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CRM Programme Manager

Job Title: CRM Programme Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bristol, Bristol
Industry:
Salary: £650 - £750 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: CRM225
Contact Name: Mathew Wale
Contact Email: matheww@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

CRM Programme Manager - Bristol - Contract - 6-12 Months - IT

Montash have been engaged by a large utilities client based near Bristol who are looking to engage a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Programme Manager.

The client is looking to engage someone on a 6 to 12 month project which has the likelyhood to be a 3 year piece of work.

Key Skills

  • Must have strong and proven experience with Microsoft Dynamics.
  • The client is not looking for experience within SAP or Oracle.
  • Ideally a background within wholesale or something similar.
  • Experience within the utilities sector is preferred.
  • Experience of end to end programme experience of programmes over £20 million.
  • Experience with CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems.

If you feel you may be suitable for this position and would like to know more, please send your CV through.

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