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IT Business Manager

  • Posted April 24, 2024
  • £65000 - £75000 per annum + <11% pension, 30 days holiday, health
  • West Malling, Kent
  • Permanent

IT Business Manager / Junior Chief of Staff

West Malling- 2 days per week onsite

c£75,000 base (doe), + benefits

We are looking for a highly commercial and strategic individual to join us in a newly create role as a Senior Business Manager / Junior Chief of Staff role. Sitting firmly within IT & Technology and reporting directly in to the Chief Technology Officer (CTO), you will operate as their trusted advisor and right-hand support. You will be a self-starter, able to work autonomously under your own direction, and be able to handle sensitive commercial information appropriately.

As Business Manager you will help to shape the future services offered by technology, ensure smooth operation of the division by breaking down inter-departmental silos, identifying operational efficiency, support budget process and financial planning, resource allocation and recruitment, and drive innovative and streamlined processes.

Applicants should know that this is a very strategic and high-impact role which requires strong commercial and financial awareness, deep understanding of business strategy and excellent communication skills promoting the focus, outputs and successes of the Technology division.

Key skills and experience you will be able to demonstrate:

  • Previous experience in a similar strategic advisory capacity to senior leadership/ CXO’s.
  • Prior experience working within an IT function previously.
  • Strong commercial focus, easily able to demonstrate examples of identifying and driving improvements in operational efficiency.
  • Strong commercial finance- budget management and financial planning and tracking.
  • Good project management skills.
  • Executive level reporting and presentation skills.
  • Proven background in supporting and driving business strategy.
  • Excellent stakeholder management

This is a great opportunity to play a key role, front and centre in the technology function, driving its evolution and growth, through a large period of transformation, which in turn will drive the onward growth of the company. Alongside a competitive annual salary you will gain exposure to, and work consistently with a wide range of director and C-Suite personnel. You will be able to work flexibly working (2 days per week onsite) and be eligible for a range of other flexible benefits.


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    Interim Information Compliance Officer

    • Posted April 22, 2024
    • £350 - £400 per day + via umbrella
    • Bristol (Hybrid)
    • Permanent

    Interim Information Compliance Officer

    Bristol (Hybrid, 1 day a week in office preferably, 4 days WFH)

    6 months initially (potential for extension).

    £350 – £400 a day via Umbrella

    I am working exclusively in partnership with a major organisation in Bristol to hire an Information Compliance Officer on a contract basis.

    You will be joining a strong collaborative team to work across data and information compliance.

    Overview of Responsibilities

    • Data Impact Assessments
    • Advising on data sharing agreements
    • Advising and reporting on data breaches
    • Handling Subject Access Requests
    • Responding to ad-hoc queries

    Desirable Skills and Experience

    • Experience in a similar Data / Information Compliance position in a complex organisation
    • Experience in a Public Sector, Local Council or Higher Education environment highly desirable
    • Experience of DPIAs, dealing with low level data breaches, advising on data sharing agreements and FoI requests all desirable

    If you are interested in this position, please apply below or send your CV to [email protected]

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      Overhead Line Engineer

      • Posted April 16, 2024
      • Negotiable
      • Edinburgh
      • Contract

      The key duties & responsibilities will be:

      – To act as discipline overhead line engineer for major 400kV, 275kV and 132kV Transmission projects, working as

      part of a multidiscipline project engineering team.

      – To take on a Lead Project Engineering Role on some Projects, leading on engineering governance and the

      coordination of all Engineering Disciplines.

      – Act as the point of contact for overhead line engineering and represent engineering at key strategic, commercial,

      programme and site project meetings.

      – Support and assist others in the project team around managing engineering risks and utilising opportunities for

      the project to excel.

      – Engineers provide technical support and expertise throughout the life of projects and are supported by a

      Senior Overhead Line Engineer on technical aspects and report into an Engineering Manager.

