Junior Developer

Required to start ASAP

JUNIOR DEVELOPER (Permanent, Full time)

We are looking for a highly technical, enthusiastic and hard-working IT professional to join our team, someone who has proven skills but is also keen to learn and extend their skills in the context of our highly successful sixth form college.

You will be responsible for assisting in the development and support of College software systems, providing data and reports as well as helping staff and students with all aspects of the college information systems.

We are looking to appoint someone with experience of working with and reporting from complex databases, along with skills and experience of some or all of

  • C#
  • SQL
  • ASP.Net
  • HTML
  • Javascript

You will be expected to support, develop, modify and maintain a wide range of web based systems. You will join a small supportive team that is responsible for all the College Information Systems and as a member of that team you will assist in the maintenance of existing systems along with working with our inhouse developer to assist in the design of new solutions.

Whilst we are looking for someone with technical competencies, it is also essential that you have excellent communication skills and be willing to work as part of a small team as at times you will be responsible for frontline support of our systems, system administration and problem resolution.

This is a permanent and full time post working 37 hours per week. The starting salary is £25,452 per annum. This is based on spine point 15 within Grade 5 of the support staff pay spine. This full time salary will rise to £28,013 per annum over four years, subject to satisfactory performance. Holiday entitlement is 24 days per annum (plus bank holidays). This entitlement rises to 29 days with 5 years’ continuous service with local government.  

Please note we welcome share applicants for this post, you can find more details about this under the ‘how to apply’ section in the Job Details.

For details of how to submit your application, please visit our website


The deadline for receipt of applications is 9am Tuesday 27 January 2021

Interviews will take place on Thursday 11 February 2021

For applicants who are invited to interview there will be ample opportunity to learn more about our provision and needs through discussions with staff.

BHASVIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   




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