Infrastructure Engineer


Introduction

WWF, like other organisations, is completely reliant on technology for business operation and innovation. Technology clearly has a strong embedded future within the organisation.
The growth and adoption of new technology in WWF-UK since moving to the Living Planet Centre has overtaken the capacity of the ICT team. Furthermore, IT security needs are increasing and the number of services the ICT team are expected to support, (and expected to have the skills to support them), is also growing. Subsequently, a rare opportunity to work in our ICT team has now arisen.

Purpose

In this role you will have the chance to work on a range of infrastructure and software projects in a high performing and challenging environment. You will be utilising a broad range of technology and will be an integral part of a small, dynamic team.

This is a challenging role. We are looking for an engineer who will service many different platforms running in our on-premises and cloud environments and have had experience as an Infrastructure Engineer or similar The successful applicant will be ambitious, highly motivated and be comfortable working closely with users of varying skill levels and able to raise or lower the level communication as required.
We are looking for a skilled and talented individual who can bring fresh ideas to a small team. Ultimately this individual would help steer more of the WWF-UK’s donor funds into conservation by delivering operational cost savings and system performance improvements.

To find out more about this role, see the role insight at the bottom of this page.
At WWF-UK we are committed to creating an inclusive working environment, where diversity is valued and there is equality of opportunity. We therefore welcome applications from all sections of the community and we offer a range of benefits to encourage a work life balance.
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