We have some exciting opportunities within our technology and change service across a wide range of roles and levels of experience.

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Thank you for your interest in our current opportunities.

Technology and change is at the heart of change initiatives across the county council working with a wide range of services including highways, adult and children’s social care, health, schools, adult education, libraries, highways, trading standards and countryside services, as well as working with partners in the public, private and voluntary sector. It incorporates our ICT, projects and change teams, working together to provide digital solutions, with a wide range of exciting career opportunities whatever your level of qualification or experience.

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The next five years will continue to witness significant changes across the whole of the public sector. But there will still be a need to provide high levels of service to our customers set against the backdrop of reduced budgets, citizens’ changing needs and changing expectations.

With these new challenges will come new opportunities - working with communities to develop innovative approaches to service delivery, innovative use of technology to generate efficiencies; more customer self-service and 'digital by default' services; exploring commercial opportunities to generate income; introducing alternative ways of delivering services and new ways of working.

If you have a 'can do' attitude, strong interpersonal skills, a performance focus, ability to influence key stakeholders and take them with you, have experience of being involved in change projects to a variety of stakeholders’ matched with creativity, passion and resilience then we look forward to receiving your application for posts in one of our teams.

Have a look at the different service areas where we have exciting opportunities below.

 

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Being 'digital by default' enables greater flexibility around where you choose to work from and means that working from home or remote working from another office is one of the major benefits to working for the council. This connectivity can ensure that in extreme weather conditions people can safely work from home instead of risking a treacherous journey.

Northallerton also has great connectivity through the road and rail networks, being close to the A1 but also on the main north / south train line. Technology and change is based at County Hall, which is two minutes' walk from the train station and makes the daily commute much less stressful!

If you live a bit further afield and the commute would be an issue then the options to work from home two or three days a week could be considered, depending on service needs. Due to the digital nature of the functions that T&C perform, many people enjoy the benefits that this flexibility affords.

Projects and Change Services

The teams in projects and change services are responsible for working with all NYCC services to identify, define and plan changes to deliver service improvements and cashable savings.  This includes developing innovative approaches to service delivery, innovative use of technology to generate efficiencies; more customer self-service and “digital by default” services; exploring commercial opportunities to generate income; introducing alternative ways of delivering services and new ways of working.

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Project and change teams work with a range of internal and external stakeholders, including senior managers and staff across the council and partner organisations to ensure the successful delivery of programmes and projects.

Teams in Projects and Change Services include:

  • Projects and Programmes – planning and implementation of projects and programmes, using appropriate methodologies including PRINCE2 and agile, ensuring that they are delivered on time and within budget - working closely with project sponsors, project boards and senior service area managers.
  • Business Change – Provision of business analysis, requirements definition, organisational design, business process improvement and UX design services working closely with service experts across the council. 
  • PMO (Portfolio Management Office) – supports organisational decision making to ensure that we invest in the ‘right’ projects and programmes and provides the organisation with oversight of the entire change portfolio ensuring regular reviews in terms of progress, costs, risks and benefits.

Take a look at our current projects and change vacancies below:

Job title: Business change analyst

Salary: £36,153 to £39,002 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

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Are you someone who has a good understanding of Lean, Rapid Process Improvement and BPR? Are you someone who is aware of local authority policies, procedures and project management? Do you want to work in a highly supportive and successful team?

We are looking for a business change analyst to work in the business change team within the T&C department.

As a business change analyst you will work across all council services to identify, define and plan changes to deliver service improvements and cashable savings. You will require a good knowledge of change management theory and practice and have in depth understanding and experience of using the key tools and methodologies for delivering best practice changes at the council, these will include lean systems thinking, rapid process improvement, BPR and business analysis. You will identify and analyse complex service issues within teams, and cross directorate, this will include interviewing stakeholders, investigating, defining and assessing current working practices. You will also be responsible for leading on work that defines business changes which impact more than one team where savings are likely to be greater than £100,000 p.a. and in some cases will be in excess of £1m p.a. and to objectively challenge current working practices and use of resources (e.g. staff, buildings, technology) by exploring and developing new and radical ways of working to maximise efficiencies and / or significantly improve service outcomes.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Tony Vardy on 01609 797494 or email tony.vardy@northyorks.gov.uk.

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 461 KB)

Job Title: Project manager level 1

Salary: £28,221 to £30,756 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Do you have the ability to deliver successful projects? Do you have a good understanding of the principles of underpinning quality management? Are you someone who wants to work for an employer who promotes flexible working and has your welfare at heart?

Our T&C department are looking for a project manager to work within their highly successful team.

