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Project Manager - Knowledge and Information Management

Project Manager - Knowledge and Information Management

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Procurement & Supply Chain

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  • Salary:

    £350 - £500 per day

  • Contact:

    Aimee Corley

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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My client, a major central government organisation are looking for a confident, enthusiastic and experienced Project Manager with SC level security clearance to support the Information Security Manager and act as Knowledge and Information Management professional within the organisation (You must already hold active SC Clearance). The role involves developing and implementing an information management strategy, assisting in the deployment of information management solutions and reviewing and updating existing policies and procedures. You will be involved in developing and maintain information retention schedules, ensuring the organisation meets its commitments to the Transparency Agenda and building positive relationships with key stakeholders.

Essentials for this role include experience in a similar role previously and having knowledge, understanding and experience of Electronic Document and Records Management Systems as well as information management trends. You will have an understanding of information classification techniques, proven experience in the development and implementation of information management strategy and a familiarity with the relationship between information management, UK law and regulatory regimes.

Key skills & responsibilities;
·Minimum of SC level Security Clearance
·Experience in a similar role
·Ability to influence key stakeholders at all levels to shape the department's information requirements and engage with teams as a subject matter expert
·Understanding of process of document management and applying standards to data held on computers
·Self-motivated, organised, proactive and innovative
·Strong written and verbal communication skills enabling to share your expertise and experience with technical and non-technical staff