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Project Manager- retail

Job Title: Project Manager- retail
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €65 - €73 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: pm240117
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Global Retail client to source a Project Manager to join a portfolio of digital projects within their stores across Europe

You will work on various projects which could include the following:

-POS projects

-Interactive technologies within stores

-Handheld Devices

-Retail tools within store

-Retail commerce/transactional equipment

You will need to be a "hands on" PM who can hit the ground running and pick projects up straight away. You will need to have extensive experience in stakeholder management and managing technical teams as well as Senior Business Directors.

The Project Manager will not be hands on technical, but will have a grip on technical language and be able to filter the right information.

Ideally you will have retail experience or have worked on a similar Pm role working with In Store Retail Systems

Initial contract until June but with a chance of extension

Project manager / pos / point of sale / in store systems / transaction / e commerce / retail / stakeholder management / retail / prince2 / agile / digital / retail systems

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