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Global Service Desk Coordinator

Job Title: Global Service Desk Coordinator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
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Salary: €80000 per annum + package
REF: 1564
Contact Name: Chloe Alexandra Winterhalter
Contact Email: ChloeA@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash are currently retained by a global FMCG organisation seeking a Global Service Desk Coordinator to support them through a period of major transition and change. The role will report into a Head of Global Service Desk.

Key responsibilities/mandatory requirements:

  • Overseeing Change management activity
  • Managing outsourcing in different global locations
  • Experience with 3rd party vendors
  • Service manager/ service desk knowledge is mandatory
  • Be responsible for all outsourcing over Europe

The role is based in the Netherlands.

For the right candidate this will be an exciting opportunity to join a growing organisation. For more information please contact Chloea@montash.com or call 0207 014 0230

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