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IT Project Manager

Job Title: IT Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Salary: £500 - £520 per day
Start Date: Within 2/3 weeks
Duration: 3- 6 Months
REF: projectman150817_1502793267
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Leading FTSE 100 client to source a Project Manager who has worked on the delivery of transition and transformation Projects, in particular the migration of Multi Site Contact centres and Retail Technical Solutions. This resource is required to support due diligence/ definition and planning for the UK Network programme initially.

The Role

The IT Project Mangaer will work closely with IT Suppliers, Project Managers and Business Analysts to identify and manage key activities and dependencies required to achieve successful migration.

The IT Project Manager will also develop and maintain project plans and other key project artefacts, managing timescales, resource requirements, milestones, risks, issues, change control and progress.

The client's network is currently outsourced to a third party (T-Systems) including all relevant parts such as WAN, LAN, WIFI, Telephony, Contact Centre, Security, Remote Access etc. Following an RFP process, the clienthas started to commence the negotiations with a preferred supplier (Virgin Media). Whilst negotiations are underway, Due Diligence activity has commenced with Virgin Media alongside Exit planning with T Systems with the intention of commencing exit from the incumbent supplier in Q4 2017, with completion by Q4 2018.

If you would be interested in this role then please apply directly or email me. Please do not apply for the role if you have not had the above experience in the past on a number of different projects.

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