Application Support Team Lead

Ref No. EMP460946
Salary £30,000 - £40,000/annum
Location Lincoln, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

A new opportunity for an Application Support Team Lead with SQL Server/PostGreSQL has arisen a friendly Education Technology / E-Learning company based in Lincoln. They are one of the fastest growing companies in this sector.

Important

SQL Server / PostgreSQL

The Job

A new opportunity for an Application Support Team Lead with SQL Server/PostGreSQL has arisen a friendly Education Technology / E-Learning company based in Lincoln. They are one of the fastest growing companies in this sector.

This is an opportunity to use and develop your existing leadership and technical skills. Would you like to work in a team where your contribution is valued, with a group who are passionate about delivering the best product for schools? Then this could be a role for you.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead a small team of technical support analysts and oversee their day to day operations
  • Investigating and diagnosing issues with SQL - escalating to development or resolving where appropriate
  • Transforming and loading data into PostgreSQL databases from a variety of sources
  • Providing technical support and advice to internal teams and customersDesirable skills/experience:
  • Prior experience in a senior support role
  • SQL Server experience
  • PostgreSQL experience
  • Good communication skills
  • Agile experience (not essential)

The role is fully remote during Covid with flexibility to work part-remote post Covid. This position will pay up to 40K per annum plus benefits.

Please click apply if interested!

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