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ICT Programme Manager

Leeds City Council

Type: Full Time

Advertised from: 2018-06-12

Closing date for applications: 2018-07-01

Salary: £33,871 - £39,219

Reference Number: 28746

Project Manager

You will lead multi-disciplinary teams in the planning and delivery of high profile ICT projects, managing projects including LAN/WAN upgrades, op systems migrations and app delivery - all with a collaborative, team spirit.

ICT Project Manager

Grade K. SP1 – 4 Salary £33, 871 – £39,219 (Pay Award Pending)

Based In Leeds City Centre

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority is seeking to strengthen its Implementation team which oversees a range of ICT projects through its Corporate Technology Strategy. These projects are delivered in partnership between the Implementation Team and ICT team.

The role

The ICT Project Manager is a key function that will support on the delivery of the Corporate Technology Projects, which is an essential part of the Corporate Transformation Programme. You will:

Lead the planning and delivery of high profile ICT projects;
Lead multi-disciplinary teams;
Manage a range of ICT projects including (but not limited to) LAN/WAN upgrades, Operating System migrations, delivery of Applications and upgrades
Lead on the development of requirements to achieve strategic business outcomes;
Engage with a wide range of stakeholders to ensure their requirements are being met;
Have a collaborative working style and be a team player;
Help to deliver projects on time, to quality and budget in a fast moving project environment;

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an exceptional person who wants to play a leading role in reshaping our local economy and forging better futures for millions of people.

That’s precisely what is on offer at West Yorkshire Combined Authority where a £1bn Growth Deal has put the Leeds City Region at the forefront of the Government’s Northern Powerhouse delivery agenda.

The Combined Authority brings together districts partners, the business community via Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership and also takes in the former Passenger Transport Executive (branded Metro). Overall, the Combined Authority covers a population of around 2.5 million people and represents the largest economy outside London.

For more information about the work of West Yorkshire Combined Authority please visit

West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s aim is to attract people from diverse backgrounds building an inclusive culture, we welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, race, gender, religion or beliefs, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation. In return we can offer a flexible and encouraging environment that will allow you to achieve your best work/life balance and career goals; with a range of benefits including a local government career average pension scheme and a fully funded travel MCard (zone 1-5). We are committed to enabling working parents to progress their careers and will consider requests for flexible working patterns and job share arrangements.

Please note: Whilst it is our policy to recruit at SP1 for all appointments, each role has career salary progression, with incremental increases applicable in most cases on an annual basis.

To submit your application form online please visit

Given the high volumes of applications we receive we are unable to respond to all applicants, therefore if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of the closing date please assume that on this occasion you have not been successful.

Candidate information will be retained by West Yorkshire Combined Authority for 6 months unless you make a request for this to be deleted.

The above post is not a Leeds City Council vacancy and has been advertised on behalf of the relevant organisation. To apply please follow their application instructions.

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