Current opportunities and vacancies

IT Service Officer

We are looking for an experienced and passionate IT systems professional to join UBDC's technology team. The successful applicant will have responsibility for managing and providing strategic guidance related to the Centre’s IT infrastructure and services. UBDC is a research centre and national data service that draws on data and data science methods to explore issues of how cities function and prosper and their residents behave and interact. These aims impose high demands on UBDC’s technology platform. Under supervision and independently UBDC’s IT Service Officer will work to specify, set up and administer systems and services, contribute to the development of IT strategy and policy and support the work of the Centre’s research and data science teams and external data service users from other Universities and institutions.

An ideal candidate will be an IT professional with experience and knowledge of specifying and supporting research computing services including server, cloud and workstation resources who is passionate about providing excellence support. The role will provide opportunities for continuing professional development and exposure to a range of technologies and technical approaches.

Salary will be on the Technical & Specialist Grade, level 7, £36,382 - £40,927 per annum. This post is offered on a full time (35 hours per week) basis with a funding end date of 30 September 2024.

For more details and to apply please visit the University of Glasgow online jobs portal (vacancy reference number: 089149).

View the advert for this role on the s1jobs.com website.

If you have any questions about the role please contact UBDC’s Senior Data Science Manager Andrew McHugh.

Deadline for applications: 23:45 (BST) on 15 August 2022.

 


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