|Recruiter:||NHS Blood and Transplant|
|Listed on:||9th April|
|Salary/Rate:||£45,753 - £51,668|
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Environment & Infrastructure Manager
£45,753 - £51,668 pa plus HCA allowance where applicable
Location: National by agreement at one of our main sites
Creating an IT environment that's fit for the future
TECH CHANGING | LIFE SAVING | CAREER MAKING
At NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT), our ambition is to ensure that more people receive the organ transplants they desperately need, receive the right blood transfusions at the right time and get the best specialist support and products to save or improve their lives. Doing things better depends on more innovation and greater flexibility, particularly in the area of IT. Digital, Data and Technology powers every aspect of our work, from building and maintaining a large and loyal donor base to matching organ donations with recipients, to enabling the blood manufacturing process and, ultimately, supporting high-performing operations.
About the role:
Joining our Blood Technology Product Centre, you'll look at the bigger picture to ensure we have the IT capacity we need, when we need it. You'll create a robust, scalable platform technology strategy that ensures our technical environment and infrastructure aligns with current and future requirements. This means understanding the needs of diverse technical and business stakeholders, as well as assessing dependencies, risks and issues. Working closely with different delivery teams, as well as third-party suppliers, you'll ensure that builds, patches, data refreshes and daily management of our environments are fully planned and co-ordinated so that we can develop, test and runour products and services and therefore realise our blood technology modernisation programme.
We are looking for candidates who have significant environment management experience, who have a digital, agile mindset along with a positive and can-do attitude. We want you to play in ensuring in understanding our needs as a product team and setting our development, testing and operations team up for success.
You'll have the capacity to analyse complex technical scenarios combined with the ability to negotiate with different teams. Although this is not a hands-on software development role, you will need to understand the development and testing lifecycle and ideally have a degree or related professional qualification to underpin your practical experience. We will also look for you to:
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation that genuinely cares. We care about your future progression and development, so we will support you with sector-leading training and development opportunities. We care about your emotional wellbeing, so we will provide you with a genuinely friendly and supportive workplace in which you are free to be yourself. We care about your future, so we will take care of your long-term finances with a competitive pension scheme. And most of all, we care about your happiness - so we will ensure you have a great work/life balance, access to the most interesting projects, and plenty of annual leave. Join an organisation that is committed to doing the right thing for every patient, donor and employee. Join NHSBT.
We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace and aim to reflect the diverse communities we work with and positively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.
Closing date: Monday 3rd May 2021.
Interviews are expected to be held week commencing 10th May 2021