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- Full Time
The University’s new Data Centre Strategy will invest in our hosting capacity, new infrastructure for compute and storage, our staff, and the tools we use to manage infrastructure.
A hybrid cloud strategy has been developed that will optimize the use of Software-as-a-Service, Public Cloud and a significant investment in a new Private Cloud infrastructure.
The University of Leeds are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Infrastructure Analyst who has worked in complex organisations supporting process and business change projects.
You will be an experienced analyst with in-depth knowledge and demonstrable experience of successful delivery across a number of areas including infrastructure, virtualisation and application deployment.
The role will have a strong focus on supporting the delivery of a new private cloud infrastructure while exploiting, where beneficial, commercial cloud services. Hence experience in these areas is desirable.
You will work collaboratively with project managers, business representatives, end-users and technical teams within IT and the wider University to deliver systems that support effective and efficient processes. You will be expected to work across a range of projects at any one time, with the ability to manage conflicting demands on your time and prioritise effectively.
You will have experience of working with end users, architects and designers and will have full project lifecycle experience. You will be able to challenge and shape future processes and systems through effective negotiation and influencing skills.
This is an excellent development opportunity for internal candidates, successful candidates will be offered relevant training and development opportunities as part of their personal development plan.
Further information about IT is available at: http://it.leeds.ac.uk
University Grade 7 (£32,004- £38,183p.a.)
Informal enquiries may be made to B R Haynes, Head of Strategy and Architecture via IT-HR@leeds.ac.uk
Interviews are expected to be held on 20 or 21 December 2016