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Global Programme Manager- Disaster Recovery

Job Title: Global Programme Manager- Disaster Recovery
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Surrey, Surrey
Salary: £600 - £601 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6+ months
REF: LM001
Contact Name: Lauren Murphy
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Global Programme Manager- Disaster Recovery

Duration 6 months

Pay £600 Per Day

Location Weybridge, Surrey

Industry IT

Montash have been engaged by a global client to secure a highly experienced global programme manager. This individual will be responsible for managing the execution of a Disaster Recovery Plan. Initially 6 month contract, however project has a completion time of 2 years, therefore individual should be prepared for contract extensions.

Candidates MUST-

  • Come from a federated organisational background
  • Have experience in driving a complex programme
  • Have the ability to work to an aggressive time frame
  • Drive Project Delivery: strong change management/ drive and influence stakeholders/ implementation of global change initiatives
  • Be able to deliver against SLA's
  • Experience working at a group level
  • Oversee and ensure the environment is understood
  • Creating a project plan
  • Experience with working with a number of cultures and backgrounds

Apply now for further details and immediate consideration for this excellent career opportunity.

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