The implementation of a comprehensive IT system throughout a large company is a massive undertaking that requires a highly skilled and specialized team behind it. Programmers, developers, hardware technicians, project managers, help desk workers and the managers overseeing the individual elements of the project all add up to a significant portion of a company’s workforce, and they need to be led strategically by someone on the board whose responsibility is solely with them. That person is the IT director.
The IT director creates an IT strategy from the board’s overarching strategy and projections, and works closely with his or her immediate IT managers to ensure the project is delivered. As a board member, he or she may have some access to the company purse to ensure complex IT projects are adequately resourced, but keeping a lid on costs is always a key responsibility; IT budgets spiralling out of control is a common story in business and the public sector.
At board level, an IT director could have little experience in dealing with information technology, but will build a team of managers to oversee the work. However, if you have experience of managing IT projects to a senior level, you could be the ideal candidate for many companies whose boards rely on the IT director’s expertise and counsel to inform them of the opportunities and limitations of the technology.
Primarily, your job as IT director is to oversee the delivery of either single IT projects or an ongoing series of projects as designated by the board, and your success will be judged on your performance in delivering projects on time and on budget. This can be a highly responsible job, often at the cutting edge of technology, and managing budgets can be difficult. However, with successful implementation, the rewards can be great.
Cast UK only recruits at managerial and director level, and because we recruit only in a small range of sectors, we can offer a specialized service to clients looking for IT directors. The partnerships we have formed with some companies means they barely need in-house recruitment consultants, such is the trust they place in Cast UK to deliver.If you are an IT director looking for an excellent package, or
an IT manager with designs on taking your skills to the very top of a company, call us today on 0333 121 3345 because we might just know of a company looking for an IT director who fits your profile.
An administrative county of England that was abolished in 1974, East Suffolk was combined with West Suffolk and Ipswich to form the new county of Suffolk in East Anglia.
Evidence from archaeological sites suggests that people have been living in the region since the Neolithic Age. It was also occupied by the Romans for around 300 years. One of the most important ancient sites in the UK - Sutton Hoo - dates from the 6th century and contained an Anglo-Saxon ship burial and a number of other artefacts that are now on display at the British Museum, in London.
From the Middle Ages, the region's economy was mainly based on building boats, as well as rope and sail making. During the 16th and 17th centuries, East Suffolk also relied on salt making and the wool trade, while a number of mills were also opened, at least one of which was operated by the tides and is still in working order today.
These days, East Suffolk's economy is mainly service-sector based. The Port of Felixstowe is the UK's largest container port, while companies based in the area include Birds Eye frozen foods and OrbisEnergy.
To find out more about the IT Director opportunities in East Suffolk, contact Cast UK today.
Our team of recruitment consultants specialise in the procurement, logistics and supply chain sectors and we have an extensive understanding of the various employers and qualifications that are required for each vacancy.
We'll work with you to find the right role for your skills and abilities and we can also provide advice on how to get your career on the right track. In addition, our regional specialists can give you information on the level of salary you can expect to receive in a particular location, as well as who the top employers are.
To find out more about how Cast UK can help you find and recruit candidates within East Suffolk or source a new job in East Suffolk then contact one of our consultant team on 0333 121 3345.
£20000 - £24000 per annum
Our client is a manufacturing business in East Manchester, looking to recruit a Payroll Officer into their existing Finance team.
Lockhart Catering Equipment specialise in supplying high calibre and unique products through their superior brands, providing customers with innovation, inspiration, and differentiation.
Up to £25000.00 per annum
: Our client is a leader in their field and one of the fastest growing businesses at the moment.
£40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
Our client, is a fast growing e-commerce business looking to recruit a Distribution Manager to join their operation.
£40000.00 - £50000 per annum + Benefits
Excellent new opportunity to join an expanding manufacturing operation to bring innovative and fresh ideas to testing operations.
£40000.00 - £65000.00 per annum
:The successful candidate will manage and maintain the safety systems and arrangements within a large-scale Distribution Centre for a well-known leading retailer, Responsibilities include:Managing a team od two H&S professionals to ensure best pract...
Up to £40000.00 per annum
Cast UK are supporting our client, who is a leading logistics business, in their recruitment process of a Health and Safety Manager.
£25000.00 - £28000.00 per annum
Cast UK are currently supporting a growing business in their recruitment of a Stock Controller, based at their site in Cheshire.
£35000.00 - £40000.00 per annum + plus benefits
:The successful candidate will provide additional support between the Head of Finance and the Finance Team, ensuring timely and accurate data and developing and mentoring the Finance Team.
Cast UK are working in partnership with Bunzl Catering Supplies, the leading distributor of disposables, packaging and hygiene solutions to the hospitality and catering, public sector, education, and healthcare sectors in in the UK.