- Location: Carruthers House,English Street, DG1 2HP
- Salary: £28,830.00 - £30,558.00 per year
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Position Type: Full Time
- Hours: 36 hours per week
Applications for this job cannot be made online. Please refer to the advert for further information.
Development Officer (19/100)
£28,830 - £30,558
The Financial Wellbeing & Revenues Service, Communities, has responsibility for (amongst other things) Local Taxation recovery, Benefit administration and Homelessness prevention.
The post is full time and you will be required to work 36 hours per week during normal office hours from Monday to Friday.
You will provide Business Systems and Development Support within the Financial Wellbeing & Revenues Services environment.
You will provide advice, support and assistance to all Financial Wellbeing & Revenues Service staff.
You will carry out testing of new releases e.g. W2, iWorld in association with the operational teams. You will assist in the implementation of new processes (including testing, reconciling, initial user training).
You will be aware of Council Tax, Rating and Benefits legislation that may affect the business system requirements of the Service.
You will liaise with BTS and Software suppliers regarding faults, upgrades and developments.
You will suggest new ways of improving efficiency and delivery within the Service.
You will be confident and highly motivated with the ability to work within a challenging, but rewarding, working environment. You will have experience of operating computer-based information, an understanding of the technical infrastructure of the Service’s core processing systems and knowledge of the relevant legislation.
You must have good time management, ability to organise and prioritise your own work, quickly solve problems, attention to detail, flexibly meet changing demands, achieve deadlines and deal with issues professionally. You must also be a good communicator.
For further information please contact:
David Sibley on 01387 260108 or by Email to David.Sibley@dumgal.gov.uk