IT Leader / IT Manager (global business with local feel) REF 1029

Published
May 30, 2022
Location
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Category
Job Type
Salary
55,000
Benefits
Possible 45 days holiday per year depending on experience. Flexible working. 30 days holiday, plus bank holidays, plus 6 flexi days. Pension: 10%. Westfield corporate rates, onsite physio and sub canteen Secure corporate environment of 85,000 people.
Work Hours
Hours: 39 hours per week - 8am – 4:30pm Mon – Thurs & Fri 8am – 3:30pm Core hours:  9:30 - 3:30pm
Education requirements
None specific
Qualifications
None specific
Industry
Manufacturing
Contact number
0113 357 2045

Description

You will be an IT Leader that is comfortable building relationships across a global IT function.  You will also enjoy managing a small team and your personable team management skills will be motivating and supportive.  The role is predominately focused upon policy, procedural and team management but with the added requirement to work on projects that could range from SAP/Applications such as Skype or server & Cloud.

  • IT qualification (university or college) or equivalent management experience of no less than 3 years
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • SQL skills are only desirable
  • Good communication skills.
  • Good written and numerical skills.
  • Ability to organise and prioritise workload, maintain confidentiality, and produce/process documents accurately.
  • A flexible approach to work, along with the ability to work as part of a team.

Responsibilities

IT LEADER

Key Responsibilities: (from a management perspective)

  • Management of 2 people (one in Sheffield the other in Hereford) providing end user support for the UK sites with help of the ticket system (1st level & (2nd level), 2nd & 3rd level is provided by the global IT)
  • Helping the team to assigning software to UK clients (Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager [SCCM])
  • Managing the team in terms of correct processes to follow when providing support for end users with technical media solutions in conference rooms and meeting areas (hands on)
  • Managing the monitoring solutions and solving backup problems (management)
  • Management of policies and procedures re hardware support
  • Senior Administration/management and maintenance of the local IT infrastructure g. UPS, AC’s
  • Provide management guidance on preparing laptops for new employees, replace old or faulty hardware, upgrade memory etc
  • Managing the policies re servers and lifecycle of old hardware, create and monitor installation requests, replace faulty fan /disk etc
  • Manage the team to provide network support and assign IP addresses, connect local hardware to network, basic fault finding
  • Manage printers - basic fault finding, replace old or faulty hardware
  • Manage Phones / mobiles / hand scanners / and other IT hardware - in line with global policies
  • Administration
    • IT asset management
    • Assigning UK clients and UK hardware to the Active Directory
    • Assigning UK clients to DHCP
    • Creating procurement requests for IT hardware and contracts

Skills

Person abilities:

  • Build relationships with internal stakeholders - globally
  • Used to sizeable organisational structures and policies
  • Management of a small team with some hands on duties when people are off on holidays/sick

Projects:

  • Server replacement
  • Telephone ISDN line to new systems
  • Migrate some systems from Hereford to Sheffield
  • Cloud and server farm tech migration/upgrade
  • Global projects - Skype / TEAMS

 

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