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Posted on: 10 September 2022
Software Developer vacancy at Loughborough University
£32,348 - £42,155per annum, 44 days annual leave including bank holidays and University closure days, a supportive dynamic working policy with flexible home/hybrid working, generous pension scheme and many other benefits
Hays Technology are working in partnership with Loughborough University to recruit a Software Developer on a permanent basis.
About the role:
The role is part of Student Systems, IT Services and the LUSI (Loughborough University Student Information) Modernisation Programme. Loughborough develops and maintains its own student information system. This is an opportunity to help shape this unique system and work with colleagues in delivering an excellent student experience.
About your team:
The Student Information Systems team consists of 16 IT professionals providing business analysis, software development, application support, testing and systems management to a range of Student Information IT systems, working closely with managers and professionals from across the university in a collaborative approach.
To undertake assigned business analysis, package implementation, software development and user support tasks, according to agreed standards and guidelines and normally as part of a team, in order to meet the University's corporate information systems’ requirements. The initial focus of this job will be the development and support for the student information systems.
In order to apply for the role, you must have the following skills, knowledge and experience:
Interview date: Friday 14th October.
If you have the relevant experience and would like to apply, please submit your CV.
You now have 80 points and can apply for the Skilled Worker visa
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