We at Anderson Quigley are working closely with Tearfund to find a Lead Infrastructure Engineer to work within the Global IT team to support Tearfund’s global staff.
Tearfund work with local churches and organisations in more than 50 countries to tackle the complex challenges of poverty. Their work is centred around challenging policy, partnering with local organisations, and they offer aid in the recovery process for those in situations of extreme conflict and disaster. Tearfund are value- driven and as well as their various external projects (for example, their efforts to support women’s rights and their action against climate change), they promote a positive work culture internally, centred around their Christian values.
Reporting to the Head of Architecture, this technical specialist will maintain and develop excellent IT Infrastructure to enable service delivery to Tearfund staff across the world.
The successful individual will:
- Have a passion for providing the very best solutions to a global staff base through working closely with colleagues across IT and beyond.
- Provide highly competent issue resolution across a wide range of technologies.
- Be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to excellent documentation and the ability to communicate well with both technical and non-technical colleagues.
- Have experience of working in a current Windows network environment and with an extensive Hyper-V estate.
- Be competent in administering all aspects of Active Directory and various principles relating to resilient IT systems for business continuity.
- Be a clear thinker and communicator, with confident and friendly telephone/email manner, and an understanding and sensitivity to cross-cultural issues in a very demanding international relief environment.
Applicants must be committed to Tearfund’s Christian values.
Benefits at Tearfund:
This role boasts a generous benefits package, including:
- Hybrid working: This role is eligible for hybrid working, and this individual will be required to work from a designated Tearfund office and from home by agreement with the line manager. The role offers a flexible work from home model, requiring the occasional anchor day for all.
- Non-contributory pension scheme: Tearfund will contribute 10% of this candidates’ salary to their pension. All staff are contractually enrolled onto the Tearfund group pension scheme.
- Annual leave – full year: 25 days pro-rata + statutory bank holidays + additional days off over the Christmas period.
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