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E-CINS (Case Management System) Project Manager

Cleveland Police HQ
£33,597 – £40,518
Fixed Term (37 hours a week)

E-CINS Project Manager Job Description (MS Word, 80KB)

E-CINS is a web based case management system which provides a central hub for partnership organisations to have real time access to all data regarding individual cases, thereby enabling better, faster and more focused working in delivery. E-CINS has been developed by Empowering Communities, who are a Social Enterprise who create and deliver innovative cloud-based IT solutions and social action networks that have a positive impact on people’s lives.

We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to improve the services provided to victims across a range of agencies by driving the consistent and effective usage of E-CINS in Cleveland. This will include working with existing and new agencies, identifying where improvements can be made, developing and presenting change proposals for senior agreement and implementing the system successfully.

The role will take responsibility for the successful rollout of the E-CINS project, advising and supporting partner organisations on all phases of implementation, ensuring that realistic project and risk plans are prepared and maintained and developing and maintaining processes to ensure quality assurance and continual improvement.

The successful applicant must be able to work under pressure and to strict deadlines, have strong
partnership skills, with the ability to establish excellent working relationships at all levels of an organisation, together with a proven record of problem solving and influencing.

A flexible approach to working will be essential, with the ability to develop new ideas and be willing to adapt to and accept change. The role will involve flexible working hours to deliver service outputs where necessary.

If you are interested in applying for this vacancy please click here to access the Cleveland Police e/recruitment system to
complete your application form.

Your application form must be submitted no later than 11.55pm on Thursday 19 October 2017.

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