CMS Analyst, Jobs, Scotland, Edinburgh/Midlothian, 4618
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CMS Analyst - Edinburgh/Midlothian

30k + bens - Technology - IT- Application
Ref: 4618 Date Posted: Monday 14 May 2018
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Nine Twenty are working with a well-established document solutions provider based in Edinburgh who are looking to hire a CMS support analyst. The role would eventually see you offering end to end support on the companys’ flagship content management solution.

The role will see you part of a small, highly skilled team, who will train you in the skills you’ll need to become a world class technical consultant.  You will eventually become skilled in: Integrating Business Analysis; Technical Consulting; System Support and training. This would be in the enterprise document and content management space.

To be successful:

  • You will be a self-learner and keen to expand your knowledge and abilities in the technical and business related aspects of solutions delivery.
  • You have a mind that loves a challenge and solving problems – to resolve support issues and provide ECM-based solutions to match our customers’ requirements.
  • You will be comfortable in a role that’s client facing as site visits will be occasionally required,
  • You may be asked to attend relevant software training courses either in-house or from software vendors.
  • You will eventually become a subject matter expert on the CMS system.

You will ideally have experience in most of the following:

  • Experience dealing directly with customers.
  • Working knowledge of Network protocols, DHCP, DNS, TCP/IP etc.
  • Good knowledge of some of the following (C#, VB.NET, Java, XML and Regular Expressions) would be an advantage.
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Server/Client, Active Directory and Exchange also a good knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
  • Knowledge of SQL database admin, development/programing.
  • Knowledge of web servers and protocols.
  • Experience in training clients.

Candidate must have experience within support and development knowledge

Benefits/ Conditions

  • Main working hours: 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm
  • 23 days annual holiday plus 8 public days, with an extra 2 days after 2 years’ service
  • Auto enrolment into the company pension scheme after 3 months
  • Company pension contribution of 3%;  personal pension contribution 3%


Please send a CV to for immediate consideration.