Support Officer -ICT Practitioner SFIA Level 3, Band 6, Temporary Post
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Closed for applications on 16/09/2019 23:59
£24,313 - £26,999
Support Officer -ICT Practitioner SFIA Level 3, Band 6, fixed term until December 2020.
Will be required to work at a technical level within a specific business area of Information Services. May be involved in a supporting role in implementing
small-scale technical projects, dealing with work requests and resolving moderately complex problems, using agreed standards and tools, to achieve a well engineered result
A general standard of literacy and numeracy
A technical qualification or evidence of competency in IT.
Actively undertaking ongoing continuous professional and personal development.
Appropriate degree or equivalent qualification
Competence in using Microsoft Office, Oracle applications, word processing, spreadsheets and database systems.
An active desire to provide effective customer centred services.
Skills and competencies
Very effective IT skills and ability to understand and develop the use of ITC to achieve work objectives.
Numerate and able to analyse business related statistics.
Ability to work methodically and systematically.
Adopts a collaborative approach to work.
Absorbs technical information, when it is presented systematically and applies it effectively.
Performs a broad range of work, sometimes complex and non-routine, in a variety of environments.
Will need to manage multi skilled teams in the delivery of some ICT projects including the organising and delegation of tasks
Physical, mental and emotional demands
Generally works from a seated position with regular need to walk, bend or carry items.
Need to maintain general awareness, with lengthy periods of enhanced concentration.
Works under general supervision. Uses discretion in identifying and resolving complex problems and assignments.
Usually receives specific instructions and has work reviewed at frequent milestones.
Determines when issues should be escalated to a higher level.
Works under general supervision.
Interacts with and influences department/project team members.
May have working level contact with customers and suppliers.
In predictable and structured areas may supervise others.
Makes decisions which may impact on the work assigned to individuals or phases of projects.
Is aware of Health & Safety issues.
Identifies and negotiates own development opportunities.
Has sufficient communication skills for effective dialogue with colleagues.
Is able to work in a team.
Is able to plan, schedule and monitor own work, within short time horizons.
Has responsibility for complex and highly connected ICT, therefore requiring considerable precision and accuracy of support activities to minimise the impact on business.
Dependable, reliable, a good timekeeper and effective guide/mentor to subordinate staff.
We are offering:
A starting salary of £24,313
Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme (or other pension scheme)
A wide range of staff benefits including a competitive annual leave provision
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Closing date for applications is 29th August 2019 at midnight
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