HQ2894 - Application Developer

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Posted: 08/01/2021 17:39
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: £30,000.00 per annum
Location: London
Level: Technical
Deadline: 15/01/2021 23:59
Hours: 35.00
Benefits: Excellent
Job Type: Fixed Term

Location: London based - currently working remotely due to Government guidelines.


This is a fixed term contract - ending 30th July 2021


An exciting new opening has arisen for a Developer to join our team at RNID.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an IT graduate with experience of C#, ASP and .NET to support and develop a range of bespoke in-house applications.  You  will join an IT team at an exciting time as we work to improve and support applications, infrastructure and ERP software. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to learn new skills across a range of technology and must be keen to progress with their technical knowledge.

As well as supporting and developing current in-house applications, this is an excellent opportunity to increase your skill-set as we roll out other tools like MS Dynamics 365, Power Apps and Power BI, in a challenging and innovative environment within a hardworking and dedicated team.


Interview Date: TBC


Staff Benefits

You'll enjoy a range of excellent benefits and access to ongoing support and learning and development programmes across the country. We provide an attractive and competitive salary and benefits package. We also recognise your talent and commitment by helping you to take care of your health, life balance and financial wellbeing.

  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata if part time)
  • Bank holiday enhancement
  • Cycle to work scheme to help you save on the price of a new bike
  • Health scheme to cover you and your family’s health from £7 per month
  • Employee assistance programme that gives you and your family free, confidential support.
  • The option to buy or sell leave annually in exchange for salary
  • Enhanced benefits, including maternity, paternity and shared parental leave
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Supporting you to study including time off for study leave and external courses
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • £50,000 life assurance
  • Interest-free season ticket loans
  • Discounts and savings on our products and publications, and a half-price subscription to our magazine
  • An annual ceremony where we recognise those nominated for Pod award as well as rewarding winners.
  • The annual ‘Big Satisfaction’ staff survey measuring levels of engagement and job satisfaction
  • We are proud to hold the Investors in People Standard
  • Staff council and staff companions.
  • We are proud to hold Disability Confident Employer status.
  • Our three core values are People, Passion and Partnership. These values guide and challenge how we act, how we behave towards others, and how we go about our day-to-day work.

Learning & Development

We place high importance on giving our staff the opportunity to develop their careers. We therefore provide access to a wide range of learning and development opportunities including inductions, training courses, accredited qualifications, and coaching and mentoring schemes.

  • Induction programme for new starters covering everything you need to know about our organisation, as well as providing an introduction to hearing loss.
  • British Sign Language training and certification.
  • An internal coaching scheme
  • Partnership mentoring scheme where we match employees with suitable mentors at the Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) and the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS).

Job Description

Overall Purpose of the Role:

  • To support the wide range of business systems and applications that underpin the organisation’s business process efficiency.
  • Improving in-house systems (bespoke applications and MS Dynamics) and the service that they can offer staff, volunteers and service users, with involvement in the full software development lifecycle with scope to innovate and initiate new projects as the role develops.
  • Working with business colleagues to develop robust software solutions that meet users’ aspirations, and responsibility for handling application support incidents and requests.

Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

  • Take ownership of software development projects and associated deliverables.
  • Fully engage with internal stakeholders and external partners to ensure successful and timely delivery of projects.
  • To provide maintenance of software solutions in response to application support incidents/ requests.
  • To undertake analysis, design, test and implementation of application modifications with suitable documentation at all stages
  • To act as facilitator and analyst with business managers across the organisation to clarify design requirements as the basis for any future system developments.
  • To support, maintain and advise on legacy systems.
  • To maintain an up to date knowledge of emerging technologies, products and services that may be of use to our customers and share this information with the team.
  • To complete any other duties and responsibilities which are appropriate to this role.

Person Specification:

 

Essential

Desirable

Experience

  • Practical experience of delivering browser based projects using ASP.NET (our environment includes applications using Webforms, WCF, MVC 5 and WebAPI 2), C#, JavaScript, HTML, CSS & SQL.
  • Proven experience of managing successful projects
  • Experience of using varied software programmes including MS office and project management tools
  • Experience/knowledge of MS Dynamics 2011 or 365

Qualifications / Professional Training

  • Educated to degree level in an IT discipline, or equivalent, with proven experience.
 

Personal Qualities

  • Practical understanding of developing systems that exhibit high standards of usability and accessibility.
  • Positive and proactive attitude and a willingness to learn new technologies.
  • Ability to work as part of a team whilst having sufficient initiative to work individually.
  • Strong planning and organisation skills, and able to work to deadlines
  • Team player, with a track record of achieving results through working with other people.
 

Our pledge to you


Your application. Will be read by a human and considered by the team. We’ll never automatically discard an application and, if you ask for it, we’ll always take the time to provide you with feedback about your application to work with us.


Diversity and us. At RNID, there’s one thing that motivates all of us; making the world better for people with hearing loss.


We are experts driven by wanting to be part of something bigger. We’re all here to play our part and create a better future for people who are deaf, struggling with their hearing or suffering with tinnitus. Nothing else matters.


Disability. We live by our principles. With almost 20% of our employees having a disability we proudly hold Disability Confident Leader status and guarantee an interview for disabled applicants meeting the minimum essential criteria.


Your interview


If you need any support in your interview with us, such as a British Sign Language interpreter or any other reasonable adjustment, please just let us know. We can work together to make sure the appropriate support is in place.

Any questions?


If you’re thinking about applying to work with us and want to know more, just ask. We’ll happily respond to any queries. So feel free to drop us an e-mail or phone call to discuss anything.  



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