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Faculty IT Manager

Department
Information Services
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
48,327 - 55,998 a year
Apply by
14/12/2016
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Role Description

Applications are invited for the role of Faculty IT Manager in the Information Services Directorate.

Reporting to the Director of Information Services, you will be responsible for the leadership of departmental IT teams now under central ITS management. You will work in collaboration with departments and faculty leads to develop a roadmap for IT provision across three faculties (Arts and Humanities, Science and Social Sciences) to support teaching, research and administration.

You will be an exceptional candidate who can successfully juggle the competing demands of multiple stakeholders, while providing technical leadership to a diverse team. You will have excellent influencing, persuading and negotiating skills to manage competing demands, as well as the ability to balance local flexibility and the need for specialist services against the efficiency of using centrally provided IT services. 

This post is full time (37 hours per week, Monday to Friday) on an open contract.

The Information Services Directorate operates a flexi-time scheme which allows for flexible working whilst ensuring operational requirements are fulfilled. The annual holiday entitlement is 38 days, including 8 statutory public holidays and University closure days. The leave year is October to September.  If the post is part-time, or appointment is made part-way through the year, holiday entitlement will be reduced pro rata.

It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Monday 16th January 2017.

If you would like to make any informal enquiries about the role, please contact Heidi Fraser-Krauss, Director of Information Services, on 01904 322024 or by email: heidi.fraser-krauss@york.ac.uk.

Athena Swan Bronze

 

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