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Partner Support Analyst - Hampshire - £250-£260 per day

Job Title: Partner Support Analyst - Hampshire - £250-£260 per day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hampshire, England
Salary: £250 - £260 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: AA-45852145_1504771660
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Partner Support Analyst - Hampshire - £250-£260 per day

The Partner Support Analyst will lead, support and provide techno managerial expertise to the project team. Ensure prioritisation of operational stability and service availability. Assist to define, break down project scope and to manage the project tradeoffs. Collaborate with key technology partners to drive forward improvements in Project

Key Skills needed:

  • Has previous knowledge and experience of Office 365 - this will be rigorously explored in the interview
  • Has Powershell skills (written and configuration)
  • Managed minor change (design and implementation)
  • Able to support the Solution Architect (rather than rely on his knowledge to help them)
  • Needs to be a self-starter, work to deadlines, manage his own workload and think outside the box
  • Provide documentation of work undertaken Ideally be certified for O365 (nice to have)

If you are available for a new challenge then please call me on 0207 014 0239 or email me on

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