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IT Project Manager / Swindon / £45,000-55,000k + benefits

Job Title: IT Project Manager / Swindon / £45,000-55,000k + benefits
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Swindon, Wiltshire
Salary: £45000 - £55000 per annum + benefits
REF: 1011100_1495526986
Contact Name: David Meeajane
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

IT Project Manager required to join a large-scale Logistics and Supply Chain company. The organisation specialises in a number of professional services and are looking to improve their IT platform. Due to expansion, the Client wishes to take on new member to join the team.

As project management you will be responsible for the successful delivery of cross cutting projects. At the core of the projects will be the delivery of technology solutions and your focus will be managing the successful implementation and adoption of this technology in the business and clients.

Ideal Candidate:

  • Holds relevant professional qualifications such as Prince 2
  • Strong software experience
  • Proven track record delivering Business Systems, Software and Application projects end to end is essential
  • Demonstrating a confident, credible and accomplished presentation style
  • Able to work at pace whilst maintaining am accurate, high quality output

This is a fantastic time to join a Globally recognised organisation going through an effective transformation, who are continuing to grow and expand. Please click Apply to be considered.

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