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        Leadership and Management Development Consultant

        • Posted April 15, 2024
        • Negotiable
        • Chelmsford
        • Contract

        Please find job description as below:

        Role: Leadership and Management Development Consultant

        Duration: 6 Months Contract (inside IR35)

        Location: Chelmsford /Hybrid

        Start: ASAP



        • Lead the design and implementation of leadership and management development solutions, to ensure they are future-focused, relevant, innovative, cost effective and aligned to functional business plans.
        • Responsible for externally procuring, as appropriate, the design and delivery of specific programs, providing the necessary contract management and quality assurance.
        • Deliver agreed leadership and management development solutions (e.g., specific events). This may include executive coaching, facilitation, delivery of highly energised workshops, or consultancy advice to ODP and/or other teams in the organisation to identify tailored solutions.
        • Supports the implementation of our Talent development strategy, ensuring the Talent needs identified across the organisation are properly addressed through our leadership & management development initiatives.
        • Responsible for establishing robust leadership and management development impact measurement for any of the programs/initiatives designed and implemented, able to utilise people insights and evidence of impact on performance (individual and organisational).
        • Explore and develop collaborative approaches to strengthening leadership and management capabilities across the wider Essex County, to support the delivery of the Essex Vision, developing key partnerships when appropriate.
        • Work collaboratively across People & Transformation to build an aligned and relevant service for the organisation. To work in close collaboration with the People Business Partnering teams to support the design and implementation of cross-cutting programs.
        • Specific individual and shared targets and objectives are defined annually within the performance management framework through engagement in professional supervision.

        The Experience you will bring-

        • Strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to deliver at pace.
        • Significant technical expertise in Leadership and Management Development (from executive development to entry level positions), balanced with an ability to pragmatically execute relevant programmes.
        • Proven ability to solve complex problems, conduct research/break new ground, develop new applications, and provide expert support for other practitioners.
        • Sound expertise in designing and applying impact evaluation to leadership and management development programs, with a bias towards evidence-based practice and use of people insight to design interventions.
        • Practical experience in learning and business needs consulting, able to guide stakeholders through a shared and collaborative decision-making process, working at all levels within a matrix organisation.
        • Confident facilitation and delivery of workshops, events, or development interventions, with the ability to create engaging content.
        • Strong diagnostic, problem solving, and analytical skills; ability to think strategically.
        • Ability to focus on critical issues to balance and respond to competing priorities.
        • Demonstrated ability to manage complex projects that cut across multiple services and teams, from inception through completion.
        • Coaching qualification desirable

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          Facilities/Stock Coordinator

          • Posted April 11, 2024
          • Negotiable
          • Stoke-on-Trent
          • Permanent

          Job Title: Facilities/Stock Coordinator

          Location: Stoke-on-Trent

          Salary: Competitive

          Our client is currently seeking a Facilities/Stock Coordinator to join their team and play a vital role in ensuring the efficient operation of their facilities and stock management processes.


          • Oversee inventory levels of supplies, equipment, and materials
          • Regularly check stock levels and reorder as necessary to prevent shortages
          • Ensure accuracy and completeness of paperwork when ordering stock
          • Maintain and update stock information on the Configuration Management Database (CMDB) for efficient tracking
          • Compare received items against orders to verify accuracy and address discrepancies promptly
          • Perform essential repairs and maintenance tasks such as plumbing, electrical work, carpentry, and painting
          • Conduct routine inspections of facilities to identify maintenance needs and address issues promptly
          • Coordinate with specialised contractors for more complex repairs or projects as needed
          • Welcome visitors and direct inquiries to the appropriate departments or individuals
          • Manage incoming and outgoing mail, including sorting, distribution, and organisation
          • Schedule appointments, meetings, and conference room bookings efficiently
          • Assist in organising events, meetings, and conferences, ensuring necessary supplies are available
          • Provide administrative support such as data entry, filing, and document preparation
          • Aid in office moves, furniture arrangement, and space planning as required
          • Ensure compliance with health and safety regulations within the workplace
          • Monitor security systems and procedures to safeguard the premises and its occupants
          • Act as a point of contact during emergencies and coordinate responses effectively
          • Provide courteous and professional assistance to employees, visitors, and clients
          • Address and resolve facility-related issues or concerns promptly to maintain a positive working environment
          • Maintain accurate records pertaining to stock levels, orders, and expenses to facilitate informed decision-making
          • Generate reports and documentation as necessary for management or regulatory purposes
          • Identify opportunities for enhancing stock control processes and procedures to optimise efficiency and minimise costs
          • Implement improvements to streamline inventory management practices and enhance overall operations

          Education And Experience Requirements:

          • Experience in facilities management, maintenance, or a related field
          • Experience with stock control, inventory management, and/or purchasing
          • Experience in customer service is advantageous
          • Proficiency in basic maintenance tasks such as plumbing, electrical work, carpentry, and painting
          • Familiarity with inventory management software or systems for tracking stock levels and orders
          • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, for interacting with colleagues, visitors, and external vendors
          • Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail for managing multiple tasks and priorities effectively
          • Problem-solving skills to identify issues and find practical solutions
          • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as collaboratively within a team
          • Flexibility and adaptability to respond to changing priorities and handle unexpected situations
          • Professionalism and a positive attitude in providing customer service and representing the organisation

