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Collaboration Programme Director (Office 365 suite)

Job Title: Collaboration Programme Director (Office 365 suite)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: South London, London
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Salary: £600 - £601 per day
Start Date: Monday 24th October
Duration: 3months
REF: CollaborationP
Contact Name: Jordan Shearn
Contact Email: jordans@montash.com
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been acquired by a leading Retailer who are looking to secure a Collaboration Programme Director (Microsoft Office 365 suite).

  • Responsible for the definition and roll out of the collaboration strategy in alignment within the overall IT Strategy.
  • Partnering with Stakeholders in Group, regions and countries, serving as the coordination point between business process & IT.
  • Deployment of Microsoft Office 365 portal, information & governance covering all (MS SharePoint, Yammer, Skype/Skype for Business).
  • Adoption Prospective

  • Excellent knowledge of relevant Microsoft solutions (MS SharePoint, Yammer, Skype/Skype for Business)

  • Excellent stakeholder and relationship management

  • Flexible and adaptable to a wide range of delivery scenarios

  • Solid technical and business change delivery experience

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