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Information Security ManagerDeadline 20/08/2021 | £41,500 - £56,500 (plus up to 20% MFA depending upon experience) | National | Permanent | Full time | Information Security | Youth Sector
The role of Information Security Manager is crucial for the Trust as we continually strengthen our approach to the myriad of threats to our safe use and management of information. The organisation manages details of the young people taking part in or accessing experiences so we need to have the highest standards of protection to ensure we do this safely. The role will advocate best practice across both the Trust and our community of local and national partners and will have a high profile and establish themselves quickly as a clear subject matter expert in their field. NCS reserves the right to close the role earlier than the planned date if sufficient applications are received.
IT Business AnalystDeadline 11/08/2021 | £39,270 - £49,000 depending on experience | London Victoria | Permanent | Full time | Data Analyst | Education
To support our mission of helping girls learn without limits, the GDST is looking for an experienced business analyst to support the work of the GDST Data, Technology and Partnering team. Our business analyst will play a key role in the successful delivery and development of the GDST’s business systems strategy. Reporting to the Head of Data, Technology and Partnering, you will be responsible for requirements gathering, analysis, process re-engineering, documentation, and testing. Working in partnership with school IT teams, school digital leaders and the GDST innovation & learning department, you will be involved in the development of fit-for-purpose technology which enables our teachers to provide, and our students to receive, an outstanding learning experience in schools. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, with a proactive approach to their work, has excellent communication skills and enjoys working as part of a larger team. You will bring knowledge and experience of process engineering, data integrations and business systems to allow us to deliver the best systems and processes to our staff and students.
Senior Technology Project ManagerDeadline 01/08/2021 | £60,000 - £62,000 | London | Permanent | Full time | Project Management | Health and Care
As a Senior Technology Project Manager you’ll play a crucial role as an interface across the British Heart Foundation (BHF) guiding and supporting the organisation through a continued period of change. The BHF has an ambitious new strategy, aiming to substantially grow its revenue in order to invest over £1bn in research by 2030. The Technology team is an integral partner to help deliver this strategy. You’ll work with the wider business and senior stakeholders, being responsible for overseeing the management of Technology projects, including planning, organising, staffing, leading, and controlling project and portfolio activities. You’ll also be involved in the delivery of major strategic initiatives for the organisation, as well as managing and supporting a team of Project Managers. You’ll guide and support a broad variety of projects critical to the success of the organisation and how it utilises technology.
CRM Data StewardDeadline 04/08/2021 | Competitive | London | Permanent | Full time | CRM, data | Environmental
The Data and Business Intelligence team are looking to recruit a CRM Data Steward to join the team. We are looking for someone who is keen to make an impact on the way we work, improving how MSC is collecting and using data to make better decisions. You will work with a team of great people, who are focused on ensuring MSC can effectively engage and build relationships with partners across the world with high-quality data. You should be passionate about collaborating with others to support the client data life cycle through the different applications and enjoy the opportunity to work on exciting new projects.
Head of ITDeadline 01/08/2021 | £70,000 - £80,000 | London | Permanent | Full time | IT strategic and operational leadership | Health and Care
As Head of IT, you will provide strategic and operational leadership in respect of the Fund’s use of IT and support the Fund’s ambitions towards greater digital working. You will have the freedom to develop and deliver an approved IT workplan aligned to the Fund’s overall strategy, while leading a skilled IT team (4 staff) in the provision of a high quality, responsive service to all users. The King’s Fund are seeking an experienced manager, with a focus on customers and continuous improvement, and values and behaviours that align with the Fund’s and support our ambition to be a more diverse and inclusive organisation. You will have a track record of building high-quality working relationships and providing a blend of support, development and performance management that enables individuals to work at their best. To be successful, you’ll need to be technically qualified with experience of leading an IT department of similar scale and complexity and of managing projects and programmes of work that involve significant change. As a minimum you will have completed ITIL Foundation and ideally have experience of managing Office 365 suite, other cloud-based applications, Sharepoint and Microsoft SQL applications.