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Information and Communication systems (ICS) Manager - EXPIRED

Job Title Information and Communication systems (ICS) Manager - EXPIRED
Contract Type Permanent
Location City of London, London
Salary £50000 per annum
Job Published 07 Jul 2015
REF J52235ACh
Contact Name TPP Finance
Contact Email finance@tpp.co.uk

Job Description - EXPIRED

Information & Communications (ICS) Manager - Membership Body - £50k.

A highly prestigious medical membership organisation is seeking a seasoned IT & Communications Manager for a role involving a combination of high level strategic leadership and operational management. Applicants should have expert level knowledge of Cloud technology, and an understanding of the 'not for profit' sector'.

Scope of the role and responsibilities:

-Developing Cloud based services for members and internal staff
-Managing the entire IT Infrastructure of the organisation
-Responsibility for hardware and desktops
-Managing software, security, VC facilities and running the website
-Ad-hoc IT project management & contract negotiation
-Delivering business strategy and budgets to the board
-Managing a team

Requirements:

-Experience with advanced CRM systems
-Experience implementing advanced Cloud based business systems
-Advanced Microsoft systems experience - VOIP, web-based, back-front end interfaces
-Ideally experience in the not for profit or charity sector
-A strong educational background
-Experience in a small body/small team
-Formal experience or qualifications in Project Management

This role is a very important hire for the organisation and would suit a confident, professional and creative individual looking to work for a high-calibre organisation.

Please send your CV for further details on the application process.

TPP is committed to equal opportunities and actively encourages applications from all sectors of the community. We shortlist based on competencies and not on race, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, or age.

Ref: EXPIRED - J52235ACh | Published: 07th Jul 2015