As a project manager you will manage, with direction, the planning and implementation of designated projects and ensure they are delivered on time and within budget. This will involve coordinated project resources through the delivery stages of agreed projects using the council’s established project management methodology. You will produce regular progress reports and identify and manage project risks/issues and work with other stakeholders to develop solutions in response to issues / risks and to manage and control project changes in line with established protocols.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Louise Ryder on 01609 532049 or email louise.ryder@northyorks.gov.uk.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

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Job Title: Project manager level 2

Salary: £36,153 to £39,002 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Are you a project manager? Do you want to work for a mindful organisation that has work life balance as one of its core values?

We are looking for a project manager to work within our T&C department. As a level 2 project manager you will lead on the planning and implementation of designated projects and ensure they are delivered on time and within budget. You will have close and ongoing liaison with the project sponsor, the project board and senior service area managers to design the business case and plan the various delivery stages of strategically important council projects. You will also lead a dedicated project team through the delivery stages of agreed projects, which will involve planning, setting up and monitoring of work streams; planning work stream and project implementation schedules; allocating roles and responsibilities; managing operational activity on a daily basis, using the council’s established project management methodology.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Louise Ryder on 01609 532049 or email louise.ryder@northyorks.gov.uk.

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 465 KB)

Job Title: Senior project manager

Salary: £41,846 to £44,697 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Permanent and temporary contracts available

Are you someone who is innovative and has the ability to oversee the delivery of strategic projects?

Would you like to work for an organisation that is continually looking to improve how it operates its services? Do you have the passion to take our business strategy one step further?

Our Technology and Change department are looking for a senior project manager to lead the implementation of large, complex projects. You will work closely with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, including senior managers and staff across the organisation, to ensure the successful delivery of projects.  Projects include; working with communities to develop innovative approaches to service delivery; innovative use of technology to generate efficiencies; more customer self-service and “digital by default” services; exploring commercial opportunities to generate income; introducing alternative ways of delivering services and new ways of working.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Louise Ryder on 01609 532049 or email louise.ryder@northyorks.gov.uk.

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 281 KB)

Job Title: Business change officer

Salary: £28,221 to £30,756 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Are you someone who has a flair for change management? Are you someone who has knowledge of project management methodologies? Do you want to work for an organisation that is fast becoming an employer of choice?

We are looking for a business change officer to work in our highly successful T&C team. As business change officer you will support the business change analysts and senior business change analysts in delivering change proposals for all services across the council. You will support in the identification and analysis of complex service issues, interview members of staff as part of any data gathering and base lining work as required and generate ideas for changes and new ways of working that maximises efficiency and effectiveness. You will also produce regular progress reports and identify and manage risks/issues.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Tony Vardy on 01609 797494 or email tony.vardy@northyorks.gov.uk.

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 361 KB)

Technology services

Technology services are responsible for the delivery and support of professional services that facilitate the use of technology which under-pins all the council’s services and some of its partner’s services. The current customer base is approximately 7,000 council staff.

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There is a strong commitment to ITIL aligned best practice and a focus on continual service improvement to ensure that customers can deliver robust, reliable services. The team also works with regional and national partnerships on shared technology infrastructure and services.

Technology services also implements a range of technical ICT solutions and business improvement projects some of which are complex in nature.

Teams in technology services include:

  • Service centre: Provision of key service management functions and processes for T&C based on ITIL framework;
  • Corporate systems: The central support and development of the council’s key line of business applications including adult and children’s social care, education and case management systems;
  • Unified communications and security: Supporting a wide area computer network of 170 sites with data, voice and video communications;
  • End user computing: Central management of an estate of over 6,000 tablets, laptops, PCs, thin clients and virtual PCs; and
  • Core infrastructure and applications: Management and operation of the council’s datacentres, core systems and IT disaster recovery capability.

Take a look at our current technology services vacancies below:

Job title: Desktop support analyst

Salary: £19,446 to £21,074 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Do you have experience and the understanding of IT industry best practices and procedures? Would you like to join an organisation that offers ongoing support to employees, encouraging personal development and progression?

We are looking for a desktop support analyst to join our growing T&C service. This is a great opportunity to join a forward-thinking and dynamic department who play a fundamental role within North Yorkshire County Council.

As a desktop support analyst, you will complete service requests alongside other team members, assist with technical matters relating to IT equipment and performing hardware and software installations. You will be proactive in identifying service improvements to increase customer satisfaction and identify areas for improvement within the desktop environment, suggesting pragmatic solutions to the appropriate person. You will follow the quality assurance incident resolution process and assist with the implementation of any service improvement identified, perform hardware and software installations as necessary and act as a point of escalation for junior team members with technical issues requiring further assistance

If you would an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Neil Wattis, principal support analyst, on 01609 533537 or email neil.wattis@northyorks.gov.uk.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 409 KB)

Job title: Systems development officer

Salary: £25,463 to £28,221 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Do you have an IT qualification or experience in an IT environment? Are you someone who is analytically minded and a problem solver? Are you looking for a new challenge and to work with a highly supportive team?

