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Tech Planning Analyst

Christians Against Poverty has helped tens of thousands of people to break free from debt and poverty over our first 25 years. Thousands have seen their lives change forever by being introduced to Jesus Christ. We have major plans to modernise the way we work through our award-winning CAP debt centres, job clubs, life skills and CAP Money training. As the world emerges from the pandemic, we want to help local churches serve twice as many people and are investing significantly in Technology to achieve that.

The role

The new role of Tech Planning Analyst will identify system requirements from across the charity. You will gather together existing requests, manage a new centralised ‘front door’ for new ideas, work with other departments to record the tech aspects of rolling 5-year roadmaps, gather latent demand from ministry teams, improve how we define system requirements, and gather relevant information to help the Tech and Product Teams prioritise, schedule and budget. The role does not involve programming or systems development, but will need an understanding of ‘business analysis’ and working with others to define system requirements well.

Who we're looking for

We are an adaptable team operating in a fast-changing environment. We love technology and helping people do their jobs well. We care for each other and love playing our part in the energising CAP culture. We are dedicated and hardworking, fuelled by prayer, worship, encouragement, cake and tea.

Location

Head Office in Bradford or remote working is available for the right candidate

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For further information, please contact the People & Culture team on 01274 760720 (option 6) or email recruitment@capuk.org.

Information on genuine occupational requirements

You are advised to submit your completed application form via email as soon as possible to have the best chance of being considered. We reserve the right to close the post before the stated closing date where we have a high response rate.

All adults working in, or on behalf of the CAP have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults. This includes: A responsibility to ensure a safe environment in which CAP Services can be delivered. Identify children and adults where there may be safeguarding concerns and to follow the CAP Safeguarding Policy in addressing any concerns appropriately.

Please note that we are unable to consider applicants who do not presently have permission to work in the UK.

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