University of the West of Scotland | Registry Systems Developer – Hybrid

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The University of the West of Scotland is looking for an experienced Registry Systems Developer to join their team. This role will involve the maintenance, development, and support of their hybrid registry system. The successful candidate will have a strong technical background and experience in developing and maintaining registry systems. Apply now to be considered for this exciting opportunity!

Duties and Responsibilities

As a Registry Systems Developer, you will work in a constantly evolving environment. You will create, maintain, audit, and improve systems to meet needs, often as advised by the Senior Registry Digital Manager and Head of Registry. You will test software systems to diagnose and resolve system faults. You will be the expert in your field and make recommendations for future developments and transformations of the tools and systems in use.

Q. What Benefits & Perks Does the Job Offer?

A. The job offers a range of benefits and perks, including 24 days of annual leave plus a further 12 days for public/university holidays, 19.3% employers pension contribution, including death in service benefits on joining the pension scheme, a flexible approach to working pattern and worklife balance, employee discount scheme across 3,500 retailers, fitness facilities across our campuses, free gym membership, access to a range of health and wellbeing resources, including occupational health, physiotherapy and access to our Employee Assistance Programme and professional, career and research development opportunities.

Q. What Language Proficiency is Needed?

A. The proficiency required will depend on the role applied for, however, most roles require a good working knowledge of English.

Conclusion: The University of the West of Scotland is a leading provider of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research degree education. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in technical development, this role as a Registry Systems Developer could be the perfect fit