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GIS Analyst, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

ICT Digital Analyst

Job ref: S/33/24 Job type: Permanent Location: Cloonavin Salary: SO2 (SCP 28-30) £36,648-38,223 per annum Quantity of Posts Available: One

Closing date: Monday 29 Jul 2024 16:00

Job summary

  • Provide Council digital services solutions across all infrastructure and locations of the organisation, and develop creative future solutions for these platforms.  Develop and manage digitalisation of the Council Asset Management portfolio and provide direct advice on Council’s assets to the HoS, SMT and Council as well as ensure property certificates are completed on time.

  • Provide technical support, training and advice for all Geographical Information applications and promote awareness of the use of GIS to Members, Corporate Services Department, the Finance Service and the Planning Service, Officers and staff through demonstrations and training.  Development of the Digital Services, under the direction of the DS Manager, for Council.  Maintain a high level knowledge of full breadth of technology solutions to drive Digitalisation Strategy and contribute to the overall ICT Strategy.

  • Develop structures and business processes within DS and management of reliable, secure digital sharing across the organisation and to external partners. Assist in the creation, reviewing and updating of ICT policies and procedures and provide direct advice on Digital Services matters to the Digital Services Manager, Head of ICT, HoS, SMT and Council.

  • Act as business partner to a Council directorate, under the direction of the DS Manager, advocating for Digital Services matters to business leaders and devising Digital Services solutions to drive business and service improvement. Architecture of Digital Services under the direction of the DS Manager,  to integrate a range of complex and changing server, security, networking and business continuity technologies.  Ongoing consultation with Digital Services Manager, Heads of Service and SMT on areas which have a very significant impact on Council.  Understand advanced technical implementations to ensure compatibility and interoperability.

  • Ensure that the department complies with all statutory and legislative requirements by adhering to these requirements and working in accordance with good governance and health and safety requirements.

  • Ensure that all responsibilities are carried out in a timely and effective manner and that general confidentiality is maintained in all areas relating to the work of the Council.



Only application forms containing all the information which has been sought will be considered.The shortlisting panel will base shortlisting decisions on the information contained within the Essential Criteria narrative sections of the application form, however Desirable Criteria may be used.  It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide sufficient relevant information including dates in this section of the form for each criteria.

A reserve list may be established in order to fill future permanent and temporary posts that may arise for another similar vacancy within the following 12 months.

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