IT Technical Lead – Development & Applications

Permanent @Garniche Jobs UK in IT
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  • Post Date : March 15, 2023
  • Apply Before : April 25, 2023
  • Salary: $7,500,080,000.00 - $80,000.00
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  • Job ID 340012

Job Description

IT Technical Lead – Development & Applications – International Law firm – London, City – Hybrid 3 office 2 home possible.

75-80k + Excellent Benefits

Open Plan offices – Rooftop Garden , Cafe area …

This role will manage the technical Infrastructure and Applications teams delivering operational activities, change and support the Head of Technology to deliver the IT objectives.


Lead and Develop a high-performing Technical team, with the focus on training and personal development through regular reviews and constantly looking to improve team performance continuously.

Support team by hands-on programming assistance if required.

Proven people management and stakeholder management skills.

Project management of new system implementations and assisting other teams in project-related activity when needed.

Provide technical support and guidance to the team and unblocks issues to improve processes, systems and code quality.

Ensure compliance with quality and industry standards for IT and information security.

Manage technical debt and architecture by keeping current and moving ahead with new trends.

Evaluate risk, develop network recovery and backup processes and own the IT risk register for the respective team.

Support the Head of Technology in delivering its strategy and operational needs and act as deputy in absence of HoT.


Ensuring alignment within IT by working with the Head of Technology, IT Service Delivery Lead, IT Trainer and Communications Lead.

Foster partnerships with fee earners, Firm management and business support staff to support the delivery of solutions.


At least 3 year's experience in a relevant role, ideally in a Law firm or a professional services firm .

Highly dependable and able to work autonomously