IT Analyst Programmer – Support Centre x 2

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Serco Builders Warehouse

Selco

More than just a job

The Role:

Selco is a rapidly expanding supplier of building materials to the trade with a unique trade only format. The success and development of Selco over recent years have led to increased demand on the IT service provision to the business. In particular, this has created a requirement for additional IT Analyst Programmers within the IT Department.

These new roles will report to the existing IT Senior Analyst Programmers and will focus on the development and support of key business IT systems, primarily based on Microsoft Dynamics Nav (Navision).

The successful candidate will be expected to design, develop, test, implement and support new systems and modifications to existing systems in line with high level business requirements.

This is a new role offering a competitive salary and a host of benefits specific to Selco. These include you being able to take advantage of our ‘Selco Extras’ website that will enable you to get discounts at retailers such as Sainsbury’s and Debenhams. We also offer a fantastic employee discount scheme, free life assurance and a profit related bonus scheme.

The Person:

We are looking for an experienced IT developer – used to working within a Microsoft Windows environment (ideally Visual Studio) – with good knowledge of SQL Server (2008 onwards) and Microsoft Dynamics Nav (C/AL code). Any exposure to multi-site environments, retail systems, SharePoint development, SSRS, Citrix, report writing (ideally jet or Diver) or PCI-DSS would be advantageous.

The candidate should be used to working to deadlines with a strong attention to details and be able to multitask and prioritise.

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