ICT Asset Management Officer
£38,500 - £42,437
We are changing and improving ICT service delivery to our customers. Could you be the right person to help us deliver improved performance as Epping Forest District Council’s ICT Asset Management Officer?
Our district is facing an unprecedented period of growth, bringing changes in demographics, services required, and in the ways, people access those services. The drivers for change are:
• Customers – Building services around the people we serve
• Efficiency – Making the very best of our people, time and money
• Effectiveness – An agile flexible workforce achieving our ambitions and working together and in partnership
This is an exciting opportunity requiring initiative and drive in a fast-moving and dynamic service. As the ICT Asset Management Officer, you would be a key member of the ICT Service Management Team. You would be required to have a strong background in software applications and be able to evidence this in your career path.
Duties include all hardware, software and licensing asset management. You would also be responsible for compliance, procurement and delegated management of ICT budgets. You would provide positive participation and implementation of our ICT digital vision and strategy, delivering ambitious, innovative and forward-thinking approaches.
You must have excellent communication and inter-personal skills, be flexible and highly organised and a good team player. You will be required to deputise for the ICT Service Team Manager and continually improve relationships with other key business areas.
You will take an entrepreneurial approach to identifying and pursuing budget savings and other ways of delivering services which could be used to augment those provided by the Council.
Working collaboratively across the organisation to bring about change and improvements to service delivery within finite resources. Taking collective responsibility for ensuring that all resources are used to the benefit of our residents.
You will ensure the Council meets its statutory obligations and that the highest standards of probity and good conduct are maintained at all times. You will contribute to the wider Management Team and to the management of the Council, working collaboratively across the organisation to bring about change and improvements to service delivery within finite resources.
To be successful you will have previous experience in a software management role with a focus on continuous improvement. You will be degree qualified or equivalent with some formal management software or project management training. Able to demonstrable a track record for delivering, motivating and inspiring staff in the delivery of services or projects. You will also be assessed on how you embody the Council’s core Values and Behaviours.
In return EFDC are offering a competitive salary and excellent benefits package which includes flexible working arrangements and career and professional development.
EFDC is an equal opportunities employer. They welcome applications, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, age or religion or belief.
Post Ref: 2000CBN
Closing Date: Sunday 24th January 2021
Interviews to be held: Monday 8th, Tuesday 9th & Wednesday 10th February 2021
How to Apply
Please apply online via the link provided.