IT Manager - Construction contractor
An Amazing opportunity to lead a 30million t/o business's IT systems and processes in line with the companies' goals and objectives.
Location: - Kent
Salary: - £40,000 - £50,000 + Package (Depending on experience)
This will be a mix of 2 or 3 days in the office and 2 or 3 days working from home to ensure your work / life balance.
This role will see you take over the IT department for a 180 people business but more from a strategic aspect looking at the ISO accreditations, Systems in use, Data protection, Asset register etc. The first line support is an outsourced 24/7 service which you will over see but nothing to do with on a day-to-day basis.
You need to understand how a small company operates from an IT aspect as you will be reporting into the HR Director, but you are there as the IT Manager for the business. Providing advice and support from the tender team asking for IT questions to be covered (polices on Data protection, security, processes for GDPR storage etc..). Through to HR and Finance looking for better systems to improve the back-office functions.
This is Less hands-on fixing and more strategic leading and pushing the business in the right direction. Keeping up to date with legislation changes but there is an aspect of hands-on work from setting up the new laptops for new starters or replacing broken assets, but the software side / first line support is outsourced.
- Working for a smaller organisation so used to being in a small IT team.
- Used to dealing with Policies, ISO and accreditations
- Proven ability in Office365 and capable of being hands on when setting up new equipment.
- Mixture of home based, and office-based working so full driving licence is required.
You must live and be eligible to work in the UK to apply for this position.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your CV Alternatively you can speak to Phil by phoning (phone number removed).
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