Live Sport - Web Infrastructure Engineer
|Sector||IT, Legal, IT, HR, Finance & Procurement, Events & Operations, Media Operations|
|Function||Media, Technology & Broadcast|
|Salary||Competitive salary + Excellent benefits|
Sport lover? Cricket fan? Experienced in Web Support?
deltatre are looking to hire a talented Web Infrastructure Engineer with a passion for sport, especially cricket. The first duty of the person will be to provide 2nd and 3rd line support for the hosting infrastructure for cricket and football operations for a major broadcaster, which we stream all over the world. You will also be an integral part of a dedicated IT Product Team who support our work across many unique global sporting events, including Olympic and Paralympic games, World Cups and European Championships.
You will bring:
- Experience working as a web administrator or systems engineer with IIS experience.
- Good understanding of web applications.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Ability to work in a fast paced and highly pressured environment.
- Willingness to work late shifts if required.
- Knowledge of best practice for IT security.
- Good knowledge of technologies mentioned including; IIS, SQL, MongoDB, Windows Server, Active Directory.
- Good PowerShell and/or command line skills.
- Degree educated with a science or technology focus (desirable)
- Pension contribution.
- Healthcare (after one year).
- Working from home entitlement of 3 days/month.
- Season ticket / Staff loans, Childcare vouchers, Cycle to work scheme.
- A comprehensive programme of business coaching / personal & leadership development.
- Twice yearly celebrations, paid for in full by the company.
- Long service awards.
- A modern office in the heart of Wimbledon.
- A brilliant multi-cultural team who work together to bring innovative solutions to life.
- An Italian feel to the office, including bean to cup coffee on each floor!
For a full JD, please visit our careers site.
deltatre has experience at the highest level of international sport; always striving for the next level of interaction, we consider the future of global sport engagement to be multi-platform and social.