BIS offering £130k salary for a group director of technology

Sooraj Shah
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The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has already hired two former GDS employees this year as it reshapes its IT team

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is on the hunt for a group director of technology and is offering a salary of £130k. According to a post on LinkedIn, the organisation is...

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