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        • london, london
        • contract
        • £22.00 - £24.00 per hour
        • full-time
        An exciting opportunity for a Technical Solutions Architect to work for Kent & Essex Police. Role: Technical Solutions ArchitectLocation: London/RemoteSalary: £22 - £24 p/h PAYEDuration: ASAP for 10 weeks Purpose of role: Provide expert advice and analysis on technical aspects of system development and integration. Producing reference high level and low level design documents for technical review and for use by implementation teams. Ensuring that the client's IT infrastructure maximise opportunities and facilitates the effective use of information systems throughout the company. Main responsibilities: - Identify the impact of proposed developments on the company's IT infrastructure standards and strategies,evaluate specified technological requirements of systems, consult with principal stakeholders, ensuring thatsystems architectures balance functional, service quality and systems management requirements, in order toensure the compatibility and compliance of systems and structures that are introduced.- Review and evaluate new and emerging technologies, hardware, software and communication technologiesand products, undertakes investigations, assessing and evaluating their relevance and potential benefit to the company, preparing reports and developing business proposals, ensuring that the company are able to take maximum advantage of new and emerging technologies that enhance the quality and viabilityof effective IT services.- Provide expert advice on technical aspects of system design, development and integration, includingthe operational and maintenance aspects of systems under development, and proposed system recoveryprocedures, monitoring technical progress, consulting project management, transition and developmentteams of major technical issues and problems, in order to ensure the compatibility and effectiveness ofsystems and structures introduced.- Monitor the technical implications and progress of changes to new and existing applications, evaluatingthe impact on the IT infrastructure, providing expert advice to IT Managers regarding significant technicalspecifications and solutions to the technical infrastructure, in order to support the provision of efficient andeffective IT services for both forces.- Produce detailed component specifications from systems architectures, including high level design and low level design documents, using appropriate tools, including logical models of components and interfaces, advising on the identification of products to support procurement decisions that support procurement and financial decisions and contribute to the development and implementation of high quality systems architectures throughout.- Participate as a member of project boards, working groups, attending other relevant meetings at a local, county and regional level, including the delivery of briefings and presentations to senior managers, providing expert consultancy services and technical advice, to ensure consistency of design and application of architectural standards throughout the IT Services change portfolio.- Promote and develop working partnerships with external organisations, agencies other police forces and partners, establishing complementary plans and building a framework for collaborative working, identifying common issues and themes, creating a wide range of contacts, so as to support regional and national IT infrastructure developments, share best working practices and maximise the benefits of good working relationships. Mandatory skills:- Must have Digital Asset Management Experience (DAM)- Must have at least NPPV2 vetting clearance (ready to start straight away)- The Technical Solutions Architect will be educated to degree level, together with an appropriate IT professionalqualification and will possesses an extensive knowledge of the policing and business operating environments.- They will need to have a strong grasp of project management principles and processes and have a detailed knowledge of ITIL Versions 2 and 3.- Possession of IT Architecture (Practitioner) Certificate Information Systems Examination Board or ITIL Managers Certificate is desirable.- SFIA Skills at Level 6 in Enterprise Architecture, Solution Architecture and Emerging Technology Monitoring are required.- A sound knowledge of risk assessment, change management, configuration management, reliability and safetymethods and the use of metrics is essential.- The Technical Solutions Architect will possess the technical skills and knowledge necessary to identify newand emerging hardware, software and communication technologies and products, services, methods andtechniques and the assessment of their relevance and potential value to the company.- Excellent communication, presentational and interpersonal skills are essential for the post holder to beeffective. Apply Now! To get your CV in front of the hiring manager today. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        An exciting opportunity for a Technical Solutions Architect to work for Kent & Essex Police. Role: Technical Solutions ArchitectLocation: London/RemoteSalary: £22 - £24 p/h PAYEDuration: ASAP for 10 weeks Purpose of role: Provide expert advice and analysis on technical aspects of system development and integration. Producing reference high level and low level design documents for technical review and for use by implementation teams. Ensuring that the client's IT infrastructure maximise opportunities and facilitates the effective use of information systems throughout the company. Main responsibilities: - Identify the impact of proposed developments on the company's IT infrastructure standards and strategies,evaluate specified technological requirements of systems, consult with principal stakeholders, ensuring thatsystems architectures balance functional, service quality and systems management requirements, in order toensure the compatibility and compliance of systems and structures that are introduced.- Review and evaluate new and emerging technologies, hardware, software and communication technologiesand products, undertakes investigations, assessing and evaluating their relevance and potential benefit to the company, preparing reports and developing business proposals, ensuring that the company are able to take maximum advantage of new and emerging technologies that enhance the quality and viabilityof effective IT services.- Provide expert advice on technical aspects of system design, development and integration, includingthe operational and maintenance aspects of systems under development, and proposed system recoveryprocedures, monitoring technical progress, consulting project management, transition and developmentteams of major technical issues and problems, in order to ensure the compatibility and effectiveness ofsystems and structures introduced.- Monitor the technical implications and progress of changes to new and existing applications, evaluatingthe impact on the IT infrastructure, providing expert advice to IT Managers regarding significant technicalspecifications and solutions to the technical infrastructure, in order to support the provision of efficient andeffective IT services for both forces.- Produce detailed component specifications from systems architectures, including high level design and low level design documents, using appropriate tools, including logical models of components and interfaces, advising on the identification of products to support procurement decisions that support procurement and financial decisions and contribute to the development and implementation of high quality systems architectures throughout.- Participate as a member of project boards, working groups, attending other relevant meetings at a local, county and regional level, including the delivery of briefings and presentations to senior managers, providing expert consultancy services and technical advice, to ensure consistency of design and application of architectural standards throughout the IT Services change portfolio.