Become a Digital Information and Records Manager in the UK | Work in HM Treasury
Are you looking for an exciting new opportunity to work in UK, making effective use of knowledge, technology, and information to support department decision making, improve collaboration and deliver objectives? If your answer is yes, HM Treasury is looking for you.
HM Treasury is a shortened name for Her Majesty’s Treasury. It is sometimes referred to as the Exchequer, or more informally the Treasury. HM Treasury is the department of the Government of the United Kingdom responsible for developing and executing the government’s public finance policy and economic policy.
The department looking to recruit Digital Information and Records Managers, within Information and Workplace Solutions (IWS) which sits in the Corporate Centre Group (CCG) at HM Treasury. Information and Workplace Solutions (IWS) sits at the heart and is responsible for the Treasury’s knowledge management, information, and communications technology. The Corporate Centre Group provides a wide range of corporate services to enable people at HM Treasury and many of the other organisations who form part of the Treasury to operate effectively and efficiently.
Digital Information and Records Management is a key role in the Knowledge and Information Management team (KIM). HM Treasury recently moved to cloud based services creating the opportunities for new ways of working and opened the use of an exciting range of new tools. Personnel are needed to help exploit this new technology to enable effective knowledge sharing and support evidenced based decision making, improve collaboration and delivery of departmental objectives.
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HM Treasury is proud of a diverse and inclusive work environment, committed to fairness and the promotion of equality of opportunity for all. The department knows that having a range of experiences, ways of working and thinking makes it a stronger organisation, better at developing policy that is reflective of the communities it serves.
The department also embraces different views and experiences and value the fresh perspective that people from a variety of circumstances bring to the work it does. Applications from candidates who have not previously worked for the Civil Service, mid- and late-career changers with transferrable skills, people from all backgrounds and circumstances regardless of disability, ethnicity, LGBT+ identity and socio-economic status are welcomed.
Nationality requirements for becoming a digital information and records manager under HM Treasury Department
Qualified persons from the following groups can apply for this job:
- UK nationals
- Nationals of Commonwealth countries who have the right to work in the UK
- Nationals of the Republic of Ireland
- Nationals from the EU, EEA or Switzerland with settled or pre-settled status or who apply for either status by the deadline of the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS)
- Relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals working in the Civil Service
- Relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals who have built up the right to work in the Civil Service
- Certain family members of the relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals
What are your duties if employed?
If employed as a Digital Information and Records Manager, your duties include:
- Leading the use of HM Treasury’s electronic document and records management systems, as the internal user facing expert on digital information/records management.
- Design and support the delivery of user training to ensure that every member of staff has the right skills and permissions to use the systems.
- Optimise the of functionality of user tools and design and implement new solutions / processes such as a new O365 electronic document archiving procedure.
- Lead the development of the department’s internal network of SharePoint site owners, who manage document permissions and site functionality for our teams.
- Provide regular reporting to line management forecasting and proactively addressing issues and identifying/supporting any required changes.
- Develop and maintain positive relationships with counterparts in other departments, teams in Treasury and the HM Treasury key IT suppliers.
- Ensure system governance through maintaining high-quality policy and guidance documentation, handling business input into change priorities and representing applications on relevant governance boards.
Criteria for employment
You will be asked to prove the following as the criteria for your employment:
- A successful track record working as an EDRM records manager within SharePoint or an equivalent with a good knowledge of the wider Azure environment.
- Your ability to establish ways to find and respond to feedback from customers about services to deliver high quality outcomes that meet the customers’ needs.
- Your ability to establish successful professional relationships with a range of stakeholders and collaborating with these; sharing information, resources and support to develop a common team focus.
- Your ability to maintain performance by acting promptly to reassess workloads and priorities when there are conflicting demands.
Some of the benefits you will enjoy while working under HM Treasury
As a Digital Information and Records Manager working under Her Majesty’s Treasury department, the following benefits among others will be accrued to you:
- Access to a generous Defined Benefit pension scheme with employer contributions.
- 25 days annual leave (rising to 30 after 5 years), plus 8 public holidays and the Queen’s birthday (unless you have a legacy arrangement as an existing Civil Servant).
- Flexible working patterns (part-time, job-share, condensed hours) Generous maternity, paternity and adoption leave packages.
- A range of active staff networks, based around interests (e.g. analysts, music society, sports and social club) and diversity (e.g. women in the Treasury, ethnic minority network, LGBT* network, faith and belief network).
- Access to a cycle-to-work salary sacrifice scheme and season ticket advances.
London (Central), London (Greater)
Full time or part time
£29,320 – £38,000 London – £32,320 – £38,000 / National – £29,320 – £35,000
15th March 2022
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