Our T&C department are looking for a systems development officer to join their highly successful team. As a systems development officer you will lead and manage the development and provision of services and to be responsible for the effective operation of key ICT systems ensuring the highest standards of service are given at all times. You will work closely with business areas across the council to understand, analyse and facilitate improvement to business processes aligning them to relevant and effective IT systems, demonstrate expert knowledge of each system’s capabilities and in conjunction with system users and suppliers review functionality to ensure that systems continually meet changing business needs. You will also be actively involved in the selection, enhancement and development of IT systems to support the activities of business areas and ensure they are aligned to T&C's requirements, champion the needs of our customers through the delivery of IT related services, in addition to advocating good use of IT across the council and ensure a high quality second-line support service, supplying expert solutions to problems, in line with agreed service levels.

If you would an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Lorena Phillips on 01609 798189 or email lorena.phillips@northyorks.gov.uk.

Closing date: 2 July 2018

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

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Job title: Systems management analyst

Salary: £19,446 to £21,074 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Do you have experience of data input and retrieving and analysing data? Do you have an understanding of the implications of handling confidential data? Do you want to work for an organisation that offers great career progression?

We are looking for a systems management analyst to join our growing T&C department. This is a great opportunity to join a forward-thinking and dynamic department who play a fundamental role within North Yorkshire County Council.

As a systems management analyst, you will provide administration and management of key council information systems to guarantee their continued and effective operation, you will do this by tightly controlling and managing access rights ensuring the safe, secure and effective use of systems. You will maintain and configure systems to ensure continued and effective operation, provide second-line system support resolving or escalating incidents, problems and requests. You will also ensure appropriate access levels for all system users, validating requests; registering, amending and deactivating accounts and identify dormant or unused user accounts and remove or deactivate where appropriate.

If you would an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Myles Strudwick, on 01609 533680 or email myles.strudwick@northyorks.gov.uk.

Closing date: 2 July 2018

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 227 KB)

Technology solutions

Technology solutions are responsible for taking the councils new and changing service requirements and creating technical solutions that provide their outcomes.

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There is a strong emphasis on creating digital services that both improve customer experience and create efficiencies within the organisation. As well as building new services we are involved in maximising the use of data across the authority including its security, governance and analysis.

There is a strong commitment to compliance regimes including ITIL, ISO 27001 and architecture principles which guide all new development work to ensure the integrity of the councils Infrastructure.

Technology solutions works with all areas of the council to support business improvement projects that vary in scale and complexity.

Teams in technology solutions include;

  • Business partners: Provide the link between the business and T&C ensuring that we understand the current and future requirements of service areas.
  • Enterprise architecture:  Sets the principles that all infrastructure and development adheres to and monitors all new work.
  • Solutions team: Work with the business on new projects to create technical solutions that deliver the required outcomes.
  • Development team: Develop secure and reliable software and integration solutions to meet the business needs, with an emphasis on digital online delivery.
  • Data governance: Oversee the use of Information as an asset across the organisation and support services in meeting compliance requirements and data quality targets.
  • Data intelligence: Automate the production of service reports ensuring data is readily available to the business and using data science techniques provide further analysis.
  • Security: Lead on the technical security of the Infrastructure ensuring that it has technical and procedural measures in place to maintain the councils security posture.

Take a look at our current technology solutions vacancies below:

Job title: Commercial solutions architect

Salary: £36,153 to £39,002 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Are you someone who has successfully lead on solutions architecture? Do you have an awareness of service management best practices and knowledge of change management and risk management?

We are looking for a commercial solutions architect to work within our T&C department. The core focus of this job is to proactively support enterprise architecture activities by creating solution deliverables that guide the developing direction for managing a portfolio of solutions to deliver targeted business outcomes. As a premier advocate of EA, the solution architect will work with multiple business services and effectively manage their expectations and establish priorities.

You will monitor the current-state solution portfolio to identify deficiencies through aging of the technologies used by the organisation, or misalignment with business requirements and make recommendations to replace. You will also analyse the technology industry and market trends, and determine their potential impact on the enterprise.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Andrew Whittaker on 01609 533196 or email andrew.whittaker@northyorks.gov.uk.

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 466 KB)

Job title: Data governance officer

Salary: £25,463 to £28,221 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Are you someone who has a passion for IT? Do you have experience and the understanding of IT industry best practices and procedures? Would you like to join an organisation that offers ongoing support to employees, encouraging personal development and progression?

We are looking for a data governance officer to join our growing T&C department. This is a great opportunity to join a forward-thinking and dynamic department who play a fundamental role within North Yorkshire County Council.

