Contract type:

Contract Contract


Full time


+44 (0)20 7323 8000

Systems Engineer: Infrastructure

Systems Engineer: Infrastructure
Information Services
Fixed Term for 12 months
£35,485 per annum
Application Deadline: 12pm on 20th April 2021

Do you want to work at the heart of one of the world’s most prestigious institutions? We’re embarking on a huge IS transformational programme to drive the British Museum into the future. If you’re talented and looking to develop your skills within a supportive and collaborative team then we’d love to hear from you.

As a Systems Engineer: Infrastructure Services, you’ll provide technical expertise and operational support in the delivery of enterprise wide IT infrastructure services to the Museum’s 1,000 staff and for the millions of guests who visit and use the Museum’s services.

Key areas of responsibility:

•Technical hands-on role responsible for maintaining and developing the Museum’s IT infrastructure
•Lead engineer in provisioning network and security services
•Create and maintain the technology roadmaps, ensuring the services are appropriately aligned to the Museum and surrounding technologies
•Responsible for ITIL based 3rd line operational support, providing a point of escalation for the Service Desk and mentoring technical staff in improving infrastructure service delivery
•Conduct preventative maintenance routines to ensure the uptime and performance of the IT infrastructure. Ensuring services meet security best practices and meet Museum continuity and DR requirements
•Ensure the IS department maintains excellent functioning relationships across the Museum sector and its infrastructure services suppliers

Person specification:

The ideal candidate will be educated to A level, or equivalent, with demonstrable experience of working in a similar role.

We are looking for a team player who embraces change and is skilled at planning for the future. With strong negotiating and influencing skills, you will be an excellent communicator of technical ideas and information.

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