Regional Systems Specialist - South West, 12 month FTC
Due to the continued growth and our commitment to investing in state of the art technology we are now looking to recruit a Regional Systems Specialist. As Regional Systems Specialist you will play a key role in driving forward the national rollout of new systems across the business.
Working regionally, you will be responsible for coordinating the deployment of these new business applications to facilitate the company achieving strategic objectives.
- Planning and Coordination of deployment
- Input into project meetings and planning
- Training all Branch staff – Branch Managers, Care Coordinators, Carers to use and operate all aspects of the Access solutions applicable by job role
- Subsequent post go live support and assistance to include review and adoption of weekly performance reports.
- Work in line with existing business policies and procedures
Who You Are
Previous experience of successfully training colleagues, ideally with IT systems is essential. You will have the ability to prioritise and work under pressure, as well as possessing excellent stakeholder management abilities.
This position covers the South East region and involves travel to various locations. You will need to be a self-starter with the motivation and work ethic to plan your own diary effectively. You will also need a full UK driving license and access to your own vehicle.
£22,500 - £27,500 P.A + Car Allowance.
Did you know that Helping Hands are the only care company in the UK to be a winner in the annual Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards, a list of the Best Places to Work in 2018
Founded in 1989, Helping Hands Homecare is an award-winning provider of live-in and hourly visiting care. We have experienced unprecedented growth over the last 10 years and are currently one of the fasted growing live in care companies in the UK. We are committed to providing the best level of care to our customers and equally to employing and developing the best people to share in our continued business growth.