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At North Norfolk District Council, we are delivering a significant programme of Digital Transformation which will impact on every aspect of our organisation. It will deliver better value, quality, and efficiency in all of our services across North Norfolk.
At the heart of that transformation is the development of a web site which offers an engaging user experience to deliver fully transactional services covering all areas of the Council’s work.
As a result of Maternity Cover we are looking to appoint a developer to join the team developing and maintaining the Council’s public facing and internal digital services.
The post will focus on the development of web forms to support transactional services which are fully integrated with back office systems and data. You will implement and extend standard frameworks as well as developing bespoke functionality to provide innovative solutions to business problems.
The post will require you to be flexible, adaptable and innovative in your approach to work. You will require good technical and interpersonal skills to turn business requirements into practical solutions.
If you want to be part of an enthusiastic and forward thinking team, with a varied and challenging workload - we would like to hear from you.
North Norfolk District Council is committed to equality and diversity in employment and encourages applications from all sections of the community.
We offer employees a friendly working environment, flexible working hours, a career average pension scheme and take pride in achieving Investors in People Gold standard.
Please note that we do not accept CVs unless accompanied by a fully completed application form. No agencies please. Please send all completed application forms to HR@north-norfolk.gov.uk
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Sean Kelly, Head Of Business Transformation & IT by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: 21st December 2017