Systems Development Officer

Are you passionate about systems development? Are you looking for a new and challenging role that offers great career prospects?

As a Systems Development Officer you will be part of the Corporate Systems Team within our Technology and Change Service. Our team’s overall aim is to ensure the effective operation of key management information systems. If you are looking for an opportunity to deliver, develop and support a range of systems across a vast network of offices, external users and partners, then this could be an exciting opportunity for you. 

You will help to shape the current design and future developments of systems to meet business and statutory requirements. You will also be responsible for the successful testing and implementation of any new bespoke system development components and upgrade changes and provide a professional, high quality second line support service.

Based in Northallerton, you will be working in a team of team of over 40 people as a systems expert who strives to foster a friendly and professional working environment, where individual effort and team work is recognised and valued both by customers and colleagues alike. We encourage a positive work / life balance through flexible and home working practices and we are committed to developing our staff through on the job experience and professional training opportunities.

We have currently have two posts available within the team:

Salary: £26,999 to £29,636 per annum
Location: Northallerton
Hours: 37 per week (full time)
Contract: Fixed term (12 months)

This is a full-time, fixed term position that has a primary focus on the support, administration and delivery of the Council’s portfolio, programme and project management system, Synergy, as well as adult learning, health and safety, SLA Online and other education management systems.

Working collaboratively with a number of internal and external partners / suppliers, including the Projects, Programmes and Portfolio Management Teams, your work as a technology lead will contribute towards the successful delivery of the North Yorkshire Change Programme and efficient resource management of day-to-day duties our employees undertake.

Key documents

Key dates

Closing date: 19 January 2020
Interview date:  week commencing 27 January 2020

Contact us

For further information or a discussion about this opportunity, please contact Lorena Phillips, Team Leader Case Management and Education & Skills on 01609 798189 or Louise Woodward, Senior Systems Officer Education & Skills on 01609 532065.

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Salary: £26,999 to £29,636 per annum
Location: Northallerton
Hours: 37 per week (full time)
Contract: Fixed term (maternity cover, 9-12 months)

This is a full-time, fixed-term position with a primary focus on the support, administration, and development of the Council’s Children’s and Adult Social Care systems.

Working collaboratively with a number of internal and external partners / suppliers, including the Adult and Children’s Social Care teams, Prevention Service and other social care systems team experts, your work as a technical systems lead will contribute towards the successful delivery of our Social Care Service.

Key documents

Key dates

Closing date: 19 January 2020
Interview date:  week commencing 27 January 2020

Contact us

For further information or a discussion about this opportunity, please contact Lorena Phillips, Team Leader Case Management and Education & Skills on 01609 798189 or Louise Woodward, Senior Systems Officer Education & Skills on 01609 532065.

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Please note that occasional out of hours working may be required to support system upgrades and changes, as well as occasional travel to other North Yorkshire County Council sites and supplier events.

For both of these positions, we can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including flexible working, a local government pension scheme, family friendly leave, salary sacrifice, learning and development packages, employee discount benefits and access to a range of modern technologies to support modern ways of working.

Northallerton benefits from easy connectivity to the surrounding areas of York, Leeds and Teesside via a series of rail and road links, such as the A1 and A19, as well as being easily connected to other towns and villages throughout North Yorkshire through a series of road links.

Find out about working for Technology & Change

Technology & Change is an exciting, innovative and friendly service to work for, with staff committed to supporting services across the Council to deliver the best possible outcomes to our local residents.

The benefits of working for North Yorkshire County Council are:

  • The opportunity to work from home;
  • An established flexi-time system;
  • Generous annual leave;
  • A strong commitment to staff development, with many training and development opportunities available; and
  • Good transport links in the area, including road and rail.

This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious team during a time of considerable change, and contribute to the challenges and opportunities that exist, both present and future.

Find out more about working for our Technology & Change service here.

You can find out more about the benefits of working for the Council here.