Software Programmer Team Leader - Bristol

  • Category
    Development Roles - Development manager / Team Leader
  • Location
    Bristol, City Of Bristol
  • Salary
  • External Reference
    KO-756

Software Programmer Team Leader - Bristol
£28,000 - £30,000 + perm benefits
A leading organisation based UK wide is looking for a Software Programmer Team Leader to be based in their Bristol location to oversee and motivate a small team, to create and test software customisations & downloads for all types of display equipment. The Software Programmer Team Leader will also maintain software customisation records and archives alongside supervising members in a team, delegating work and ensuring deadlines are kept to, leading small team talks.

Responsibilities
*Create and test machine software and tariff screens for customer and new machine sales orders using a bespoke software.
*Complete software jobs and package up to send with a typed up delivery note.
*Maintain and update software records on a centralised database.
*Support the Process Manager, Area Managers and Field Engineers on all topics concerning machine software.
*Manage incoming emails from internal staff and external customers.
*Offer advice to customers inquiring about the technicality of how the software can work (emails and phone calls)
*Assist the Process Manager to write and keep up to date software customisation operating procedures.
*Assist in product functionality training, programming and testing.
*Produce bespoke tariff and welcome screens using photoshop etc
*Actively contribute to improve the quality of both products and services by working in accordance with internal and external quality standards conforming to ISO 90010.
*Be an active member of the tariff team contributing ideas and possible solutions to any problems that have occurred.
*Assist when necessary to test and approve working procedures.

Experience
*Senior Programmer or Supervisor
*Database
*Spreadsheet
*XML
*Windows Operating Systems

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