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Infrastructure Engineer x2

Job title Infrastructure Engineer x2

Department Digital, Data & Technology Group

Salary Starting from £35,333, rising to £42,155

Grade Grade 7

SOC Code - Visa Requirements 2135 (IT Business Analysts, Architects and Systems Designers / Programmers and Software Development Professionals / Web Design and Development Professionals)

Placed on Thursday 19 January 2023

Closing date Thursday 16 February 2023

Interview date To be confirmed

Reference FM10270

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We have an excellent opportunity for two Infrastructure Engineers to join our talented Servers and Storage team. 

This is an exciting time to join the team as we look ahead to transition our services from on-prem to cloud.

About the department:

The Servers and Storage team sits within the wider Digital, Data and Technology department which enables the staff and students at the University to enjoy a seamless experience of the IT infrastructure for learning, teaching & research.

The servers and storage team runs the fundamental functions of the design, implementation, operation, and maintenance of core IT infrastructure. 

Digital, Data and Technology department aims to provide a technological environment that matches the University's international, teaching and research reputation, and which contributes to the realisation of its key institutional strategies. It strives to respond intuitively to both the ever-evolving needs of our users, and the wide diversity of those users through the exploration of new and emerging technologies.

About the role:

The Infrastructure Engineer is a pivotal role in advancing the Universities digital capabilities to be more user-centred, more agile, and eventually cloud-based.

This role will be involved in all phases of the development of new services, maintenance of current systems, changes, and system upgrades, using requisite functional and technical expertise in a timely and cost-effective manner. The post holder will contribute significantly to third-tier support processes, resolving problems, documenting root causes, and improving service levels.

We’re looking for someone who is self-motivated, enjoys a range of technically challenging work, and an excellent problem solver with a passion for emerging technologies.

You can learn more about the role by clicking on the document links at the end of this advert.

For an informal discussion about this role, or to ask any questions, please contact Martin Maclaren at ccsmm@bath.ac.uk.

What we can offer you:

We aim to be an inclusive university, where difference is celebrated, respected and encouraged. We have an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations and have made a positive commitment towards gender equality and intersectionality receiving a Silver Athena SWAN award. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and backgrounds will lead to a better environment for our employees and students, so we encourage applications from all genders, backgrounds, and communities, particularly from under-represented groups, and value the positive impact that will have on our teams. 

We are very proud to be an autism friendly university and are an accredited Disability Confident Leader; committed to building disability confidence and supporting disabled staff.

Find out from our staff what makes the University of Bath a great place to work. Follow us @UniofBath and @UniofBathJobs on Twitter for more information.

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Visa information

If you think you may require a visa to work in the UK, you should refer to our guidance on the Skilled Worker Visa before embarking on a job application to ensure you understand the requirements for sponsorship. You may be eligible to work in the UK via other alternative visa routes such as the Global Talent Visa or by having Settlement / Indefinite Leave to Remain − please refer to our Staff Immigration webpages for further details.

Update to our application process

We are constantly seeking to reduce the unconscious bias that enters any assessment process, with the goal of creating an inclusive and equal assessment process. To support this, personal details will be removed from application forms at the initial shortlisting stage.