Employer: Leeds City Council
Resources & Housing
Team Digital & Information Services
Contract Type: Fixed Term Appointment
Hours per Week: 37 hours per week
Salary details: A3 – £17,007 to £17,391
Closing date: 29 March 2019 11:30 PM
Leeds City Council, Digital Infrastructure Services is seeking to appoint four students for a period of approx. one year. You will be studying an IT/Computing/Business Computing related degree course.
These opportunities provide exposure to applications and developments hosted on enterprise level environments within one of the largest local governments in the UK.
Four placement opportunities are available across the following areas:
Database Management (Microsoft SQL 2008 -2017 and Oracle technologies)
,(.Net and .Net Core, C#, Share Point, Visual Studio & Team Foundation Server technologies) Main focus around web development)
Microsoft Server Team ( Microsoft Windows Servers, VMware, data centre hardware)
Identity & Monitoring Team (Microsoft Active Directory, System Centre suite of tools, Security Certificate management, Power shell)
Leeds City Council is developing innovative ways to enable smarter and more efficient services to the citizens of Leeds. These positions are a chance to become involved and gain valuable insight into the working practices of local government and the many varied services it provides.
As well as technical flair individuals will need to be enthusiastic, eager to learn, good communicators, willing to take responsibility and be able to demonstrate initiative.
The package offered to the successful student:-
Salary starting at £17,007
24 days per annum + bank holidays
How to apply
Submit your CV by email to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly stating the position you are applying for.
Leeds City Council is an equal opportunities employer.
We promote diversity and want a workforce that reflects the population of Leeds.
All new Leeds City Council appointments are made subject to the satisfactory completion of a six month probationary period.
About Leeds City Council
Leeds City Council’s vision is to be the best UK council by 2017 and the technology is at the heart of delivering new services and efficiencies. The Technology Team has already invested £13m over the last 5 years and has a three-year rolling investment strategy to change the way the council’s services are delivered.
The Technology Team currently employs over 250 staff. We look after 400+ business service applications operating from our own multisite data centres, and manage the telecommunications and desktops for 33,000 council staff. We are also an essential part of developing new council services.