Business Systems Manager

About the Position

Ipswich, Suffolk
£55,000 - £60,000 per annum

Job Role

Reporting into the IT Director and with several direct reports, this role will take responsibility for the overall management of the suite of business-critical systems requiring a mix of technical understanding, planning and the ability to recognise operational context to deliver a first-class service to a wide range of users and departmental stakeholders.

The aim of the role is to have a single point of contact with responsibility for prioritising and scheduling change requests whilst retaining a wider understanding of the IT strategy, prioritising accordingly.

Requirements & Experience

You will be comfortable liaising with the technical development team, senior managers and stakeholders with a solid understanding of the software development lifecycle. You’ll need to have experience in working closely with developers and the ability to understand both technical and operational requirements. The ideal candidate will come from a Business or Systems Analysis role, or via the software development route too.

This is a senior role for the business and you’ll also have the chance to bring some new ideas to the table and be part of the continued growth of the business moving forward.

Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Health Insurance
Team Lunches
Nights Out
Work From Home

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