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Product Development manager - Perm - up to 70k + Bonus

Job Title: Product Development manager - Perm - up to 70k + Bonus
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum + Bonus, Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Product manager
Contact Name: B Havin
Contact Email: bhavin@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash are currently looking for a Product Development manager (Technical Business Analyst) to engage in Product & Services requirements for a Telecom client.

The successful candidate will lead internal and external stakeholders in the definition, specification, development, implementation, integration, and worldwide deployment of leading edge products and services.

Take the responsibility to develop and deliver the project, implement the plan, identification of issues/risks and options for resolution/mitigation to meet Business goals. Ideally candidates should have good knowledge of networking and proven experience in service-oriented architecture.

This is a permanent opportunity based in the heart of London with a good salary and bonus/benefits.

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