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Change Analyst - Glasgow City Centre

Ref: 366 Date Posted: Thursday 03 Jan 2019
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£24,211 to £33,983 per annum

Glasgow City Centre - Permanent - Grade 3

We’ll accept applications up to 17th January 2019 and interviews will be scheduled week commencing 28th January 2019.

** Please note internal applicants will not be eligible to apply for this vacancy if they are on a formal stage of Attendance Management Policy. **

Why SLC?

Do you have a passion for all things digital? Are you technically-minded with a keen interest in the latest technology developments? Do you have the skills to play a key role in ensuring our organisation is a digital, customer-focused centre of excellence?

If so, we might just have the job for you. 

What’s the job?

This role resides in the Technology Group’s Service Delivery area.  This department is responsible for maintaining & providing continual service improvement to the current IT infrastructure/applications as well as transitioning new services into Live.

This role is to ensure effective management of Requests for Change from the point of initiation through to completion. Changes analysts assist in prioritising, assessing, planning, scheduling, resourcing and testing changes to ensure maximum benefit with minimal disruption to business operations.

How do I apply?

Successful candidates will be ITIL qualified, have Experience of Change Mgt & technical administration, they be skilled in the creation & management of formal processes and procedures have strong customer orientation and be able to exhibits flexibility, initiative and self-reliance.

Broad knowledge of technologies; AIX, Linux, Wintel, VMWare, Red Hat, Cisco, F5, Checkpoint, Oracle, Java, Tomcat amongst many others is essential for this role.

Sound good? If so please apply below and a member of our dedicated Recruitment Team will be in touch!

Please note - As part of the selection process, SLC uses third parties to perform a number of pre-employment checks including reference, criminal record and credit reference. They may supply us with information that will assist us with our recruitment decision.