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Deployment Lead

Job Title: Deployment Lead
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Salary: £0.00 per annum + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Months
REF: J9971_1507550376
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 11 days ago

Job Description

Deployment Lead required. A Deployment Lead is required by one of Montash's key clients in the West Midlands. The Deployment Lead will be supporting the ongoing digital transformation for an exciting new area of the business.

Deployment Lead will be responsible for the delivery of eCommerce Business Readiness deliverables within the UK market. The Deployment Lead will support programme communications and engagement in the market, while also coordinating across functional process delivery within the UK, ensuring cross-functional alignment.

The Deployment Lead will define change approach definition and deployment. The Deployment Lead will define retailer communication approach and internal communication approach and support UK First Line in all retailer communication delivery.

The Deployment Lead will determine training needs and mobilise global and UK training teams to deliver them. In addition to this, the Deployment Lead will manage the dedicated PMO resource.

If you are a good fit for this then please apply ASAP.

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