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Deployment Planner – Release Management

Reference
VAC-4269
Contract Type
Permanent
Sector
Banking & Finance, Digital, IT
Location
Gosforth
Salary
circa £33,500, plus a great range of benefits.
Expiry Date
24/05/2017
It’s important to plan ahead!

Job Description

Virgin is well known for doing things better and we are constantly on the lookout for talented, imaginative and smart people to help deliver success. We are working hard to offer a real alternative to banking as usual – a bank that aims to make everyone better off; our customers, colleagues, company shareholders, corporate partners and the communities we serve.

 

As part of ‘building a better kind of bank’, IT has gone through a period of change, developing a new strategy, improving processes and procedures and enhancing technical capabilities. We are now seeking to attract a new Deployment Planner to strengthen our team. You will help ensure that Business, IT system and infrastructure changes are planned, assured and successfully implemented, with adherence to governance. You will also contribute to our automated deployment capabilities through provision of SME deployment knowledge to feed into release pipelines. You can make a real difference to the organisation within this role, as you will be given opportunities to support the Release Manager in delivering larger scale change.

 

We’re looking for someone who is uber organised, with the ability to plan and coordinate a range of deployment activities as instructed by the Release Manager. You’ll need to have experience in creating automated release deployments, or have had some exposure to them and be aware of the benefits in using release automation. Analytical in nature, you will be reporting on progress, issues, risks and impacts, so you must have a keen eye for detail and be able to present evidence in a succinct way. To be great, you’ll need to demonstrate exceptional relationship management skills, as you will be delivering information across a wide range of stakeholders and influencing these stakeholders when making technical decisions. It’s essential you’re a proactive person as you’ll need to monitor costs, timescales and resources used, and take action where these deviate from certain boundaries. It is important that you remain vigilant throughout and identify any problems or risks which may arise, allowing us to maintain and exceed given targets.

 

We need someone who can be flexible, as you will sometimes be required to work outside of standard hours.

 

Think we’ve got your future career planned out? Apply now.

Our aim is to nurture a skilled, diverse and committed workforce where every individual – regardless of background – can share our purpose, reach their potential and be rewarded appropriately for their contribution to our success.

 

This role is available on a permanent basis, based at our Gosforth office.

 

Salary circa £33,500, plus a great range of benefits.