Debt Resolution Data and Systems Officer
£38,364 - £40,833
OneSource Debt Resolution are seeking to appoint an experienced Data and systems officer..
This position is responsible for managing, maintaining, and supporting the information and communication technology (ICT) systems used by Enforcement Agents to enhance the execution of court orders and related tasks. The successful candidate will ensure that ICT systems are reliable, secure, and fully operational . You will be responsible for Promoting a dynamic and collaborative approach to the development and implementation of business improvement projects and programme and project management in order to deliver on organisational priorities.
You will be required to demonstrate experience in ICT systems ,project and programme management and experience in managing allocated budgets in order to deliver specific projects. The post holder may be required to supervise staff for specific projects.
28th November 2023
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