Information Management & IT Officer (IMITO)

  • Full time
  • £29,850
  • Edinburgh, with hybrid/remote working options
  • Closing 30th January 2023


  • Advertised from 5th January 2023
  • Permanent,37 hours per week.

Role

Are you looking for a meaningful role with a public sector organisation which has a clear purpose, vision and values and which makes a tangible difference to people’s lives in Scotland?

Would you enjoy taking a leading role in developing and maintaining an organisation’s IT systems?

Would you like to influence how a small and growing organisation manages its information?

Are you empathetic, respectful, committed to fairness, diversity, equality and inclusion and honest and transparent in your dealings with others? Would you like to join a team of like-minded people and work with an organisation that genuinely cares about the people that come into contact with it and about your welfare and wellbeing? If this is you, we’d love you to apply.

We are ambitious about the future and we are committed to being a great employer and really effective at what we do. We value people and we know that our work matters.

If you’re interested, please read on.

The Ethical Standards Commissioner is responsible for investigating complaints about the conduct of MSPs, Councillors and the board members of public bodies. We also oversee how people are appointed to the boards of public bodies.

Find out more about us here.

As Information Management and IT Officer (IMITO) you will assist the Head of Corporate Services in the development and maintenance of our IT systems, website and records management procedures.

As IMITO, you will be responsible for:

Providing IT support to the office and managing our IT systems

Liaising with our IT support partners.

Developing and maintaining, or contributing to, our policies, procedures and documentation relating to IT activity

Researching and implementing sound cyber and information security arrangements

Developing and maintaining, or contributing to, our records management policies and procedures

Managing our website

Liaising with a range of external parties to ensure our systems are properly managed.

You will have the opportunity to build this new role and make a real impact on how we operate.

Find out more about the role description and selection criteria.

The successful applicant will have a successful track record of providing IT support and managing IT systems in an office or equivalent environment and using one or more website content management systems. They will have the ability to plan and organise and analyse and present complex information. They will also share our values which are that we act ethically and with empathy and we value people.

Application notes

To find out more and apply please visit our website

Closing date: noon on Monday, 30 January 2023.