Information Systems and Digital Services (ISDS) is central to where we are going as a university and the experience, we offer to both our professional colleagues and our students. The work we do impacts significantly on both the personal and learning experience of those who study here. We are committed to developing and maintaining highly usable, fast, flexible and personalised Information Systems services that reflect the changing needs of our growing university.
You will be an instrumental part of the ‘Infrastructure – Web and Database’ team who are primarily responsible for the management and delivery of our large Database estate. The team along with others makes up the Infrastructure & Operations Department, consisting of approximately 40 staff members across multiple specialist areas.
Over the next two years the department is embarking on a process of transformational change. In this area the focus will be streamlining and automating current processes where possible and embracing new technologies where benefits can be realised. We are looking for a strong technical Senior Infrastructure Engineer to help guide us on that journey.
Manchester Metropolitan University employees over 4,000 employees. It is a modern University in a great global city, working closely with business, the community, and their peers - locally and internationally. The university has a clear vision with an ambition: to be the best modern University in the sector. With a strong financial platform and ambitious investment plans. The Mission is to make an impact on Manchester, our nation and beyond. When recruiting the University places emphasis on a network of inspiring academics and passionate professionals. Manchester Metropolitan is widely recognised for their excellence in people management and D&I, in 2020 you were named as a top employer by the Top Employers Institute and Stonewall as one of the UK's most inclusive employers. Times Higher Education includes the University in its top 200 universities in the world, ranked 20 in the UK in 11 subject areas. It is also an important fact that the university has over 300,000 graduates from a global alumnus in more than 140 countries.