IT and Facilities Manager

Harris Hill
£42.5k per year
Closing date
12 Oct 2020
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A charity based in Central London are looking for an IT and Facilities Manager. This post will be reporting to the Director of Finance & IT, the IT & Facilities Manager role is to manage the charity’s IT systems and the office facilities on site. The post holder will be expected to deliver the charity’s IT strategy both in London across the countries of operation, ensuring premises standards of safety, security and procedure are managed in line with legislation and best practice.

Key responsibilities

  • Managing all IT systems (excluding all software applications) including the relationship with external or third party providers
  • Managing the telephone systems
  • Managing video conferencing and print solutions for all staff
  • Managing all IT hardware, including the purchasing, inventory and disposal
  • Overseeing the delivery of the IT policy and related strategies
  • Managing remote working
  • Overseeing contracts for the supply of services related to the office, i.e. utilities, security etc
  • Management of access to the building
  • Management of the office cleaning contractors
  • Management of ongoing maintenance and repairs
  • Retain registers of staff home working arrangements as relates both to H&S and GDPR                                                      
  • Named as the Responsible Officer
  • Keep up to date on changes in Health & Safety law and advising staff as necessary
  • Working with retained Health & Safety consultants
  • Overseeing compliance with all GDPR laws and regulations
  • Knowledge and understanding of all the relevant policies and their practical application in order to provide advice and support to all staff
  • Assisting the Director of Finance & IT with review of these documents in line with changes in the law or new ethical approaches

Person specification

  • NEBOSH part or fully qualified (desirable)
  • Strong IT skills across a range of platforms and systems
  • Knowledge of current employment law as relates to technical aspects of role
  • Training and advising managers
  • Organisational development and managing change
  • Experience of overseeing compliance with all Health & Safety regulations
  • Knowledge of GDPR and Data Protection Legislation

Closing Date: ASAP

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