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Junior Systems Developer

Technology plays a crucial role in enabling CAP's critical, poverty-busting work here in the UK and in our international operations. We are trusted to develop solutions to CAP's changing needs and to support staff and our partner churches to seize opportunities offered by the rapidly evolving technological landscape.

The role

The role of the junior systems developer is to contribute to the development and maintenance of bespoke internal web applications to support the work of CAP’s head office and frontline teams, while also growing your own technical skills through training, mentoring and pair programming. You will be working in our fast-paced development team on systems that support our debt counselling work and our other services.

Who we're looking for

This role would be suitable for candidates: who have completed a computer science degree or similar. who have worked in IT (e.g. DBA, front-end design) with limited programming / scripting experience. progressing from the trainee systems developer role.We are passionate about using our technical skills to provide the CAP family with generous IT support and excellent solutions. Through this, we enable our staff and partner churches to serve our clients better and help deliver CAP's vision to see the UK church serving and including those most in need.

Location

Bradford head office or remote

Disclaimer

This is a rolling add and you will be contacted once your application has been reviewed therefore please apply as soon as possible. We reserve the right to close the advert early if we fill the vacancy.

For further information, please contact the People & Culture team on 01274 760720 (option 6) or email recruitment@capuk.org.

Information on genuine occupational requirements

You are advised to submit your completed application form via email as soon as possible to have the best chance of being considered. We reserve the right to close the post before the stated closing date where we have a high response rate.

All adults working in, or on behalf of the CAP have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults. This includes: A responsibility to ensure a safe environment in which CAP Services can be delivered. Identify children and adults where there may be safeguarding concerns and to follow the CAP Safeguarding Policy in addressing any concerns appropriately.

Please note that we are unable to consider applicants who do not presently have permission to work in the UK.

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