Birmingham 2022 are looking for an experienced Cluster Results Implementation Manager who will be responsible for the planning, implementation, testing and operation of venue-based results technology infrastructure and services for a number of sports at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The RTS function is responsible for working collaboratively with several Games Partners to deliver results services but will work most closely with Longines and the Results Information Systems supplier. The role-holder will work within a team responsible for the whole chain of results delivery from acquisition to diffusion.
The salary range for this role is £45,000-£55,000.
- Work closely with the Timing & Scoring (TSR) and Results Information Systems (RIS) partners to design, plan, implement and manage results services for a selection of sports within the Commonwealth Games programme.
- Act as the primary Technology representative and subject matter expert within the Organising Committee for all matters related to results services for a selection of sports.
- Act as the single point of contact for the planning, delivery and operation of all results services across a cluster of venues and sports.
- Develop sport results plans for the delivery of results technology services for each assigned sport.
- Plan the installation and delivery of timing and scoring equipment for each sport in conjunction with the Timing Scoring & Results provider.
- In collaboration with the RTS team, develop and execute comprehensive testing plans for results applications for a selection of sports
- Prepare and maintain RTS project plans and schedules for implementation and decommissioning activities.
- Work closely with RTS Management to confirm readiness of results equipment and services for the start of competition for both test events and games-time.
- Manage the end-to-end delivery of competition results services at venues
Skills & Experience Required
- Due to the specialist and bespoke nature of systems and applications used for results services at the Commonwealth Games, previous experience at a similar multisport or elite-level sport event with equivalent systems and applications is essential
- Experience working with Results applications and/or information systems deployed at major sporting events
- Possesses an understanding of sport processes and rules at an international elite competition level
- Proven record of delivering project objectives within a complex, zero error tolerant, time critical, technology, sport or event project environment
- Experience with integrated multi-sport results systems and applications used in Commonwealth, Olympic, or equivalent level games
- Understanding of software development and testing lifecycle processes
- Fluency in the Olympic Data Feed protocol and development processes
- Familiarity and experience working with the Olympic Results and Information Services (ORIS)
This position is subject to a Basic criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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