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IT Analyst

Job Title: IT Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Essex
Industry:
Salary: £32.50 - £33.5 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Month (ext)
REF: ITANALYST01_1492009676
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email: alexw@montash.com
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Skills Required:

  • Industry qualification such as CISA, ISO27001 or similar
  • Confidence / Strength of character to be the successful face of the global IT organisation over which you have influence but not authority.
  • Evidence of relationship building and effective communication at all levels, technical and non-technical
  • Evidence of a customer orientated mind-set whilst being mindful of global/strategic solutions
  • Evidence of time management and prioritization skills
  • Evidence of working with minimal supervision and demonstrating initiative

Skills Preferred:

  • Experience of project control and knowledge of suitable project management methodologies

Experience Required:

  • 3 years professional IT experience in an IT Audit or Controls advisory position

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