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Project Manager

Job Title: Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £350 - £400 per day
Start Date: 12/10/2015
Duration: 6 Months
REF: MITPMT
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email: mitchellf@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Project Manager - £350 - £400 - Contract - 6 Months - London - IT

Montash have been engaged by a global retail organisation to secure a highly experienced Project Manager focused on the Infrastructure and Project Management.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working with global retail companies on various levels including both a Project Manager and Infrastructure Engineer, concentrating on Infrastructure within stores and utilising your expertise to understand and then solve the issues and problems the store is going through.

Key Skills:

  • Retail background.
  • Project Management experience.
  • Infrastructure Engineer experience.
  • Experience of managing all Infrastructure within stores.
  • Service Delivery management.
  • Stakeholder management and engagement skills.
  • Second to none communication skills.

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