Information Systems Managers (IS Managers) assist and work closely with the ICT (information and communication technology) department to establish and assist with strategy, system and procedure implementation and future planning.
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The IS Manager will oversee the installation, application and back-up of systems to ensure they are functioning at the highest capacity and meet the user’s requirements. The role also requires research and development to gain suitable hardware and software, communicating with suppliers to gain the best price, service and systems. IS Managers are the main point of contact for Technicians, Programmers and Administrators, and the individual will be required to ensure staff are following protocol and security measures. A degree in information technology or related subjects will be required for consideration of the role.
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