Educational IT Jobs Thread, Professional Services Manager/Networks Manager in United Kingdom (UK) Specific Forums; I require, for a schools services support company with a UK reach, a Professional Services Manager.
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8th May 2007, 03:01 PM #1
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Professional Services Manager/Networks Manager
I require, for a schools services support company with a UK reach, a Professional Services Manager.
What does this mean I hear you shout!!
Well its someone who can manage a UK wide team of schools ICT infrastructure implementation engineers from the office at the base of the M1 near Watford (around 20 staff). You will manage day to day installations based on orders received from the sales team and manage the engineers who work with the sales team in a pre-sales capacity. You will also manage the training department delivering training post implementation. You will be responsible for arranging training for your team and to make the implementations efficient and delivered in time and to budget.
This will really suit a senior network manager who enjoys managing large groups of people and wants to continue their management career in a commercial firm.
You will deal with customers, sales and marketing teams, technical development bodies, subcontractors and divisional heads.
Must have good project management as well and excellent organisational skills.
CV's to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08701 612 007 for more information
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8th May 2007, 03:04 PM #2
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Re: Professional Services Manager/Networks Manager
sorry done it again
salary is £45K + 5.4K car allowance, 20-22 days holiday, life insurance health care, private medical and company discounts on hardware and software
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