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Product Group Manager - End User Computing (EUC) & Cloud Infrastructure

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Recruiter: The Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal
Listed on: 25th May
Location: Victoria, London SW1
Salary Notes: c. £85,000 p.a. plus benefits package
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP

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If the idea of working on a unique historical programme and playing a meaningful Product Group Manager role in the story of our capital city sounds like the kind of challenge you would relish, come and be part of our structure for success.

The Houses of Parliament Restoration and Renewal (R&R) Programme is set to be the UK's biggest and most complex ever renovation programme. Indeed, significant work is needed to protect and preserve this fascinating UNESCO World Heritage site and ensure it can continue to serve as the home of the UK Parliament in the 21st Century. Accordingly, we're looking for people with product management expertise and a real desire to help shape our future  - and improve our current capabilities - to take on this brand new role within our Data and Digital department.

Join us, and your input and expertise could soon be helping to shape our future and lift our current EUC and Cloud environment to the next level, as well as driving a DevOps and agile mindset across our delivery groups. Managing the coordination of multiple product roadmaps, ensuring customer/business need, strategic alignment, delivery to agreed scope, feature and reuse innovation are managed throughout the product lifecycle - you'll be responsible for all of this, and more. Indeed, we'll rely on you to lead and implement the strategy, roadmap and feature definition across the end-to-end life cycle for an array of products.

Leading a diverse, cross functional team of Project Managers, Product Owners, Developers and Engineers comes with the territory too, including providing both line and matrix management where relevant. Managing the delivery of robust, efficient, and secure EUC and Cloud (Azure) infrastructure services, supporting and coach a product delivery team and working with the Commercial team to manage commercial partnerships and introduce and implement new ways of working - all are part and parcel of a high profile role that will also see you deputise for the Head of Digital Services when required.

To succeed, you will need experience in the management of O365 and Azure; IaaS, PaaS and SaaS solutions and managing Intranet and Internet platforms, including active collaboration. You'll also need a proven ability to apply DevOps and agile methodologies and a passion for delivering change through people and technology and evolving great digital products. And, if you have cyber/Information Systems infrastructure experience and/or are used to working and managing an outsourced SIAM provider and resolver groups, even better, although this is not essential.

We are committed to promoting diversity and to equal opportunities in employment. We are building diverse teams and seek to attract and retain talented individuals from a range of backgrounds and cultures to join us on this hugely challenging and important project.

In addition to a competitive salary, we offer 30 days annual leave, a generous pension, discretionary bonus scheme, life assurance and payment of professional membership.

Please apply by submitting a CV and cover letter stating your current salary and benefits, your suitability for the role and if you believe you have any current or potential conflicts of interest relating to this. 

We look forward to receiving your completed application by 12 noon on Monday 13th June 2022.

Successful candidates will be required to complete security vetting to a SC Security level obtained through the Parliamentary Security Department (PSD). Candidates are required to pass these checks before a start date can be confirmed. Applicants should also be aware that, depending on the role applied for, if they have resided outside of the UK for a total of more than two of the last five years, they may not be eligible for vetting.