ICT and Digital Transformation Lead

  • Position: ICT and Digital Transformation Lead
  • Location: Flexible
  • Salary: £43,698 (appointed at 95% therefore £41,513 for six months before rising to the full salary)
  • Contract: Fixed term for 2 years
  • Closing Date: 4 July 2022

Fixed term for 2 years


We have offices in Edinburgh, Bellshill, Inverness and Irvine - the closest to you being classed as your place of work.  Cairn operate hybrid working for all office based staff.


The salary for this post is £43,698 (appointed at 95% therefore £41,513 for six months before rising to the full salary).

Cairn Housing Association is a national provider with over 3,500 units in management across Scotland.

We are looking for an experienced individual to fill an exciting role within our ICT and Digital Transformation Team.

Cairn Housing Association requires an ICT Lead to deliver ICT and Digital Transformation strategy. This role will have responsibility for the delivery of new core ICT systems and embed new digital ways of working. We are looking for a person with good digital skills combined with project and change management.

Key duties would include:

  • ICT Support for Cairn Users
  • Project deliver of core system
  • Digital Culture and Change
  • Technical specialist for core systems
  • Change Management

The successful applicant should have an academic qualification in relevant discipline or relevant professional qualification (ITIL).

Travel to other office locations and remote sites, occasionally staying away from home overnight is required for this role.

Please download the job description available on our website for full details on the role.

To apply for this job, please complete an application form online. Should you require any assistance please phone our head office on 0800 990 3405 or e-mail recruitment@cairnha.com.

Please note that we do not accept CV’s.

Closing date: 12 noon on Monday 4th July 2022.

A Basic Disclosure Scotland Scheme check is required for this post.

Cairn HA strives for equality of opportunity in all its activities and encourages applicants from all sections of the community.

A registered Scottish Charity SC(NO):016647.