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PMO / Project Manager

Job Title: PMO / Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bucharest,
Industry:
Salary: €400 - €500 per annum + Expenses
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 24 months
REF: PMO232
Contact Name: Mathew Wale
Contact Email: matheww@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

 

Montash have been retained by a telecom giant to source highly experienced PMO / Project Managers for a large Revenue Recognition / System integration programme.

The role can either be based in Bucharest or Budapest, it will involve a lot of travel. All travel expenses will be covered by the client.

The ideal candidate shill has the following skills/experience:

  • Revenue recognition
  • SAP
  • A strong background in Telecoms

 

English will be first language upon the project however it will be beneficial if you can speak;

  • Turkish
  • Greek
  • Dutch

 

The programme is at mobilisation stage, so please apply as a matter of urgency.

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