The core focus of the data governance officer is to support the development, governance and performance of data and governance service for the organisation. You will provide data and governance expertise to the organisation to ensure maximum benefit is made from the information we hold whilst maintaining compliance with relevant legislation. This involves supporting the senior data governance officer in ensuring services have robust data governance processes in place ensuring that data quality is high and the maximum opportunities can be taken from business intelligence. You will contribute to the delivery of a high quality efficient service ensuring a customer focus is maintained that is appropriate to the service and manage the day to day delivery of all front line services in accordance with performance levels and standards specified.

If you would an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Jason Geldard-Phillips on 01609 536832 or email jason.geldard-phillips@northyorks.gov.uk.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 465 KB)

Job title: Information security and compliance officer

Salary: £23,111 to £25,463 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

Are you a problem solver who has the ability to find pragmatic solutions? Do you have a good understanding of GDPR, the Freedom of Information Act and the Regulations of Investigative Powers Act?

We are delighted to advertise the vacancy of information security and compliance officer, the position is based within our T&C department.

As an information security and compliance officer, you will provide data management guidance, information and advice across the council on electronic information security. With responsibility for pro-actively monitoring the various security reporting tools used by North Yorkshire County Council, and reporting on any breaches of policy. You will assist with the development and implementation of the cyber security strategy and the cyber response plan and support the organisations development and maintenance of various compliance regimes include BSI 27001, PSN, N3 etc. You will also support the production and circulation of adequate organisational training material to maintain user level awareness of their role in keeping information secure.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Jon Learoyd on 01609 536389 or email jon.learoyd@northyorks.gov.uk.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 507 KB)

Job title: Senior information security and compliance officer

Salary: £39,002 to £41,846 p.a.

Location: County Hall, Northallerton

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Are you someone who has extensive knowledge of Data Protection and Information Management legislation? Are you someone who has the ability to make decisions which may involve difficult choices or considered risks? Do you want to work for an organisation that is fast becoming the employer of choice?

Our T&C service are excited to advertise the vacancy of senior information security and compliance officer.

The core focus of this role is to lead and manage the technical security of the organisation including governance, policy, process and performance. You will provide technical security expertise to the organisation to ensure maximum benefit from their investment in technology whilst also maintaining a secure environment. You will lead on the development and implementation of the cyber security strategy and the cyber response plan. In addition, you will manage the organisations development and maintenance of various compliance regimes such as BSI 27001, PSN and N3. As a premier advocate of technical security, you will work with multiple business services and effectively manage their expectations and establish robust working practices in the use of technology and data, and ensure adequate organisational training is in place to maintain user level awareness of their role in keeping information secure.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role we would very much welcome this. Please contact Jon Learoyd on 01609 536389 or email jon.learoyd@northyorks.gov.uk.

We are no longer taking applications for this role but welcome speculative enquiries for similar roles coming up in the future. Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

We will not accept applications from agencies.

Closing date: 8 July 2018

 Job description / person specification (pdf / 563 KB)

Can't see anything suitable to apply for?

If you are interested in working within our T&C service but can't see a current opportunity that is suitable for you we would still like to hear from you! Please send your a CV including a personal statement in one Word document (not PDF) to resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk. When submitting your CV please include the following reference code in the subject line of your email: SPEC.

It is important that your CV includes: your full contact details (telephone, email, address), full employment history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary), full education history (qualification, grade, dates and place of study), explanation of any gaps in employment. Your personal statement should outline your motivation for applying and an outline of the type of opportunity you are looking for.

Why work for us?

T&C is an exciting, innovative and friendly service to work for with staff committed to supporting services across the council to deliver the best possible outcomes to our local residents.

Our staff are structured into teams providing centres of excellence for the council on key activities including: programme and project management, change management, solutions analysis, coding, security, information assurance, technical architecture, business intelligence, data governance and systems administration.

Find out what our staff have to say about working for North Yorkshire County Council in the following video:

Recently the council’s contact resolution centre also moved into T&C providing further opportunities to push forward with our digital agenda ensuring self-help and automation wherever possible for accessing and delivering council services.

We have recently expanded our commercial activities, helping to generate additional income for the council and building on our very successful schools ICT commercial service which has been providing services to schools for over 25 years. 

We are fully committed to developing our staff and offer graduate and apprentice opportunities as well as providing training and development as they progress in their career. We are developing career pathways across our service to enable staff to move sideways and upwards as they develop. We positively encourage flexible working and provide staff with the technology they need to work from a wide variety of locations and from home.

This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious team during a time of considerable change, and contribute to the challenges and opportunities that exist, both present and future.

If you would like to play a key part in delivering this ambition then we would like to hear from you.

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Robert Ling, assistant director - T&C

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