Vix Technology delivers innovative, market-leading transportation technology.
We work with global transit operators to help improve their passenger journey, and we’re always looking for people who share our values to help deliver our next innovative solution. We are a diverse and global team, and are excited to talk to you about our commitment to improve the customer journey.
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The Legal Counsel will provide commercial and legal advice for contract management related to Vix's activities in the region, including completing legal and commercial analysis of tenders and drafting of contract terms and conditions. Responsibilities for this role include providing commercial and contract analysis to stakeholders, negotiating contracts with customers and subcontractors, and conducting commercial management for business operations ensuring strategic outcomes and stakeholder expectations are met.
The Service Designer, working on a six-month contract, will work with all aspects of the company and bring to life services for our customers, including helping lead new services and customers through the transition phase into its Early Life support. Key responsibilities include delivering exceptional service to Vix's customers aligning with contractual requirements; setting the vision and strategy for services in conjunction with key stakeholders; and aiding and improving Vix's service documentation.
The Junior DevOps Engineer will have responsibilities including defining, decomposing and analysing requirements as part of the agile planning process; developing and supporting the tools and processes to enable the Product team to work efficiently; providing guidance and training for the SysOps team to deploy and run Vix software; and developing automated tests for all implemented software.
The Contract Manager will have responsibilities including supporting the Head of Legal with commercial and legal advice to stakeholders at all levels of the organization; being a key resource during negotiation of contracts; acquiring and maintaining knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and standards in a dynamic operational environment; and supporting commercial management for business operations, ensuring strategic outcomes and stakeholder expectations are met.
Functions for the HR Generalist are to act as a member of the global HR team and follow strategic direction for all HR and organisational initiatives; to build and maintain strong collaborative partnerships to assist the business to meet staffing and HR objectives; to ensure global HR policies and procedures are deployed whilst ensuring they are tailored to US/Canadian employment law and markets; and to contribute to the global HR strategic initiatives and be an active member of the wider global team.
The Financial Controller will be responsible for all aspects of finance operations, acting as the second-in-command for the UK finance team and being the key source for the team on technical expertise to ensure compliance, governance and adequate internal controls. Key responsibilities include audit, statutory reporting and tax management; production of monthly reports with ownership of variance analysis; and ownership of the UK entity's revenue.
The Project Coordinator's primary role will be to work with the Enterprise Portfolio Management team to coordinate project activities, provide administrative support and coordinate resources to deliver projects. Key responsibilities include coordination and review of project quality, compliance and governance; governance and management of documents; and supporting compliance requirements for ISO standards.
The Group Financial Accountant will work as part of the Group Finance team to meet all statutory and internal reporting requirements. Key responsibilities include weekly consolidated cashflow forecasting and treasury management, contribution to month end reporting, overseeing monthly reconciliation of intercompany balances, contribution to preparation of quarterly and year-end statutory group accounts and transactional record-keeping for parent companies.