Web servers, web applications and windows infrastructure.
- Administer and maintain the webserver.
- Use business intelligence (BI) to appraise the websites and improve.
- Administer and maintain the BUC network, server and email service.
- Windows server administration.
- Understand Data Protection measures with respect to the requirements of the law with attention to GDPR.
- Administer and ensure management of backup procedures for the server and train staff to back-up their own computers.
- Administer the BUC telephone system.
- Advise treasury on the purchase of computer hardware and software.
- Assist staff with IT problems.
- Provide or arrange training in IT/software issues for staff as appropriate.
- Liaise with outside IT providers on contracts and provision of services.
- Advise the administration on IT issues.
- Flexible and willing to learn new technologies.
- Carry out or supervise regular maintenance on office computers.
- Repair laptops and desktops.
- Maintain a database of software licenses and computer hardware.
- Other tasks as assigned by the line manager.
Salary £27,100 - £34,200 per annum, in accordance with experience.
The BUC does not accept CVs for job applications. Application forms are available here.
Interested applicants please send your completed form to the Executive Secretary of The British Union Conference at firstname.lastname@example.org
All applicants must have the right to work within the UK.
Closing date for applications is the 30 September 2017.