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Business Systems Analyst job in Louth, Lincolnshire

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Job Title: Business Systems Analyst
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Louth, Lincolnshire
Salary: £35000 - £40000/annum Excellent benefits
Company: CV-Library
Category: IT
Benefits: Excellent benefits

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Job Description:
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Lioness Recruitment are specialists in helping you find a role that will make you happy too. Feel like a new challenge and expanding your housing systems skill set working for a renowned social housing organisation? They’re looking for somebody with proven housing systems support experience to join their busy IT team. This is a 12 months Fixed Term Salaried role.
As a Systems Support Analyst, your main responsibilities will be to improve and support the business applications of the organisation. Your day-to-day duties will include working on the improvement of business systems, systems reporting, system testing and the implementation of newly procured systems. You will also provide 2nd line application support and liaise with third party suppliers. This role may require travel to other offices.
Essential experience:
* Experience with Social Housing Management systems such as NPS/Northgate Housing, Orchard Housing, Aareon QL, Civica Cx/Universal Housing, Capita OPENHousing, Castleton Housing or MIS ActiveH etc
* Working within a Social Housing IT environment, possibly in a Business Analysis, Systems Analysis, Application Support, Reporting, Technical or similar capacity or maybe you were part of a project or implementation team.
* SQL Reporting
Ready to take the first step to your next step? Ready to be brave? Then we’re ready to help.
Lioness Recruitment acts as an employment agency and an employment business. We are an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity and welcome applications from all communities

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