IT-Systembetreuer/in

IT-Systembetreuer/in

mater hospital | Dublin, IE

Posted 14 days ago

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Customizing, Digitalisierung, IT, 2nd-Level-Support German Language German (Germany) English (United Kingdom) Job notification by email Back As part of the restructuring and expansion of our team, we are looking to strengthen a*n IT System Administrator (m/f/d) We are part of the Time Management department within the Human Resources division and support and further develop time management systems at Freiburg University Hospital. We offer: a challenging and varied field of work in a pleasant working environment and collaboration in a motivated team good reconciliation of family and career through a good flexitime arrangement and through mobile working a permanent appointment and an attractive remuneration based on the TV UK with company pension scheme. Company health management (including Urban Sports Club and Hansefit) and subsidized job ticket UKF Your tasks: Supporting colleagues in the Time Management department by analyzing errors and resolving them (2nd-level support). Customizing of the time management systems Support for the introduction of new modules, functions and interfaces. You will collaborate with the internal ZDI (Center for Digitization and Information Technology) and external service providers and consultants, among other things Your profile: Completed (technical) university education or qualified training in the IT field or a comparable qualification. ideally first professional or project experience in the planning and implementation of software projects Interest to familiarize yourself with time management systems (e.g. Interflex SP-Expert). an independent approach to work and communicative personality round out your profile Interested? Then we look forward to receiving your documents by 15.01.2023. Questions? Then call us or send us an e-mail: André Reichstetter Team Leader Administration Time Management 0761/270-21729 andre.reichstetter@uniklinik-freiburg.de General note: Remuneration is in accordance with the pay scale. Full-time positions are generally divisible, unless official or legal reasons prevent this. Severely disabled persons are given special consideration in the case of equal suitability. Recruitment is carried out by the Human Resources department.