- Promote and develop working partnerships with external organisations, agencies other police forces and partners, establishing complementary plans and building a framework for collaborative working, identifying common issues and themes, creating a wide range of contacts, so as to support regional and national IT infrastructure developments, share best working practices and maximise the benefits of good working relationships. Mandatory skills:- Must have Digital Asset Management Experience (DAM)- Must have at least NPPV2 vetting clearance (ready to start straight away)- The Technical Solutions Architect will be educated to degree level, together with an appropriate IT professionalqualification and will possesses an extensive knowledge of the policing and business operating environments.- They will need to have a strong grasp of project management principles and processes and have a detailed knowledge of ITIL Versions 2 and 3.- Possession of IT Architecture (Practitioner) Certificate Information Systems Examination Board or ITIL Managers Certificate is desirable.- SFIA Skills at Level 6 in Enterprise Architecture, Solution Architecture and Emerging Technology Monitoring are required.- A sound knowledge of risk assessment, change management, configuration management, reliability and safetymethods and the use of metrics is essential.- The Technical Solutions Architect will possess the technical skills and knowledge necessary to identify newand emerging hardware, software and communication technologies and products, services, methods andtechniques and the assessment of their relevance and potential value to the company.- Excellent communication, presentational and interpersonal skills are essential for the post holder to beeffective. Apply Now! To get your CV in front of the hiring manager today. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • wymondham, east of england
        • contract
        • competitive
        • full-time
        An exciting opportunity for a Network Engineer to join Norfolk & Suffolk police. You will be installing, supporting and enhancing the force network and telephony systems by undertaking technical tasks, delivering project work and providing customer support.Role: Network EngineerContract: 6 MonthsRate: Competitive, dependent on experienceLocation: Wymondham, Norfolk ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POST (This list is not exhaustive)The operation, configuration and maintenance of the force network and telephony systemsLiaising with internal customers to identify and resolve incidents and problems, responding to requests for service and delivering project work packagesResearching, identifying and delivering new technology to reduce costs, improve performance and support business processesApplying ITIL Service Management and PRINCE2 project management methodologies as requiredProviding 3rd line support and expertise in the network field within the ICT department and forces, and to external forces and agencies as requiredLiaising with and managing external contractors, consultants and suppliersDealing with security related incidents in line with force policies, external guidance and appropriate regulations from external agencies such as NCSC.Creating, updating and enhancing documentation, including writing technical instructions, drawing diagrams and creating wiki style pagesProducing reports on technical and functional aspects of networking and telephony to all levels of audience including general users, senior officers, external technical experts, etc.Essential Criteria1. Meet one of the following qualification standards:Minimum of level 5 qualification in Computer Science, Electronics or a related disciplinePrevious study in networking to CISCO CCNP standard, or equivalent with any major current equipment manufacturer, e.g. Juniper, Extreme Networks, FortinetDemonstrable equivalent experience to either of the above2. Experience of working as a network engineer in an enterprise environment, with up-to-date technical knowledge including routing, switching, firewalls, load balancers and VoIP3. Ability to analyse complex numerical data and identify trends and anomalies4. Experience of problem solving using programming language such as Python, Java, or C5. Experience of team working in a customer service environment6. Ability to work outside office hours as requested7. Ability to rack-mount computer equipment weighing up to 5kg to a height of 1.5 metres8. Full UK driving licence, owing to the need to drive police vehicles carrying heavy equipment, occasionally out of hoursDesirable CriteriaExperience of the implementation, configuration and maintenance of a mainstream Linux distribution, e.g. Debian, Redhat, CentOSExperience of implementing and maintaining Cacti and associated componentsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        An exciting opportunity for a Network Engineer to join Norfolk & Suffolk police. You will be installing, supporting and enhancing the force network and telephony systems by undertaking technical tasks, delivering project work and providing customer support.Role: Network EngineerContract: 6 MonthsRate: Competitive, dependent on experienceLocation: Wymondham, Norfolk ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POST (This list is not exhaustive)The operation, configuration and maintenance of the force network and telephony systemsLiaising with internal customers to identify and resolve incidents and problems, responding to requests for service and delivering project work packagesResearching, identifying and delivering new technology to reduce costs, improve performance and support business processesApplying ITIL Service Management and PRINCE2 project management methodologies as requiredProviding 3rd line support and expertise in the network field within the ICT department and forces, and to external forces and agencies as requiredLiaising with and managing external contractors, consultants and suppliersDealing with security related incidents in line with force policies, external guidance and appropriate regulations from external agencies such as NCSC.Creating, updating and enhancing documentation, including writing technical instructions, drawing diagrams and creating wiki style pagesProducing reports on technical and functional aspects of networking and telephony to all levels of audience including general users, senior officers, external technical experts, etc.Essential Criteria1. Meet one of the following qualification standards:Minimum of level 5 qualification in Computer Science, Electronics or a related disciplinePrevious study in networking to CISCO CCNP standard, or equivalent with any major current equipment manufacturer, e.g. Juniper, Extreme Networks, FortinetDemonstrable equivalent experience to either of the above2. Experience of working as a network engineer in an enterprise environment, with up-to-date technical knowledge including routing, switching, firewalls, load balancers and VoIP3. Ability to analyse complex numerical data and identify trends and anomalies4. Experience of problem solving using programming language such as Python, Java, or C5. Experience of team working in a customer service environment6. Ability to work outside office hours as requested7. Ability to rack-mount computer equipment weighing up to 5kg to a height of 1.5 metres8. Full UK driving licence, owing to the need to drive police vehicles carrying heavy equipment, occasionally out of hoursDesirable CriteriaExperience of the implementation, configuration and maintenance of a mainstream Linux distribution, e.g. Debian, Redhat, CentOSExperience of implementing and maintaining Cacti and associated componentsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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