Enterprise Architect and Change Manager
Department: IT Services
Salary: £51,034 to £60,905
Closing Date: Sunday 08 September 2019 at midnight
Interview Date: See advert
Full-time, permanent role
Salary is £51,034 - £60,905
Location - York
Annual Leave entitlement for this role is 35 days plus 8 days bank holiday and Christmas closure days
Situated in the heart of the historic city of York, and with roots dating back to 1841, York St John University has a long and proud tradition as a distinguished higher education provider. Our success is founded on the quality of academic teaching and research, our thriving campus environment, our professional and pastoral support, and our values of an inclusive, innovative and ambitious community with a strong sense of belonging.
ITS (Innovation and Technology Services) is the University's IT directorate, responsible for the maintenance and onward development of IT Services that support the Universities business needs and the development and design of innovative new services in support of the University's Digital Strategy.
This is a leadership role, reporting into the Chief Information Officer, and is accountable for developing and delivering business and IT strategy. The role will lead on the creation of the University’s strategic enterprise architecture approach and take responsibility for developing specific elements of the University’s enterprise, business and technology architecture. The role will drive change management practices and will work closely with and influence key stakeholders across the University and as part of high profile and strategically critical projects.
The role will oversee the management of the Information Security function, giving guidance and developing staff. The role is responsible for defining and establishing security processes and policies for the University.
If you thrive working in a complex environment, where your ability to navigate organisational challenges are as developed as your skills as an Architect, this is an exciting opportunity for you to make a real difference in a fantastic and forward thinking organisation.
An initial shortlisting exercise will take place and candidates may then be progressed to a selection event which will comprise of a formal panel interview, a presentation and meetings with team members. Candidates will be provided with the presentation title and supporting materials two weeks prior to the selection event.
The selection event will be held during the week commencing 9 October 2019 (tbc).
Closing Date: 08 Sep 2019
Category: Professional Support