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Internal Client Services - IT Services

Professional opportunities

Our support team is known as Internal Client Services and the scope of their activities covers every one of our UK offices. The department is split into seven distinct areas: Human Resources, Go To Market, Finance & Legal, Shared Services, National Quality and Risk Management (NQRM), IT Services and Property & Corporate Services. The department is home to some 2,000 professionals who live, breathe and deliver the Deloitte experience.

Our IT Services department recruits into the following areas:

Architecture

The Architecture team take care of everything from business processes through to physical infrastructure to roadmaps to meet the needs of the business. They are responsible for assessing new requests, ensuring that change is consistent with the roadmaps and is delivered in a maintainable and cost effective fashion.

Finance & Administration

The Finance & Administration team is responsible for the activities required to support the rest of the IT functions. It includes IT Finance, Software Licensing Compliance, IT Vendor Management, IT Contracts and IT Administration.

IT Risk & Security

The IT Risk and Security team is responsible for managing risk, policy, and compliance for our IT systems.

Business Relationship Management

The Business Relationship Management team is responsible for proactively managing the relationship and communications between the service lines and the IT Services team. They are the first port of call for new requirements.

Projects & Applications

The Projects & Applications team are responsible for the delivery of new IT systems and services, as well as any significant changes to existing systems and services. They operate to cost, time and quality criteria determined on an individual project basis.

Service Operations

The Service Operations team is comprised of two teams: one in the UK and one in Switzerland. These teams deliver day-to-day operational services to support our business activities.

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