          **Our client is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate based on age, sex, colour, religion, race, disability, or sexual orientation**

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            Mailroom Consultant

            • Posted April 8, 2024
            • £500.00 - £550.00 per day
            • London
            • Contract

            Mailroom Consultant

            Location – Remote with occasional travel to UK sites
            Rate – £500 to £550 (overall assignment rate to umbrella)
            Contract Length – 3 months

            Key Skills:

            • Need to be a specialist in this particular field – mailroom & print with enterprise content management – this person essentially needs to be an SME in this field.
            • Understand and advise on how enterprise content management will fit in with mailroom and print services, how will these tech components fit in with the mailroom and print services and what implementation will look like?

            Must haves:

            In depth knowledge of:

            • highland alfresco
            • Opentext vignette (VRD)
            • ISIS Papyrus
            • Understand mailroom and print practices with enterprise content management
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              Business Case Draft Consultant

              • Posted
              • £350 - £500 per day + Via Umbrella
              • Hybrid with 2 days per week in Canary Wharf
              • Contract

              New Contract role for Business Case Draft Consultant working on a digital service project.

              Key skills required:

              • Must have experience drafting and managing 5 case model business cases.
              • Working knowledge and understanding of public sector governance and assurance best practice, frameworks and methodologies.
              • Strong communication skills and ability to engage with senior stakeholders

              Desirable skills:

              • Digital experience
              • Understanding of complex major programmes
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                Mailroom & Print Admin-ECM

                • Posted March 27, 2024
                • Negotiable
                • London
                • Contract

                Sanderson is working in partnership with a major Client in the UK. We are currently recruiting for Mailroom & Print Admin-ECM to be London based out.

                Job Title= Mailroom & Print Admin-ECM

                Location = London /Remote

                Duration= 3 months Initially

                IR35 Status: Inside


                Key Skills:

                • Need to be a specialist in this particular field – mailroom & print with enterprise content management – this person essentially needs to be an SME and will guide on transferring these services from the incumbent supplier to client.
                • Understand and advise on how enterprise content management will fit in with mailroom and print services and how will these tech components fit in with the mailroom and print services and what implementation will look like.
                • Will need to have in depth knowledge/understanding of –
                  • highland alfresco
                  • OpenText vignette (VRD)
                  • ISIS Papyrus

                Sanderson committed to barrier-free and inclusive recruitment. We are a Disability Confident recruiter, and a RIDI 100 and Business Disability Forum partner organization.

                Should you choose to contact Sanderson regarding this role or apply for it, all personal data you submit to us will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Notice which you can find on our website.

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                  Compliance Manager

                  • Posted March 26, 2024
                  • £65000 - £70000 per annum
                  • Bristol or Cirencester (Hybrid)
                  • Permanent

                  Compliance Manager

                  Full Time, Hybrid (2 days a week in either Bristol or Cirencester)

                  12 Month FTC (Potential for extension / Permanent)

                  £65,000 – £70,000 + Benefits

                  Our client, a FTSE 100 Financial Services firm, are looking to hire a new Compliance Manager who will be responsible for understanding, monitoring and promoting regulatory requirements related to People Governance. You will use your experience to make judgements and challenge decision making – this is a varied hands-on position in a first line role where you will act as a trusted point of contact for employees.

                  This role would be perfect for someone with a strong background in financial services compliance (ideally an understanding of SMCR) who has managed teams or has great relationship building skills looking to join a varied role.


                  • Ongoing management of the certification process, including updating the FCA Directory with population changes and assessment of roles.
                  • Leading all aspects of the onboarding and annual Fitness & Propriety assessment process.
                  • Provide training to new certification regime starters, and ownership of Conduct Rules training to the wider employee population.
                  • Ensure Conduct Rule breaches are identified, recorded and reported to regulatory timelines.
                  • Line management of two junior employees.

                  What We’re Looking For

                  • Experience in a compliance role within a financial services environment
                  • People management experience
                  • An understanding of FCA / PRA handbooks would be a huge bonus
                  • Strong communication skills and the ability to build relationships with key stakeholders and effectively advise on key compliance decisions
                  • SMCR experience is a bonus but wider compliance experience definitely considered

                  If you are interested in this role, please apply below or send your CV to [email protected]

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