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ICT Officer (Project Management)

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Location
County Hall, Matlock
Reference
JOB/22/04115
Salary details
Grade 10 £29,184 - £32,389 per annum
Job term
Full Time
Appointment type
Permanent
Hours
37 hours per week
Closing Date
09 October 2022
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Exciting things are happening within the ICT Department at Derbyshire County Council. A major review of our organisation and strategies has been completed and we have invested in new tools to support a comprehensive and innovative ICT transformation programme. 

The  ICT Officer (Project Management) role is a vital post within our EA Service area as part of the Engagement function, which works with the business units to deliver the best ICT outcomes for the authority. 

  • Can you effectively support, co-ordinate and manage projects? 

  • Do you have excellent problem-solving skills and recognise innovative opportunities for improvement? 

  •  Do you have the ability to build and maintain relationships with all stakeholders? 

  • Would you like to be pivotal in changing the way the Councils ICT Service builds and integrates information systems based on business need? 

If so, you could be the perfect candidate for this position.  

The Council are seeking an individual with strong organisational and communication skills with proven experience in managing large scale high-profile projects to work closely together with the Business Analysis Team and the departments. The role requires the successful candidate to have a high commitment to accuracy and attention to detail. 

The successful candidate will be working as part of an effective multidisciplined dynamic team lending a degree of resiliency and flexibility to our service, therefore Business Analysis experience would be advantageous. Familiarity of how ICT and its associated information systems and technologies can be used in the context of a Local Authority would also be beneficial.  

The ICT Service expects high performance and there will be Service Levels to meet and Key Performance Indicators to achieve. 

The Council are currently exploring Modern Ways of Working which is considering approaches to flexible and agile working.  

If you would like to discuss this role in further detail, please do not hesitate to contact Jim Coppin (jim.coppin@derbyshire.gov.uk) or Kendle Hazle (kendle.hazle@derbyshire.gov.uk 

Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 7 or 14 November 2022

Due to this post having administrative privileges within the Council’s IT systems, and in order to comply with the Public Services Network requirements, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic criminal record check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided. Click here to see our policy on criminal background checks.