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Role Summary Infrastructure Project Manager Information Services Full-time Permanent £46,742 per annum Application deadline: 12pm (midday) on Friday 1 March 2024

Job Description

Are you interested in delivering change to one of the world’s most iconic institutions?

Are you organised, have a can-do attitude and love working with IT technical teams?

Can you break down challenges and create detailed plans?

The British Museum IT department is looking for an experienced, initiative-taking individual with strong technical IT and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent oral and written communication to help drive the Museum’s digital and technology transformation.

The role:

The British Museum is at an exciting phase of its technical development with many older legacy systems and infrastructure being updated. It is also embarking on its new Masterplan to restore and renovate the Bloomsbury site.

In this role, you will get the opportunity to lead and deliver IT projects with a particular emphasis on projects with infrastructure or technical components, as well as lead the IT workstreams within the various Capital projects associated with the Museum’s Masterplan. You will collaborate with stakeholders across the entire Museum, from commercial to curatorial, to deliver a wide variety of IT projects.

Job Requirements

The ideal candidate will have considerable experience of successfully delivering IT technical projects (with a focus on IT Infrastructure and the desirable skill of experience delivering IT infrastructure within capital projects). It is essential that you have outstanding relationship building, oral and written communication skills, are organised and are comfortable communicating with all levels of the organisation.

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage and deliver multiple IT projects simultaneously, ranging in size from extra small to extra-large according to defined project management standards, from inception to completion and final handover to support staff.
  • Plan and manage IT infrastructure and technical activities as required in support of the implementation of key projects.
  • Ensure projects are delivered to agreed time, budget and quality while managing project risks effectively.

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