Baxter R&D – Database & software management administrator vacancy

Configuration Management Technician – (Database & Software Management Administrator)

Job Reference: BAX12-18

The Job

The Configuration Management Technician will be responsible to maintain the Design History File (DHF) database in DOORs or similar, as per requests coming from different new product development or sustaining project teams. Continuously improve such database, both in terms of desired inputs as well as output format. Act as ‘super user’ for Lifecycle Management system for the global team. Develop and maintain product schematic drawings.

The Jobholder will be required to:

  • Work closely with Product Design Owners, to manage the DHF database in DOORs or similar databases, as per requests coming from different new product development or sustaining project teams.
  • Drive improvements to the DHF database to facilitate use of such database; improvements can lie in terms of how data is input or even in the way data is retrieved and presented for use.
  • Create custom reports from the database to meet different project needs
  • Create and maintain other databases as deemed necessary by the global team
  • Create and maintain schematic drawings of products that will be used on product labels and Bills of Material
  • Support the global team as a super user of Baxter product lifecycle management system (TcU) and act as document processor when needed.

Who you are:

  • Preferably hold qualifications and experience in Database Management Systems.
  • ECDL (advanced, focusing mainly on MSWord and MSExcel and MSAccess)
  • Basic C or Java Script Knowledge
  • Experience in using Autodesk, AutoCad and/or inventor would be considered an asset, however training will be provided.

Interested applicants are to submit their CV on quoting Job Reference Number BAX12-18.

MCAST IICT Student at the JAYE Malta Foundation.


Keith Chircop an MCAST ICT  student reading Level 4 Diploma in Multimedia Software Development took part in a startup programme organized by the JAYE Malta Foundation.  Keith started working on his prototype MANIBUS as from the beginning of the scholastic year 2017/18. He managed to put together a research presentation of MANIBUS as well as developing practical examples of MANIBUS. His idea is to add Push Back technology to existing hand gesture technology. Keith Chircop presented his idea on Saturday 26th May to the public during the JAYE Startup Programme Finals & Awards Night Forging Connections. Keith was awarded for his Continuous Development and Entrepreneurial Spirit.

Kids in Orbit


Kids in Orbit are looking for a beginner web designer to work on creating an exciting kids astronomy website. The website will be subscription based with partial free content available while majority available by monthly subscription.

Site will need to be very visually stimulating and targeted for kids between the ages of 8-11. Candidates will be asked to submit one or more design concepts and the favourite design/designer will be chosen to take on the project. A trial period will be set to see if the candidate can continue to mirror the desired expectations of the project.

Contact: Mark Gladwish
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VRTRON is looking for a Junior Unity Developer

VRTRON is game development studio mainly focusing on casual games with ambitions to conquer other markets in the games industry.

If you think you can help us on our quest for greatness send your cv to


  1. Collaborate with designers, artists, and fellow programmers to develop and refine a product
  2. Pushing to release a product
  3. Tackle a wide variety of unique challenges that come along with a live product


  1. Have already worked on a game development project (e.g. competition, personal project, or company)
  2. Passion for game development
  3. Fluent in C# & Unity
  4. Able to work in a collaborative team environment
  5. Self-motivation and willingness to wear multiple hats of game development
  6. Able to jump right into someone else's code
  7. Portfolio showing work done with Unity, including any personal projects or released products


  1. Experience with Facebook API
  2. Strong math skills (linear algebra, trigonometry, etc.)
  3. Experience developing on multiple platforms
  4. Computer science, EE, mathematics, physics, or related degree


More information can be obtained from:


PWC – Information Security Analysts Vacancy

Cyber Security is a hot topic in all business fields: banking, insurance, gaming, manufacturing, retail, distribution and many more. Cyber threats hit more than a few entities in Malta, some of them effectively damaging operations along with significant costs or financial losses.

PwC Malta is currently seeking an Information Security Analyst to join the team delivering cyber security services. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to develop his or her career within Information Security in a professional environment.

The work will involve variety and challenge including:

  • Conducting information security audits and risk assessments.
  • Technical assessments involving vulnerability assessments and penetration testing.
  • ICT infrastructure security consultancy.
  • Undertaking information security gap assessments, against industry standards such as ISO 27001/2, PCI-DSS, etc.
  • Providing consultancy on designing, reviewing and implementing information security policies.
  • Delivering information security training.
  • Providing assistance as part of incident handling mechanisms, including data and malware analysis.
  • Providing assistance in the reporting aspect of information security assignments.

Suitable candidates should be in possession of a first degree in IT, Business and Computing, Information Security or other similar IT fields. Candidates are expected to aspire to obtain certifications, such as CISA, CISSP, CEH.

The ideal candidate would have up to two years experience and should:

  • Have an understanding and passion for Information Security.
  • Willing to undergo training on tools, methods and technologies.
  • Enjoy meeting people and be a good team-player.
  • Have strong presentation and report writing skills.
  • Have strong time management skills, including flexibility to work with shifting priorities and client needs.
  • Value and practice high standards of ethical behaviour and professionalism.

PwC offers an environment that allows our people to progress on their own merits. Our commitment to you is that we will continually invest in your professional development, acknowledge and recognise your expertise, provide you with the opportunity to apply the latest methodologies on a large and varied client base.

More information can be obtained from: