Do you have a knack for solving people’s problems utilising technology? Do you enjoy teaching people how to use technology communicating technical information so it’s easy to understand?
In this exciting post your role will be to lead on user testing, evaluation and integration of new and existing technologies for the University. You will develop guidance and support materials, as well as developing and delivering training to our users.
In this role you will also be responsible for dealing with second line support enquiries on the use of IT applications as well as contributing to our consultation service. You can look forward to being part of a great team working in close collaboration with IT colleagues and teams across the Department.
IT Services is incorporated into the Information Services Directorate. As a Directorate, we strive to provide the best student and staff experience via a strong customer focus and a commitment to continuous improvement. We value collaboration with colleagues both within the department and across the University.
All staff share responsibility for and contribute to the success of the overall service. We want you to contribute to service improvement, working in an environment of mutual respect and openness.
What we can offer
The post is full-time, 37 hours a week on an open contract. The closing date for applications is 25 July 2018 and interviews are likely to be held on 13 August 2018. For an informal chat about the role, please contact email@example.com.
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