Graduate IT Systems Analyst - London or Birmingham

Job description

As a Graduate IT Systems Analyst you will work in a NOC team to:

 

  • Design and develop new infrastructure solutions for a large, growing mission critical business system
  • Design and develop new database solutions for our various production and non-production Oracles databases – including replication, performance optimisation and data warehousing
  • Maintain and develop the Acturis global private network
  • Manage and develop the EMC and Pure storage solutions
  • Provide problem solving and issue resolution support to the production and non-production systems hosted in London and Amsterdam – performance, availability and bottlenecks
  • Be first point of contact for all technical issues relating to Microsoft, Oracle, and Networking technologies (not end customer support which is handled by the dedicated Customer/Application support team)
  • Investigate and research new server infrastructure, database network and storage technologies and solutions
  • Manage the virtual desktop environments

You will be given early responsibility for discrete projects and will receive structured feedback three times a year.


Please note that Acturis is unable to sponsor any candidates for the above graduate role as the Home Office's eligibility criteria will not be satisfied. Immigration rules are subject to change and the above information is correct as at July 2019.


Requirements

The successful candidates will have following attributes:

 

  • Graduate with a 2:1 or above (Computer Science, Maths, Physics or Engineering) and strong A-levels
  • Knowledge of current IT Technologies and basic understanding of IT concepts
  • First-rate problem solving ability
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team player

The ideal candidate would have some knowledge of any of the below technologies:

 

  • Windows Server: MS Server 2008/2012, Virtualisation / Hyper-V, Blade technology, VDIs, MCSA, MCSE
  • Databases: knowledge of SQL DBs: Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL and NOSQL DBs: Couchbase, Mongo
  • Networking: Cisco Firewall / Switches, DHCP, TCP/IP, DNS, Wireless WANs, CCNA
  • Microsoft Technologies: System Centre, SharePoint, Dynamics, MDT