Business Systems Developer

Goldsmiths University of London
May 26, 2024
Offerd Salary:£43,036 - £47,952
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Contract Type:Open-ended
Working Time:Full time
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Business Systems Developer


IT and Digital Services

Vacancy Type



Full Time


£43,036 - £47,952

Actual Hours




Interview Date

10TH JUNE 24

Contact Details

Alison Mavis

Posted Date


Closing Date


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  • Applicant Pack (PDF, 1942.1kb)

  • An opportunity has arisen at Goldsmiths, University of London who are now looking for a Business Systems Developer to primarily support, develop and enhance our Business Systems for Recruitment, HR, Finance and Payroll functions.

    As a part of our team, you will work with top technology vendors and various users from across our departments to develop and support digital product solutions. These solutions aim to improve our processes, add value to our University operations, and enhance the user experience for staff.

    Your responsibilities will include keeping up-to-date with the latest vendor releases, researching new capabilities, participating in ongoing system projects, and configuring system integration. You'll also draft technical specifications, perform incident management analysis, and resolve problems to ensure a smooth digital experience for end users.

    Working with a great team, you'll have a competitive salary and superb training opportunities to help you grow technically and professionally.

    The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience of working with Business World - Unit4 ERP including the following modules: Financials (AP, AR, GL), Logistics. PCB, HR and Payroll
  • Ability to develop, support and implement new technologies and capabilities
  • Ability to communicate technical concepts to nontechnical people
  • Demonstrable problem-solving and solution skills
  • Able to deliver technical solutions using an AGILE approach within a SCRUM framework
  • Strong customer focus
  • Good SQL experience would be highly beneficial
  • The role will be an integral part of the Digital Products Team within the IT Digital Services department which is the beating heart of the organisation and provides software application support and technical services to the University.

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