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Infrastructure Engineer
  • Employer: Mid Sussex District Council - Digital
  • Reference: MSD/19/102632
  • Published: Fri 28/06/2019, 11:50 AM
  • Closing on: Wed 17/07/2019, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: £36,876 - £40,760 per annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: West Sussex

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Infrastructure Engineer

We’re investing generously in our infrastructure, that’s why we need a capable and adaptable infrastructure engineer to help us design and implement new technology. You’ll be working with colleagues to shape the underlying technical skeleton of the council. We want to give you the freedom to expand your skillset and develop new ways of working, and with all the investment, there will always be something new to get stuck into. 

You will maintain and develop the Council’s technical infrastructure in accordance with departmental policies, and directives from the Infrastructure Manager, assisting with the ongoing planning development and management of the technical infrastructure, bringing on board new technologies and innovations. You will take part in infrastructure related projects, working with Digital and Technology Managers as required, and to help design technical architectures that support service redesign, with a focus on long term sustainability and scalability, contributing to the continuous improvement of the Council’s infrastructure. 

Key Skills

  • Excellent knowledge developing and maintaining modern digital infrastructures.
  • Objective and logical approach to working with effective and creative problem solving skills.
  • Ability to be proactive and be able to plan and co-ordinate a wide range of complex tasks whilst working under pressure, often with conflicting priorities and deadlines.
  • Good communication skills. 

About Us:

Mid Sussex District Council is an ambitious local authority, making significant investments across all service areas, with the aim of placing the efficient use of technology at the heart of business operations. 

As part of this investment, we are building a brand new Digital and Technology team to design and manage the council’s systems, and we’re giving them the opportunity to let their creativity loose across the council, helping services redesign their activities to better use and engage with technology. 

For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Simon Jones (