System Resources SSE Analyst - North London

at Entura International Ltd in London

System Resources SSE Analyst - Zero Hours - North London

Flexible hours + Competitive salary

Entura International, one of the leading Anti-Piracy firms in the UK, is seeking a young and enthusiastic candidate to come and join our system resources team. We provide services for some of the biggest media producers worldwide with a goal to become a leading force in 2017.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a prevalent market; tackling an ever-growing issue that affects the creative industry’s ability to succeed and grow.

Our office provides a challenging and creative atmosphere in which to help develop our young talent and guiding our staff reach their full potential. 

Successful candidates will enter an informal, working alongside positive and driven teams within the company. We are currently in a period of expansion and we’re looking for people with a good work ethic to help us in driving the company forward to greater things in the coming years.

The Role:

The role of SSE Analyst will be to manage and maintain our automated tools and record statistical output for use in reporting and analysis. The main responsibilities include:

To manage and monitor our automated systems in conjunction with the system resources team to ensure a consistent and efficient level of service.
To manage systems supplementary to our automated tools and provide feedback on their operation.
Recording accurate statistical logs for use in analysis and reporting.
Required Skills/Experience/Qualifications
Excellent Communication Skills
Organisation/Prioritisation Skills
Attention to Detail
Ability to Work to Deadlines

Shifts will be available in increments of 3 hours slots on weekdays.

Minimum Hourly Commitment: 7 hours per week.

This position is based in our main office in North London, near Kings Cross.

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter.

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Published at 21 Feb 2017
Expires on 21 Apr 2017