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Job offered: Moodle Technical Development Analyst

Type: Contract
Location: London

Moodle Technical Development Analyst - 6 month contract

A key part of the role will be the operation of our enterprise E-Learning systems - such as the Moodle virtual learning environment - working with Apache httpd, MySQL databases and IP network protocols in a Linux (Red Hat/CentOS) environment.


You will be responsible for installation, configuration and maintenance, as well as working closely with business users to plan, implement, test, document and provide 2nd/3rd line technical support for our world-class e-Learning systems.


Your experience should include a number of the following:-


·         Installation and configuration of Moodle servers

·         In depth knowledge of PHP Moodle development and performance testing.

·         MySQL, SQL queries, and the Moodle data model.

·         Linux command-line tools, including grep, diff, cron, ssh, scp, vi, MySQL, etc.

·         bash shell scripting.

·         Git for version control and deployment.

·         Text file analysis using tools such as advanced text editors, Perl, diff, sed, grep, regular expressions.

·         Ethernet networks, including problem-solving using GUI and command-line tools.

·         Remote access/troubleshooting tools.


You will have excellent analysis, problem solving, and inter-personal/communications skills, both written and oral, with the ability to effectively communicate your knowledge to a varied audience.

Entry added by Charles Cory - Monday, 5 January 2015, 6:51 PM
Last updated - Monday, 5 January 2015, 6:51 PM