Stanton House

Digital Innovation Manager

Recruiter
Stanton House
Location
England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge
Salary
£65,000 - £75,000 per annum + competitive benefits package
Posted
15 May 2018
Closes
29 May 2018
Ref
SH7043AR
Contact
Audrey Rieffel
Contract Type
Permanent
Language
English

An opportunity to become a Digital Change Consultant for an industry-leading pharma business, providing essential guidance on the implications of new technology across the business.

This is a great career move for any ambitious digital/technology change consultants looking to make the next step in their career at a global and market-leading company.

To successfully deliver in this high-profile position, you will need to have:

  • Evidence of having worked in the office of the CTO or CIO for a global business.
  • A passion for understanding the ways in which digital technology and general computing tools impact ways of working across different parts of a company.
  • Detailed knowledge of Microsoft products and experience of Office 365 rollouts.
  • Knowledge of the impact of new technologies and different social media platforms on a growing business.
  • Experience in driving the delivery of technology change projects in complex work environments.
  • Evidence of contributing to the communications strategy and hands-on delivery of communications for technology change projects.
  • An ability to contribute strategically to a company's digital agenda.

A little more information about the role:

  • Responsibility for understanding the implications of existing technology and social media use on current ways of working across the business.
  • Responsibility for researching new technologies and ways in which those technologies can improve business partnering.
  • Responsibility for advising on how best to manage the Office 365 rollout from a business change perspective.
  • Responsibility for elaborating on strategic and project documentation.
  • Reporting into the CTO.

If you are interested in the role, please apply below. Unfortunately, we may not be able to respond to every unsuccessful applicant.