Infrastructure Project Manager

Infrastructure Project Manager

  • Location

    East Midlands, England

  • Sector:

    Infrastructure & Support

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Steve Brennan

  • Contact email:

    steveb@eligo.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    BBBH21916_1625066841

  • Published:

    30 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-07-30

  • Consultant:

    Steve Brennan

We are looking to recruit an experienced infrastructure project manager who in addition to actively managing the delivery of multiple infrastructure and network projects working in Microsoft, Windows environment with Exchange, Office 365, VMWare, with a knowledge of Network Switching, Routers and Firewalls.

Clearly as a project manager you do not have to have an encyclopedic knowledge in all these areas, however you will need to retain sufficient technical knowledge to understand the projects and contribute effectively. There is limited formal governance, therefore the ability to both function in a rapidly changing and environment and introduce the processes to improve project delivery and be fully engaged in driving project forward. You will be managing multiple stakeholders including 3rd party vendors, internal delivery teams and key business stakeholders.

You will bring a broad experience and knowledge of the infrastructure environment with an apprciation of Servers, desktop, networking and security and be comfortable delivering a project in any of these areas.
If successful you will be joing a rapidly growing organisation at time when you can make a real difference. The have a track record of investing in the training and development of their people and promoting internally when possible. We are looking to recruit an experienced infrastructure project manager who in addition to actively managing the delivery of multiple infrastructure and network projects working in Microsoft, Windows environment with Exchange, Office 365, VMWare, with a knowledge of Network Switching, Routers and Firewalls.
Clearly as a project manager you do not have to have an encyclopedic knowledge in all these areas, however you will need to retain sufficient technical knowledge to understand the projects and contribute effectively. There is limited formal governance, therefore the ability to both function in a rapidly changing and environment and introduce the processes to improve project delivery and be fully engaged in driving project forward. You will be managing multiple stakeholders including 3rd party vendors, internal delivery teams and key business stakeholders.

You will bring a broad experience and knowledge of the infrastructure environment with an apprciation of Servers, desktop, networking and security and be comfortable delivering a project in any of these areas.
If successful you will be joing a rapidly growing organisation at time when you can make a real difference. The have a track record of investing in the training and development of their people and promoting internally when possible.