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Systems Administrator

£17.5 - £18.5 per hour
Work from Home, Hybrid working
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Job description

Morgan Hunt are working with a public sector organisation in the Argyll and Bute area, is currently looking to recruit a Systems Administrator for an initial 4 month contract with option to extend on an hourly rate of £21.58.

This role is fully remote.


Responsibilities:

- Support the Development Officer (systems development) to develop relevant services and service plans by working in partnership with colleagues (within and outwith the service) and by taking personal responsibility where appropriate for planning how these are delivered effectively and efficiently to service users. In particular:

  1. Assist with the systems element of management information reporting, planning and developing appropriately to ensure relevant, accurate high-quality information can be generated.
  2. Assist with planning the implementation of new working practices and systems to ensure appropriate set up of configuration parameters and user access rights, that effective usage procedures are developed, and that training and testing requirements can be met at appropriate stages, while allowing operational requirements to continue to be met as well.

Assist with planning to ensure the smooth implementation of any changes to the organisation's HR and OD systems
- Support the Development Officer to deliver high quality services and best value to service users by ensuring that all agreed plans are implemented efficiently and effectively. In particular:

  1. Assist with development and delivery of procedures for use in relation to the effective operation of HR and OD Systems including the following responsibilities:
  2. Using systems analysis and programming techniques to support the maintenance and enhancement of HR and OD systems

Coordinate and liaise with relevant staff to test new releases of software and manage availability of the test system to meet requirements for training and testing.

  1. Assist with set up of integration requirements and testing for integration with HR & OD Systems as required.
  2. Ensure all interfaces to other systems operate with integrity on a day-to-day basis, reconciling as required between the systems.
  3. Resolve faults if possible and refer any that cannot be resolved to the suppliers and/or the organisation's IT Service Desk as appropriate.

Develop specifications for HR & OD Systems functionality for development by other suppliers as appropriate.
Participate in meetings with other users of HR & OD Systems.

- Act as a first point of contact for all internal users and develop systems to communicate with users in an effective manner.
- Assist users with the development of reports.
- Work with the Senior Admin Officer/ Admin Officers to develop reporting and regular management information in a user-friendly format supporting the development and maintenance of catalogues for reporting
- Assist the Development Officer to manage relevant budgets by ensuring that any expenditure is appropriate, within allocated budget limits at all times and that accurate financial records are maintained.
- Undertake other duties appropriate to this job and grade, and as required by the line manager and ensure appropriate outcomes are achieved.

Essential Skills:

- SCQF level 6 (3 Highers or equivalent) ideally in maths or computing
- Experience working with complex systems and databases
- Experience using Microsoft Office packages at an advanced level
- Numerate- competent at interpreting and manipulating formulae with mathematical and logical operators
- iTrent experience is essential.
- Implementation experience to iTrent from another payroll provider is essential.
- HR/Payroll System Administration and Security set up experience is essential.
- Demonstrable Business Objects skills, to write complex data reports.
- Should be able to demonstrate the following organisational competencies at level


Desirable Skills:

- HNC or equivalent
- Systems Administration experience
- Working knowledge of HR and Payroll, Performance Management, Time Recording and Document Management Systems
- Previous Local Authority experience is desirable

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual's skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

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