|Salary:||£28,929 to £31,502 per annum (pro-rata) (up to £34,314 with discretionary points) (Grade 6)|
|Placed On:||27th March 2023|
|Closes:||14th April 2023|
Fixed term for 12 months
Interview date: To be confirmed
The IT Project Support Officer will provide support to IT Services projects including the delivery of the SITS Programme, which is an exciting initiative consisting of six projects across the student lifecycle. You will work alongside members of the IT Project Delivery team and several project teams to update actions, deliverables and milestones and raise risks, issues and dependencies through the agreed governance.
You will support scheduling and delivery of project activities, including staff and student events, as well as supporting communication with stakeholders and completing necessary administrative tasks. This is an exciting opportunity to help deliver a strategically important programme of activity which aims to improve the staff and student experience of key University of Bradford processes.
Essential: GCSE English and Maths or equivalent. Proven professional experience.
Desirable: Degree standard education in a relevant subject. PRINCE2 qualified, or equivalent project / change qualification.
Experience, skills, and knowledge
Training in University of Bradford Project Management methodology and processes will be provided.
Rewards and benefits
Salary: Grade 6 £28,929 to £31,502 (up to £ 34,314 with discretionary points)
Pension: West Yorkshire Pension Fund
Annual leave: 25 days / 181.25 hours
Eight bank holidays and five customary days
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