Deadline: 30th March 2021
*** STRICTLY NO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES***
1.0 POSITION SUMMARY
|Job Title:||Applications Developer|
|Line Manager:||IT Director|
|Standard Working Hours:||37.5, Monday-Friday|
|Holiday:||20 days per annum, rising to 25 days after 2 years’ service|
|Salary and Benefits:||Company pension scheme, health scheme (BUPA), life cover|
2.0 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
As the Applications Developer, your primary duties and key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
- Work closely with end users to gather requirements, write technical specifications and implement solutions to meet the company’s goals.
- Provide end user Application Support for the company’s software platforms and ensure uptime meets SLAs.
- Train end users on the company’s software systems.
- Create and update Documentation.
- Identify and implement IT Solutions, to automate and improve business processes.
3.0 SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Strong SalesForce experience, coding and configuration items.
- Development of Mobile Applications using the Heroku platform.
- Coding in C# and LINQ.
- SQL and database design
- Epicor ERP BPMs, BAQs, Dashboards.
- Microsoft SSRS.
- API experience preferably JSON over REST.
- Business Intelligence preferably Power BI.
- Website Development.
- SharePoint Development.
ABOUT COX POWERTRAIN
Cox Powertrain is a privately owned engineering company based in Shoreham by Sea. Cox have spent the past decade developing a ground-breaking new engine, supported by £90m of private investment, for marine industry which is disrupting the global marine market. Cox Powertrain have over 120 permanent employees, with strong connections with the automotive industry.
The core engine module is a V8, 4-stroke turbo charged diesel with a capacity of 4.4ltr litres that delivers up to 300 hp (224kW) per module. Principal beneﬁts are increased responsiveness combined with reduced size, mass and parts count when compared with conventional diesels of similar power output and improved fuel efficiency and storage safety compared to gasoline engines of similar power output.