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PMO Manager

Job Title: PMO Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Netherlands,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: EC-PMO-R
Contact Name: Dominic Pather
Contact Email: dominicp@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

PMO Manager - Netherlands - Global Retail Client - €€ Negotiable rate - ASAP - IMMEDIATE START

Montash have been given the requirements for an experienced e-commerce PMO Manager, managing the centre of excellence and the execution of projects at a business level.

KEYSKILLS:

  • Multi-strategy
  • Extensive experience within global retail organisations
  • Online/ web e-commerce experience
  • Strong analysis skills
  • Will act as the link between strategic alignment and portfolio execution
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to engage senior stakeholders

This is an URGENT requirement for a PMO Manager, please submit an updated CV for a confidential conversation.

Location: Netherlands

Rate: €€ Negotiable

Industry: Retail

Employment Business: Montash

Posted Date: 09/03/15

 

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