Service Design & Transition Manager

Reference: 34895_1652354612 Date Posted: 12.05.22

IT Service Design & Transition Manager / Remote

Are you a Service Design & Transition Manager who would like to be involved in multiple high-profile projects? Would you like to have a real say in the service design function of a well-established organisation?

Corecom Consulting has partnered with a leading Transport Organisation who are rapidly growing their business and expanding their service design function. You will have real engagement with stakeholders wanting to deliver success and change across the business.

What can you expect in return?

  • Opportunity to work on some exciting high-profile projects
  • Fully remote with opportunity to visit office if you like
  • Chance to take ownership and help shape Service Design function
  • Lively, collaborative team

What are we looking for?

  • Experience in IT Service design and support workflows (either via Architecture or Service delivery disciplines)
  • Understanding of ITIL framework
  • Experience of project delivery
  • Outstanding communication and diplomacy skills with experience dealing with multi-level stakeholders

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please apply now, or send your CV.

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IT Service Design & Transition Manager / Remote

Job location:
Manchester, Greater Manchester
£60000 - £65000 per annum
Salary per:
Job industry:
Project/Programme Management
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