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“There is immense pride in delivering technology solutions that improve the way our Officers & Staff work. Improving services provided by ICT means Police Scotland can focus on the service provided to the Public, which will always be our priority.”
Police Scotland is undergoing a transformative programme of technical innovation and is actively seeking ICT Project Managers to help shape, drive and realise this strategically aligned, seismic change.
You will be valued for your contribution in terms of project management in an ICT environment, ensuring ICT Projects are delivered to customers within timescales, cost and quality expectations and that fit with organisational goals, relevant legislation and ICT strategies under the direction of the Head of Service Delivery.
Working across a wide and varied technical landscape, Police Scotland provides opportunities to put your skillset to work, improving the efficiency of our officers by providing mobile access to applications, improving processes and systems performance and providing centralised access to essential information when in the community.
Many of our projects look to rollout national solutions and involve working with Officers and technical and business specialists. Enhanced Cyber and Forensics capability, Data Management and Digital Evidence Sharing capability are key areas of focus and provide exciting opportunities to really make a difference to our front line officers
If you’d like the opportunity to work in one of the largest Public Sector ICT Departments in Scotland, and contribute to our ongoing transformation programme, please see the job description for a full list of role accountabilities, skills and experience required.
You will have a degree in related computer science or software engineering or technical infrastructure discipline. You will be a PRINCE2 practitioner certified or equivalent combined with relevant experience.
There is permanent contract along with various temporary contracts running until March 2023 which can be discussed at interview both require Management Vetting. You will work 35 working hours per week, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
Please find below a list of our ICT locations throughout Scotland. Candidates can discuss their preferred location at interview. The location however cannot be guaranteed and is subject to space being available.
• Aberdeen, Nelson Street
• Dumfries, Cornwall Mount
• Dundee, Rushton Court
• Edinburgh, Bilston Glen
• Edinburgh, Fettes Ave
• Glasgow, Dalmarnock
• Glasgow, FCTC Complex, Helen Street
• Glenrothes, Detroit Road
• Inverness, Perth Road
• Scottish Crime Campus, Gartcosh
• Scottish Police College, Tulliallan
• Stirling, Randolphfield
Full details regarding this vacancy can be found in the attached Role Profile.
Applicants must be a British citizen, a member of the EU or other states in the EEA, a Commonwealth citizen or a foreign national free of restrictions.
You should also have been resident in the UK for a minimum of five years immediately prior to application.
To apply for this job please visit policescotland-spacareers.tal.net.