Systems Administrator (Finance Team) – Kearsley (M26 1GG)

Head Office

Posted by mydentist on 12 May 2015

Reference: IDH5_ID8295

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Role purpose:

Overall central administration of the Proactis Procurement System ensuring that the business is supported  through day to day routines as well as planned and reactive system management.




Role Accountabilities:

User Support

  • Provide technical support to Purchase to Pay team, practices and other end users of Proactis
  • Assist in development of Proactis and system upgrades
  • Manage starter & leaver user administration
  • Update Proactis System for business restructures as and when required
  • Maintain the Proactis system for new acquisitions and disposals


KPI’s / Management Information:

  • Produce and issue reports as required by the business
  • Support Purchase To Pay with ad-hoc and structured reports as required
  • Support internal & external audit compliance requirements and control guidelines


Training Support:

  • Produce simple but concise user guides for specific processes
  • Update the Proactis User Guide as and when required


System and process control:

  • Maintain system controls ensuring adherence and compliance to IDH Policies including Financial Limits and Delegated Authorisation policy 
  • Maintain Proactis system ensuring adherence to both system administration and finance authorisation policies and procedures
  • Support the expansion of Proactis throughout the IDH Estate


Person Specification:

  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills including VBA and complex formulas (essential).
  • Working knowledge of system administration
  • Basic understanding of IT department support routines and procedures
  • Strong analytical skills with a logical and methodical approach to issues
  • Good communication skills and ability to interact with colleagues at all levels
  • Be able to present technical solutions in a user friendly manner
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Good understanding of a purchase to pay process is desirable but not essential