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Chief Information Officer

  • Job reference: 40044
  • Location: Oxfordshire
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Start date: Not specified
  • Contact: Not specified
  • Sector: Technology Leadership
  • Salary: £70000 - £75000 per annum + Package

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Chief Information Officer - £70,000 - £75,000 - Oxfordshire

A leading charity are looking to appoint their first Chief Information Officer to help build and transform their IT Team. This role would suit someone with a public sector/not for profit background, eager for a challenge.

Main purpose of the job:

  • Oversee the development and transformation of the organisation's Information Technology strategy and related programmes/ initiatives, which should be aligned with the organisation's wider strategic objectives
  • Build a new, fit for the future departmental structure for the existing organisation IT team and also relevant associated teams/ individuals (who currently sit elsewhere in the organisational structure) and then manage this new department and its associated budget of circa. £2 million to £3 million
  • Ensure that the organisation has in place the necessary systems and related procedures to best deliver its services in a rapidly changing world
  • Work with stakeholders across the organisation to understand their requirements of technolog and ensure that they are fulfilled.
  • Promote new appropriate technologies and challenge how the organisation goes about its work
  • Strongly advocate for the use of technology wherever it makes sense to apply it and be key in helping others throughout the organisation realise how technology can improve what they are delivering
  • Champion a shift in data culture to make the organisation understand that data is one of the key assets for the organisation and that its use should be maximised, while adhering to the relevant regulations.

The ideal candidate:

  • A background in the public/not for profit sector would be ideal
  • Experience of restructuring/transforming an existing IT department within a public sector/not for profit organisation
  • The ability to spot areas where IT can be used to improve current processes in an organisation
  • Experience of liaising with multiple stakeholders within multiple business areas
  • A track record of successfully managing and developing IT teams

If you feel that you'd be a good fit for this role, please apply within.

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