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Michael Page Edinburgh
Help and prepare for the month end close Prepare the balance sheet for multiple sites Help and assist the wider finance team with the consolidation of the P&L Ensure all reports are completed accurately in time for the board Provide commentary on management information Ad- hoc reporting and projects
Be-IT Other
A Global Financial Software Delivery organisation are looking for an Infrastructure Architect in Edinburgh.  The company are in the middle of a landmark programme and are now looking for increase their permanent headcount to manage software upgrades and maintenance. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining and architecting solution which keep the company’s platform in compliance with software currency, in compliance with policy standards and using industry standard solution patterns.  You will also tale lead in protecting the platform as it is migrated into new data centres. Skills and Experience required Scope of architecture responsibility spans Linux and Microsoft Windows based solutions Microsoft Server Architecture and Design SQL Server SharePoint Application Servers IBM p-Series   Key Accountabilities: Architecting experience with Linux and Microsoft Windows (2008+) based solutions (custom development and/or Windows packages), Microsoft Server Architecture and Design, SQL Server, SharePoint, Application Servers (IBM WebSphere Application Server, JBOSS, Tomcat Server), IBM p-Series, Connect Direct, SFTP, Storage & Archive, Networking (MPLS, TCP/IP, Load Balancing, Firewalls etc) Exposure to multiple, diverse technical configurations and technologies Strong interpersonal skills in areas such as teamwork, facilitation and negotiation, communicate architectural information to non-technical audiences Strong leadership skills. Implement technical governance to ensure consistency and accuracy of all technical design Excellent analytical and technical skills. Excellent planning and organisational skills. Basic knowledge of financial models and budgeting. Understanding of network architecture. Ability to understand the long and short-term perspectives of situations. Ability to estimate the financial impact of technical architecture alternatives. Significant experience of delivering complex High Availability technical solutions and designs. Experience of working with 3rd party suppliers. Broad understanding of IT infrastructure technologies, ITIL best practise processes & procedures Hands on build and configuration experience of IBM MQ, IBM WebSphere, Apache Tomcat, VMWare. Strong understanding of full SDLC, including infrastructure. If this role would be of interest or know anyone who would be suited, then please apply or get in touch at
Arnold Clark East Scotland
Bus and Coach Engineering and Maintenance We have a fantastic opportunity for anybody that is 20 + and has a keen interested in starting a career and gaining a recognised qualification in the motor industry. The Apprenticeship Programmes allow apprentices to work full time and have the opportunity to earn while they learn and to put theory into practice within an automotive training environment. You will train in all aspects of motor vehicle repair and maintenance including vehicle servicing, MOT preparation, removal, replacement and overhaul of major components and electrical fault diagnostics. You will train through GTG to SVQ Level 3 in Bus & Coach Engineering and Maintenance We are looking for candidates that have the following:- • Attention to detail • The willingness to learn • Maths, English & either a Science or Craft subject at National 4 or above, Standard Grades 1-4 (intermediates will also be accepted). Only successful candidates will be contacted.
Arnold Clark West Scotland
Warehouse Operative Apprentice As an apprentice you will be employed from the start of your training, allowing you to earn a wage whilst you learn new skills and gain a qualification. You will be working towards a recognised qualification, skilled employment and greater career prospects. Warehousing apprentices are based within a warehouse environment, getting involved in receiving goods from deliveries, placing goods in storage and processing orders from dispatch to customers. Assembling orders for dispatch and dispatching goods for delivery will also be part of the course. GTG Training provides students with the best training environment to develop skills, together with full time employment opportunities to help develop skills further. Regular assessments and reviews will ensure apprentices achieve the required skills to successfully complete their modern apprenticeship. Minimum requirements are Maths, English, science or a craft subject at standard grade level 4 or above, national 4 or above and intermediates will also be accepted. Only successful candidates will be contacted. To apply please go to and download the application and send it to
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