Birmingham, West Midlands, , United Kingdom
We are currently looking for an experienced Change and Release analyst with knowledge of Release Management and Change Management methodologies and processes in order to benefit the business whilst driving a culture of continuous improvement.
Title: Change and Release Analyst
Location: Bath Row, Birmingham
Salary: £34,200 rising to £36,000 per annum after successful completion of probationary period
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Building relationships is at the heart of what we do. So it’s no surprise we’re so passionate about our people. After all, they’re just as passionate about the communities we serve.
We’re committed to becoming one of the most efficient providers of affordable housing and community investment services. And while we exist to put customers first, create opportunity and enthuse our customers, we also strive to create an ambitious, inclusive place to work, where we recognise that every single one of us makes a difference.
The ideal candidate will be customer focused with the ability to break down issues, develop plans and coordinate activities to ensure successful delivery of IT Services. You will be an excellent communicator, build relationships easily and champion the Services offered centrally.
Reporting to the IT Service Delivery Manager, you will be responsible for planning and coordinating releases, communication strategies, and responsible for the Change Management process and chairing Change Advisory Boards. You will develop processes for managing environments and ensuring they are fit for purpose.
Therefore if you are innovative, and challenge the ways of working to achieve improvement, then we would like to hear from you. In return, we offer a generous reward package and opportunities for development
Closing Date: 13 March 2016
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Midland Heart aspires to be a digital organisation that minimises its impact on the environment. Wherever possible, we will conduct transactions digitally rather than by paper and ask that current and future employees share this commitment. Where required, we will support colleagues to be digitally enabled.
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