- Information Technology
- United Kingdom - Malmesbury Office
Dyson Workplace Technology Services provides the people and IT process and service excellence to support Dyson’s growth ambitions with a goal of operating and enhancing services over time to meet the changing needs of the business.
Our Workplace Technology Services (WTS) Team exists to:
Deliver world class employee experience through delivery of IT Service Desk, IT Infrastructure collaboration, and end user computer services to Dyson’s global employees (circa 16,000 users)
Drive continual improvement into the WTS processes and operations in line with Dyson’s growth and employee expectations
Establish and maintain strong relationships with the employee and business stakeholders, ensuring regular communication of service requirements, service improvements, risks, service changes, service outages and service issues.
Work with project teams to help ensure new WTS and capabilities are successfully introduced to add value for the business and user community
Deliver service for workplace technology operations that ensure simple and effective solutions for end users
Reporting to the Head of Customer Care, this person is proactive and possesses the experience of driving the best care for internal customers (our employees) of WTS. It is likely that this role will grow to take on a wider Customer Care portfolio across other service lines in DBS.
This role delivers solutions to meet customers’ requirements, improves the way our people work and simplifies access to IT Service Desk and IT workplace solutions. This person will use their IT Customer Service knowledge together with feedback received from internal customers to drive transformation of services leading to increased effectiveness and quality of service provided by WTS.
The objective of the role is to be responsible for the internal IT customer engagement and satisfaction levels, with a core focus on driving improvement in delivery quality and effectiveness, addressing customers feedback and needs. To deliver this objective, the key responsibilities include:
Deliver excellence in internal customer experience and how that can be delivered to employees. Have a customer-first service driven mindset. This includes the quality, timeliness and frequency of communication and should be measured through the lens of the customer, to ensure that perception aligns with reality.
Understanding the experience and needs of internal IT customers, ensuring service delivery is aligned with business needs, prioritising desired and agreed stakeholders’ requirements.
Understand key challenges and goals of each of the main business areas and the role WTS plays in supporting users, executives and the Dyson Family to meet these goals.
Be the local point of contact to raise concerns about WTS service, prioritisation requests and then ensuring these projects, requests and incidents are proactively and successfully executed by the teams responsible. This role should be regarded as being someone who is a “fixer and enabler”. This means ensuring the efficient and proactive coordination of issues, removal of barriers, escalating appropriately, holding others to account, and where necessary, acting as liaison between other parts of WTS, DBS and wider IT functions.
Act as the voice of the customer back in to WTS and DBS, examining and challenging current ways of working, understanding and aligning the WTS service with business needs and driving adoption of WTS change in the business. This requires collaboration with Digital Workplace Solutions to suggest and deliver innovations that will improve experience of end users. This requires working closely with the regional user communities and teams from the business to develop and deliver short, medium, and long-term plans for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of workplace technology services and following up through to completion.
Supporting stakeholders and their teams through periods of technology change. This involves working with Dyson IT Project teams (both within DBS and IT overall), who are introducing new workplace technology services and capabilities, to ensure that business requirements and change impacts have been fully considered throughout the project. This includes user aspects such as useability, reliability, performance and ensuring that business change, communication, user adoption and effective early life support is not forgotten in the process and that this work is done from project onset, not just when the capability is introduced.
Be data-insight driven in assessing and improving the service. Use and leverage other available quantitative and qualitative data sources to help identify initiatives and make recommendations for improvement. Encourage this data-insight approach within the WTS teams.
Identify and review key risks impacting end users and proactively ensure they are being managed and resolved effectively by relevant IT teams and ensure that your customer care ambassadors are managing this effectively within their regions. Hold the service teams to account for successful risk and issue mitigation, where necessary organising proactive additional business and user support required from the service operations teams.
Be continually aware of service performance including real-time service status - key risks, issues, service challenges, changes and KPI performance. Be ready to act on issues and take remedial action.
Over 5 years relevant experience improving Customer Experience, preferably within the IT environment
Confident leadership and a positive attitude
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Proficient with using data to drive decision making and change behaviours
Change management experience
Excellent senior stakeholder management skills, including ability to negotiate, influence decision making, inform about risks, challenges and deliver good news stories.
Advantage if the person has previously worked in a global role
Based at the Malmesbury key site with requirements of frequent travel to other UK offices (e.g. Bristol, London, etc..)
Performance related bonus
Company paid Life Assurance
Discounts on Dyson machines
Competitive pension scheme
Purchase additional holidays
27 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays
Free bus travel to and from Malmesbury campus from Bristol, Chippenham and Swindon
Endless free coffee and tea, and a free lunch
Free on-site hair salon
On-site lifestyle Assist
Electric vehicle scheme
Private Medical insurance for all employees
Employee Assistance Program for employee and dependents
Digital GP and prescription service
Fertility treatment support
On-site gym and sports centre
On-site wellbeing centre
Dyson is an equal opportunity employer. We know that great minds don’t think alike, and it takes all kinds of minds to make our technology so unique. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and employment decisions are made without regard to race, colour, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other any other dimension of diversity.