Are you looking for a role that best utilities your existing RPG / iSeries expertise and experience?
Do you want to work for a company that has been consistently voted in the top three in the Great Place to Work surveys?
Are you interested in playing a key role in systems modernisation for a globally strategic client?
Are you attracted by working with a client that has many globally recognised iconic brands where their values of innovation, involvement, integrity and independence are fundamental?
Do you want a long-term role where your contributions and actions can make a real and direct difference to the ongoing growth and success of our clients?
Are you motivated by broadening your skills and experience both within the iSeries environment and the Microsoft Cloud?
If you have answered yes to most, if not all, of the above, please read on, we have an exciting opportunity which we would like you to consider.
Our client, Edrington makes some of the world’s best and best-loved Scotch whiskies, including The Macallan, The Famous Grouse, Cutty Sark and Highland Park. The portfolio is complemented by Brugal, the leading rum in the Caribbean.
Edrington is based in Scotland and owned by its employees and a charitable trust, The Robertson Trust. The company has interests in the Dominican Republic, the US and many countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. Edrington employees work in distilling, blending, and bottling, as well as brand management, sales, finance and other professional functions.
The international market for premium spirits is thriving and Edrington is committed to developing our brands in high growth markets around the world.
Objectivity has a proven delivery track record for Edrington built over the past 3 years of constructively working together. This is illustrated by successful delivery and ongoing support for Edrington of many systems including cask production, bottling production monitoring, modernisation of the barcoding system, manning board, etc.
In partnership with Edrington, Objectivity is currently undertaking a significant iSeries application modernisation programme as a pre-cursor to extend and future-proof both the existing business critical application and the ongoing development and maintenance of its core stock system. With new technology and business requirements, there is a 12-month roadmap to take initial key steps, with future work to enable ongoing system improvement and enhancement.
paid sick leave (up to 33 days each year), because it is nice when having the flu doesn’t mean having less in your pay packet