End User Computing (EUCS) PICTS Monitor Scheduler
102 Petty France
The EUCS Deployment Function within the MoJ is responsible for delivering IT solutions and products to the MoJ estate and related businesses.
The Regional Scheduler is responsible to manages and reports on the deployment lifecycle for sites within their Divisions. They control communications with sites in scope for deployment, are essential in the checkpoint review process and for updating the Lead Scheduler with site status and escalation points. The Regional Scheduler will be primarily based at HQ in London. Candidates will not be expected to travel.
Principle duties / responsibilities / key objectives
• To be responsible for monitoring the progress of key deliverables and dates within a series of concurrent dedicated migration lifecycles covering approximately 800 National Probation sites and a variety of deliverable products
• To manage and maintain a Divisional Tracker, covering the requirement for Monitors at each site and ensuring that the monitors are shipped to site in accordance with the site scheduled dates.
• Monitoring, revision and submission of Monitor Tracker
• Ensure that sufficient stock of monitors is available to meet demand.
• Dissemination of communications to sites within set timescales in line with the lifecycle where required
• Ensure Site Implementation Managers and schedulers are advised when monitor deliveries have been arranged.
• Understand project interdependencies and schedule site activities accordingly
• To report progress and escalate to the Lead Scheduler as necessary any exceptions and escalations requiring remediation, to preserve the integrity of the deployment schedule and wider programme plan
• Work effectively as a member of the regional and national team
• Perform any other ad hoc duties for the benefit of the project, as and when required
CV Submission Deadline: 15/01/18 @10:00.
• Skilled in information and communications technology.
• Strong organisational skills essential
• Proven customer liaison experience essential
• The ability to plan, monitor, control and report status information
• Security Clearance to Basic Disclosure level
• MS Office Suite
• Strong organisational and analytical skills essential
• Attentional to detail, with a structured, methodical approach
• MS Excel skills are essential
• Experience of large scale migrations and technology roll outs
• Large scale public sector IT programme delivery experience an advantage
• Familiarity with the Government IT Profession and cross government IT policies
• Understanding of the Government and working in the justice system
• Demonstrated awareness of the social, environmental and corporate impact of ICT
• Familiarity with relevant national and international legislation pertaining to the Government/Public Sector IT – e.g. Data Protection Act, Information Assurance policy.