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Shared Service Performance Manager

Job Title: Shared Service Performance Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Southampton, Hampshire
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Salary: £60 per annum + Benefits
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Contact Name: Chloe Alexandra Winterhalter
Contact Email: ChloeA@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash is currently retained by a Leading Organisation seeking a Shared Service Performance Manager to join their growing business. Our client is looking for an experienced Service Delivery Manager with experience working in a leading retail organisation. The right candidate requires previous exposure to leading large scale projects and teams within complex global environments.

KEYSKILLS:

  • incident management response
  • problem management
  • Local IT security Management
  • Previous experience working with complex IT systems
  • ITIL certified
  • Release management experience
  • Communication skills
  • Key influencing skills
  • Understanding of Support Desk
  • Someone who can act as the interface between Internal IT teams and outward facing IT teams

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