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    Our client, a residential care provider is looking to identify an experienced Interim CIO to join their business that is going through a divestment. This role requires someone to be mobile across the midlands and the north.

    Reporting to the Managing Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing IT leadership across the organisation and leading on the divestment programme, with a focus of ensuring the solutions proposed or delivered support the overall service requirements.

    You will also be required to work with the wider business to consult and agree how services will be transitioned from the existing arrangements to the new arrangements in a manner that minimises business impact. Excellent stakeholder engagement skills are extremely important here.

    In addition to running the day to day IT operations you will lead the IT preparation work streams for separation and ensure the new way of working is effective in its transition.

    The ideal candidate will be someone who has previously worked in a healthcare setting and been involved in M&A activity or divestment previously.

    We are looking for an inspirational IT leader who fosters a performance culture where all employees can thrive. If you a commercially minded IT professional who is passionate about developing IT solutions for growing businesses, we would love to hear from you.

    Remuneration: £900 per day
    Duration: 6 Months
    Location: England
    Reference: 176356/001_1566486341
    Type: Temporary
    Sector: Healthcare
    Discipline: Information Technology
    Date Added: 22 Aug 2019
    Closing Date: 19 Sep 2019

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