|Recruiter:||Ministry of Defence|
|Listed on:||23rd May|
|Location:||Bristol or Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester|
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Who we are
Defence Business Services (DBS) is a key enabling organisation within the Ministry of Defence (MOD) providing Finance, Procurement, HR and other shared services to allow our military and civilian customers to focus on meeting their core objectives.
Defence Business Services (DBS) aims to be the ‘best business services partner for the UK Defence and Security Communities' by providing critical business services that enable our customers to focus on strategic Defence priorities and maintain National Security.
The DBS Automation Garage team works with teams throughout DBS and wider Ministry of Defence to digitise DBS Services and end to end processes wherever possible, with Digital Workers augmenting the current DBS workforce. The Automation Garage delivers solutions through Robotic Process Automation and Power App solutions; and is looking to deliver new capabilities such as Chatbots and Machine learning.
We are seeking flexible, capable people who can quickly bring value to a mutually supportive team. You'll be taking on an exciting and demanding role, working alongside a wider range of areas in DBS to make a real difference for our customer. If you can see yourself contributing to the world of Defence digital and technology, the next chapter of your career may be with us.
As an RPA Developer in the Defence Business Services (DBS) Automation Garage, you will be expected to work collaboratively in small, multi-disciplinary agile scrum teams to take a Discovery Document created by the Business Analyst, and create the automation, seeing it through development testing, user acceptance testing, and supporting the live running automations.
Benefits of working for DBS
To apply, please visit our website. On applying, you will need to have a CV and Covering Letter.
Closing date: 11:55pm on Sunday 19 June 2022.
The Department is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We value and welcome diversity. We aim to develop all our staff to enable them to make a full contribution to meeting the Department's objectives, and to fulfil their own potential on merit. We will not tolerate harassment or other unfair discrimination on grounds of sex, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, disability, age, religion or sexual orientation. We will promote and support the use of a range of flexible working patterns to enable staff to balance home and work responsibilities; and we will treat people irrespective of their working arrangements.