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Digital Information and Records Manager

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Digital Information and Records Manager

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  • Sector:

    Knowledge & Information Management

  • Job ref:

    DR - 26542

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  • Salary:

    £29,970 - £38,500

  • Contact:

    Daniel Rose

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Digital Information and Records Manager

·        Salary; £29,970 - £38,500

·        Contract Type; Permanent

·        Working pattern; Full Time, Part Time, or Job Share (flexible working hours can be accommodated)

·        Location; London / Darlington / Norwich


Are you interested in playing an important role in a key government Department that offers an exciting opportunity to be part of the decision making that affects the whole of the UK? Sue Hill Recruitment are delighted to be working in partnership with HM Treasury, who are seeking a highly motivated individual to join their Knowledge and Information Management team.

Knowledge and Information Management (KIM) play a crucial role as part of the wider business solutions team, operating as specialists who enable the department to maintain high standards of information management. This is an exciting time to join the team, as we are developing a new digital review and transfer system and you will have the opportunity to play a leading role in this.

What you will bring to the team:

As an experienced records manager, you will lead and shape the next iteration of Treasury’s digital records, as we are developing a new digital review and transfer system. You will use and develop your collaborative working skills as you lead on the training for our site owner network, and champion the use of SharePoint EDRMS to all users.

HM Treasury are looking for you to demonstrate a blend of specialist knowledge and experience, alongside the skills and abilities that underpin the role. Through the assessment process, you will be asked to demonstrate:

·        A proven track record of maintaining high information management standards, in a KIM or similar role

·        Ability to use customer feedback to find and deliver continuous service improvement

·        Collaborative working skills with a range of different users

·        Adaptability in a fast-paced work environment, capable of managing conflicting priorities

The Darlington Economic Campus is a pioneering new cross-government hub which will bring together people across departments and public organisations to play an active role in the most important issues of the day. The work of the Campus will make a real difference to people both UK and internationally. There will be substantial career opportunities and exciting prospects - a career at the Campus means you will be working at the heart of Government, with access to the benefits and fantastic opportunities offered by the civil service.

Some of the Benefits HM Treasury people love!

·        25 days annual leave (rising to 30 after 5 years), plus 8 public holidays and the King’s birthday (unless you have a legacy arrangement as an existing Civil Servant). Additionally, we operate flexitime systems, allowing employees to take up to an additional 2 days off each month

·        Flexible working patterns (part-time, job-share, condensed hours)

·        Generous parental and adoption leave packages

·        Access to a generous Defined Benefit pension scheme with employer contributions.

·        Access to a cycle-to-work salary sacrifice scheme and season ticket advances

·        A range of active staff networks, based around interests (e.g. analysts, music society, sports and social club) and diversity (e.g. women in the Treasury, ethnic minority network, LGBT* network, faith and belief network)

If you need any reasonable adjustments to take part in the selection process, please tell us about this in your online application form or speak to the recruitment team.


HM Treasury’s recruitment process is underpinned by the principle of appointment based on fair and open competition and appointment on merit, as outlined in the Civil Service Commissioners’ Recruitment Principles.