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IT Project Manager / Project Delivery Manager

Job Title: IT Project Manager / Project Delivery Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,Bristol
Salary: £40000 - £55000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits
REF: ITP - 17_68980
Contact Name: Michael Beeson
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

This individual will be responsible for leading multiple complex, global IT projects across the majority of the spectrum of IT. As a result, this person will be expected to have a successful track record of the delivery in projects in budgets around £1 million. This person will be expected to have excellent stakeholder management, problem solving and communication skills. Also, this person will be expected to have experience working with 3rd party organisations to ensure the successful delivery of projects, all the way from project planning and any tendering process through to hand over to service and support. This person will be expected to be a self-starter, enthusiastic and keen to progress themselves in a global company.

  • Experience managing complex IT projects
  • Broad background of IT delivery
  • Experience working with 3rd parties
  • Line Management experience desired but not essential
  • Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills
  • Ideally degree educated

This organisation are looking to pay up to £55,000 as a base salary + benefits + strong bonus.

For more information please reach out to Michael Beeson on or 0207 014 0230.

Keywords: IT Project Manager, Senior Project Manager, IT Delivery Manager, Project Delivery Manager, Global Project Manager,

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