Shared Services Partnership
- Winchester (SO21) – Hampshire, South East, United Kingdom
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- As Soon As Possible
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- Posted On:
- 10 February 2024
Salary Range: £38,092 – £42,389 per annum
Work Location: Elizabeth II Court, Winchester (Hybrid Working)
Hours per week: 37 (part-time applicants welcome)
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 4 March 2024 – please note applications will be reviewed once submitted and shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview on an ongoing basis.
Hampshire County Council is a modern business, delivering a vast range of services that make a real difference to the lives of residents, as well as social care and education. These include transport, planning, waste recycling, libraries and trading standards.
Joining the Application Support Team, you will be helping to support a wide range of complex business critical applications used across Hampshire County Council, with a focus on Social Care and Education. We have recently undertaken system migrations to two new cloud hosted Social Care applications. You will be working in a dynamic environment and co-ordinate system upgrades, ensuring our applications are compliant and secure. You will be responsible for planning your own and others’ workloads and prioritising tasks.
The successful candidate will be positive and enthusiastic with a flexible attitude and excellent interpersonal skills. You will have a background of working in IT, supporting and configuring business applications. You will have experience of functional, system and acceptance testing and working with users to develop and understand business requirements. You will have effective problem solving skills to manage and resolve complex support incidents. You will be willing to take the initiative and responsibility for leading work streams. An understanding of Local Authority business processes is desirable.
This role will be based at our Winchester offices, however as part of Hampshire County Council’s Open Workplace Policy, the successful candidate can undertake their work between home and the office (a hybrid approach) depending upon operational requirements. We support an effective work life balance and are open to discussing flexible work requests – we welcome both full and part time applications for this role, with a minimum requirement for the role of 18.5 hours over 5 days.
Find out more about the benefits of working for Hampshire County Council and the rewards we can offer you:
Benefits of joining Hampshire County Council.
Application Support Consultant
Job Description and Person Specification
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Contact Details for an Informal Discussion:
Carl Horrex, Configuration Lead – CareDirector on # or Sandra Mezzetti, Application Support Team Leader # County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all employees, workers and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment.
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