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Office 365 Project Manager

Job Title: Office 365 Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: ASAP
REF: Office365ProjectMan
Contact Name: Jordan Shearn
Contact Email: jordans@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash have been attained by a leading organisation to source and secure a highly experienced Office 365 Project Manager to manage the full project lifecycle from feasibility to implementation and go-live of Office 365 to 3,000+ UK users.

Engaging and influential, experience in working with stakeholders expressing outstanding communication skills.

  • Budget management ensuring revenue maximisation.
  • Detailed project planning from feasibility through to implementation.
  • UK wide travel.
  • Previous experience in overlooking an end to end Office365 deployment project.
  • Retail experience would be advantageous.

This position will report into the IT Business Partner and matrix into the Programme Manager.

Office365 / Project Manager / Microsoft Office / Cloud / Retail / Microsoft Office 365

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