IT and Information Security Manager

Could you lead the design, implementation and delivery of IT and Information Security (IS) for a large cancer research department in the world-leading Medical Sciences Division of the University of Oxford?
We’re seeking someone to be responsible for the strategic direction, development, delivery, and management of IT services for the Department of Oncology and its integrated clinical trials units. Driving an effective and compliant information security culture and practices within them is an extremely important aspect of this role. It also manages and leads a small team of local technical and customer service staff, working in close collaboration with Medical Sciences Division IT Services, a key IT support and network provision partner for Oncology.
Some of our IT systems are ready for replacement and there is scope to consolidate the provision of shared IT needs. If successful you would assess current and future IT and IS needs, review current provision and bring about ongoing key developments to the Department’s IT infrastructure, strategy, policy, practice and governance. Key to this is continual development of how IT requirements are enumerated and met to provide ongoing flexibility and security to add maximum value to our research.
To be considered for interview you will need to demonstrate examples of strong strategic management and customer service skills, with the ability to lead successful change, in your application.
This full time appointment is for 2 years with the possibility of renewal and is available immediately. As part of Oxford University, the Department of Oncology values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. We are proud that our commitment to women in STEMM has been recognised by our Silver Athena Swan Award.
You must apply for this vacancy online where you will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement explaining how you meet each of the selection criteria. You can find further details and apply for this role at the link below.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 15 May 2017.

Closing Date: 
Monday, May 15, 2017 - 12:00
Department of Oncology
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