Quartix expands – and recruits
Quartix is expanding and recruiting, and throughout 2012 will introduce more new products
18 January 2012
Quartix is recruiting. Throughout 2012 the company is introducing more products in driver behaviour analysis, traffic and road speed information, real-time vehicle alerts and exception reporting, theft tracking and a range of other areas.
This has created numerous job opportunities, including an opening for a database designer.
Based at Bishop's Waltham, near Southampton, the successful candidate will join a small, friendly and professional team, taking responsibility for database design projects – from concept to delivery and product launch. The database designer, who can expect a high degree of autonomy, will have high-level involvement in the specification and design of new products and the services added to them.
Requirements include at least five years' experience of product/project design in SQL server 2005/2008, plus some experience of database administration/implementation.
Successful candidates for both roles must have a good rapport with other employees and customers, and some experience of customer project management would be particularly valuable. This is the opportunity for the right people to get involved at the beginning of a challenging and exciting period of growth.
More about Quartix
Quartix is a UK leader in vehicle telematics systems. Established in 2001, the company now has 45 employees, more than 3500 fleet customers, and is currently growing at a very strong rate: sales turnover is expected to double in 2012.
As a consequence of substantial investments in the emerging market for telematics in both private and commercial insurance (pay as you drive/ pay how you drive products) Quartix has secured the business of five highly prestigious insurance companies, with launches scheduled throughout 2012 and beyond. Significant upgrades to the fleet management and tracking product are being planned to meet new customer requirements and cater for the volume of new fleet business being won.
The company, which is privately owned by its directors, is both profitable and solidly financed.