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Delivery Manager / Hybris

Job Title: Delivery Manager / Hybris
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £475 - £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 month (ext)
REF: DMHYBRIS
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email: alexw@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged to source an interim Delivery Manager to Lead and push delivery within the development of their Hybris customer platform.

The role of the Development / Delivery Lead is to be responsible for the technical delivery of development solutions for our clients Customer platform (Hybris). Working closely with the Developers & Scrum Teams you will ensure the teams deliver high quality and innovative solutions for websites.

Passionate about standards, performance and new technologies you will have key involvement in ensuring the technology can deliver against the overall business and IT strategy. Communication will also be key, as you build strong relationships and collaboration with senior key stakeholders and other teams.

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J2EE

Multi-Channel

Scrum

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