ICT Project Support Officer

University of Lincoln
February 12, 2023
Offerd Salary:£21,630
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Contract Type:fixed term for 10 mo
Working Time:Full time
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ICT Project Support Officer PMO and Architecture

Location: Lincoln Salary: From £21,630 per annum Please note, this post is fixed term for 10 months, and full time at 37 hours per week. Closing Date: Sunday 12 February 2023 Interview Date: Tuesday 28 February 2023 Reference: CS4050E

The University of Lincoln is a place of high ambition. We are a University looking to the future where we serve and develop our local, national and international communities by creating purposeful knowledge and research, confident and creative graduates and a dynamic and engaged workforce.

The ICT Department has a headcount of 80 with an operational budget of approximately £6m and is responsible for the provision and support of ICT services across all departments and colleges of the University. The University is now extremely reliant on digital services and tools in every area. The effective and efficient operation of the ICT services is critical to the success and continued operation of the University. Development of new and existing services and systems is required to support the achievement of the University objectives.

This role is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and organised individual to join a team who sit at the heart of delivering new ICT services and keeping existing services up to date and fit for purpose. The ICT Project Officer will work closely with the Project Managers to ensure effective delivery of a wide portfolio of projects. They will also work closely with the ICT developers and infrastructure analysts as well an engage with project stakeholders across the University.

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