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Technical MDM Project manager - Hampshire - 3months

Job Title: Technical MDM Project manager - Hampshire - 3months
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hampshire, England
Salary: £480 - £500 per annum
Start Date: as
Duration: 3 Months
REF: AA-13248824_1505119115
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Technical MDM Project manager - Hampshire - 3months

I've have been engaged by a leading organisation, who require a Technical MDM Project manager for a 3-month contract based in Hampshire.

As the Technical MDM Project manager, your required to manage the extraction and cutover of data from a Legacy Technology to a Cloud based solution.

you will be extracting data from Oracle Customer Hub (OCH, Siebel CRM) so extensive experience and knowledge of this is compulsory. You will be required to work with the SI partner to manage this cutover so you will also need proven SI management and third-party supplier experience.

Required skills:

  • Good understanding and knowledge of Customer Master Data Management and have experience of working with Data from a back-end position
  • Can deal well with ambiguity, a high-hitter, resilient and a quick thinker
  • Proven SI management and third-party supplier experience
  • Be able to extract data from Oracle Customer Hub (OCH, Siebel CRM)

If you are available for a new challenge then please call me on 0207 014 0239 or email me on

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