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Head of Software Delivery

Job Title: Head of Software Delivery
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Industry:
Salary: £85000 - £110000 per annum + PACKAGE + BONUS
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8453_1499183319
Contact Name: Melissa Baldwin
Contact Email: melissab@montash.com
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

My client, a financial services business who have their customers at the forefront of what they do are looking for a Head of Software Delivery to join them on a journey of large change and transformation.

Within this role you will not only be a part of the wider IT team you will be part of the Leadership team and working alongside the CTO and CIO making business critical decisions in Test, Environment Management, Platform and ATM teams. A large part of the role is to help with the business' transformation so any experience within DevOps, Cloud and Agile would be very beneficial along with a background in a regulated environment.

If you are looking for your next challenge on a permanent basis I would love to speak with you.

Please get in touch ASAP.

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