Design and Capacity Planner - Jobs

Vacancy type
Full time
Quattro Building, Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH

Open only to internal candidates, existing employees or agency placements within Warrington Borough Council

To clarify if you are eligible to apply as an internal candidate, please contact a member of the Recruitment & Vetting Team via or telephone 01925 444157.


At Warrington Borough Council (WBC) we are passionate about public service and delivering consistent, reliable and secure services to our customers.

We are looking for an experienced Designer and Capacity Planner to join the team.

This is a great opportunity to join an innovative team who are creating new and exciting digital capabilities to transform the way services are delivered and supported by WBC. You will be empowered to help shape and drive how we design, build, deliver environment services.  You will be working in a culture of people who are motivated and driven to deliver the best outcomes for WBC, its residents and communities.

The post holder will take a key role in setting up and managing the capabilities, processes and tools required to undertake effective environment management. This will include management and efficient operation of the Council’s Data Centre and communications facilities and all Cloud Hosted solutions ensuring they are fit for purpose and comply with the required standards and regulations.

The post holder will also have responsibility for developing and monitoring the capacity management processes and tools to help us maintain high availability throughout an enhanced period of change.

We offer a great team culture, a supportive working environment, high levels of empowerment and a brilliant opportunity to make a difference.

If you are a permanent WBC employee you will need to apply for this fixed term position as an internal secondment opportunity and will need to discuss this with your current line manager prior to applying.

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Grade 9 £34,538 - £38,237
Closing Date
Monday 12th March 2018