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The Project Support & Administration Directorate at the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden, invites applications for a System Developer in the Information Technology Division.
Description of directorate/division
The purpose of the IT Division is to provide sufficient, secure and cost efficient IT to support ESS throughout its lifecycle.
The purpose of the Information Systems Group specifically is to develop solutions as well as supplying maintenance of the developed solutions to the entire outreach of ESS and its affiliates.
• Develop System Requirements (solution design) based on presented Stakeholder Requirements
• Develop solutions according to presented System Requirements
• Configuration of back-end web development platforms
• Front-end web development (Drupal, Angular)
• Configuration of deployment systems (Git)
• Configuration and support of Atlassian tools (Confluence, JIRA, Bitbucket)
• Application Maintenance of developed web solutions
• Quality control and system testing
• Keeping up to date with relevant technologies
• Description of candidate's qualifications/prerequisites: (educational- and work experience, training, etc.)
• Previous demonstrable experience building advanced Drupal websites. Applicants will need to provide evidence of their prior work.
• Previous demonstrable experience configuring Atlassian tools, specifically Confluence and JIRA. Applicants will need to provide evidence of their prior work.
• Previous demonstrable experience of working in an IT support environment.
• Ability to work effectively in and with team(s)
• Proven written and oral communication skills
• Excellent oral and written English skills are a prerequisite; knowledge of other European languages would be an advantage
• Experience of working in an international environment is an asset
What ESS can offer
At ESS we offer people with talent and passion a unique opportunity to be involved in the development and building of a world leading facility for materials research. Besides attractive employment and relocation conditions, the flexibility to balance work life with private life and good opportunities to further enhance your skills; you will also enjoy being part of an organisational culture that promotes and supports internal career growth. We pride ourselves in having successful collaboration across different functions, and as the facility continues to grow we will keep nurturing the international and vibrant environment welcoming people from all across the world.
Duration & Location
The position is permanent with six months initial probationary period. Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. The position is to be filled as soon as possible.
Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae and cover letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please note we only accept applications via the ESS website.
The deadline for applications is 18th of September 2016. The recruitment process is ongoing and the deadline may be shortened. Therefore we recommend that applications be submitted as soon as possible.
For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. For further information regarding the position, please contact Group Leader, Jonas Olausson, jonas.olausson[at]esss.se. For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Kristina Anderberg, kristina.anderberg[at]esss.se.
The European Spallation Source ERIC will design, build and operate a multi-disciplinary, large-scale research infrastructure based on the world’s most powerful neutron source. European Spallation Source, ESS, will provide scientists with unique and powerful neutron scattering instruments for the study of a large range of materials – from polymers and pharmaceuticals to membranes and molecules. ESS project is partnered by 17 European countries, and hosted by Sweden and Denmark. ESS will be built in Lund, Sweden, by a collaboration of European scientists and engineers. ESS is planned to produce the first neutrons by 2019. When the facility is in full operation 2025, ESS has around 450 employees.
ESS aim to ensure that staff are employed on the basis of ability and the requirements of the job, and that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of race, religion, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation or disability.
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