IES are currently looking for a Cloud Services Analyst to be part of our UK based team responsible for the IT systems in our Glasgow HQ, other regional offices and online / cloud services. The role will involve supporting our software development and R&D team as we develop new systems and expand our online portfolio of software and services.
Key responsibilities include the following:
You will be an experienced second line IT engineer looking to expand your skills into an evolving area of IT. We are looking for candidates with the following skills and experience:
In return we offer the chance to work for a dynamic company in an exciting and supportive working environment; we will reward you with a competitive salary; private health care; a contributory pension scheme; life insurance, retail discounts and flexible working.
At IES, we offer a flexible and supportive working environment and the opportunity to work with a team of friendly, interesting and diverse people from across the globe, who are passionate about what we do.
Our mission is to contribute to conserving the earth’s natural resources for future generations by reducing the carbon emissions of the built environment. IES is at the forefront of cutting-edge technology in the green-building sector and our Virtual Environment (VE) software is the only tool that allows the design team to simulate the full performance of a building model.
Our world-leading 3D performance analysis software is used by our clients to design high-quality and innovative buildings across the globe, while minimising the impact on the environment. IES’ technology is supported by integrated consulting services and today its capabilities are expanding from use on individual buildings, to helping create sustainable communities, cities and countries.
To apply for the role please send a covering letter stating the skills you have from the requirements listed above and an up to date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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