Vacancies: IT Systems Officer, Communications, Engagement and Training Co-ordinator, Development Manager

University of Essex, UK Data Archive, Faculty of Social Sciences

We are seeking to appoint an IT Systems Officer to join the Technical Services directorate. The section provides support for the critical needs of the other divisions in the UK Data Archive, by installing, commissioning, configuring, developing, maintaining and updating internal and external systems which are in everyday use.

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IT Systems Officer, UK Data Archive

Closing date: 24 October 2021


The Communications, Engagement and Training Co-ordinator will provide strong administrative support and co-ordination for the Communications and Engagement team. This varied role provides the opportunity for an administrator to co-ordinate multi-channel communications projects, training and events to ensure and enable the smooth delivery of team and service activities including social media, web, print and promotional materials, stakeholder engagement and internal customer service.

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Communications, Engagement and Training Co-ordinator, UK Data Archive

Closing date: 26 October 2021


The Development Manager leads a section which provides day-to-day support to ensure the stable running of software applications for the UK Data Archive. The section also has responsibility for developing and deploying minor enhancements to existing in-house applications, particularly the Endeavour repository workflow system and the Smart Energy Research Lab.

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Development Manager, UK Data Archive

Closing date: 3 November 2021

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