IT Change Manager

About the Position

Change & Transformation
Permanent
Ipswich, Suffolk
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum

Job Role

The IT Change Manager’s primary responsibility will be to ensure that all projects and initiatives are well-planned, executed, documented, and well-integrated into the team, department, and organisation. You will be in the middle of everything, coordinating and pulling the projects together to make sure these are delivered successfully. You’ll then be working closely with business stakeholders in order to successfully prioritise the most value-adding change in order to offer the largest business benefit while ensuring project risks are properly controlled. You’ll also be working on compliance and regulatory changes too.

Requirements & Experience

We’re looking for someone who has a track record of successfully completing IT change projects. You’ll need to be able to set up proper governance arrangements and project controls, such as project planning and have exceptional stakeholder management skills.  You’ll also be working closely with the Business Analysis team to ensure standards are maintained and developed so it would be ideal if you have experience with business analysis and process documentation using formal BA tools.

The ideal applicant will have hands-on project delivery experience and be confident working with multiple stakeholders across the business, bringing them on board with the changes and keeping them engaged.


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