We are seeking an experienced Technical Project Manager to work on one of our leading client sites in London. The role will undertake a range of responsibilities that will ultimately enable growth in a variety of key technical business areas.
The Technical Project Manager will serve as the subject matter expert for the client: maintaining, developing, deploying, and general management of the companies EMEA regional system infrastructure. This position will analyze current physical security system requirements and overlay these with business and facility’s needs, and identify opportunities for efficiency and enhanced security. We are seeking a candidate that can offer a strong technical skill set (network and infrastructure) combined with project management skills that possesses an IT scope bias. You will ideally have gained experience from EMEA regional systems, or at the very least, have working knowledge of this.
The Technical Project Manager will work in close collaboration with Regional Security Managers, will be responsible for driving the security systems remediation efforts and projects portfolio synergistics with departmental strategies, company priorities and Global Security Standards, demonstrating strong project and vendor management techniques in order to meet business demands.
The Technical Project Manager will track security technological advancements and keep Senior Management informed in order to implement industry leading solutions to maximize the value of centralized Security systems across EMEA.
Role: Technical Project Manager
Hours: Monday to Friday, 45 hours per week.
Salary: Up to £50k
Benefits: Full Benefits Package
Job Reference: TPM-Apr19
The closing date for applications for this role is: 10/05/19
Key skills/ experience required:
IT experience with a solid working knowledge in IT infrastructure, operating platforms and software solutions, including SAAS & PAAS deployments.
Form of PM qualification and a proven background in managing multiple complex projects with varying business critical peaks and deadlines.
Understands database topology and key maintenance requirements
Ability to navigate through regulatory and industry compliance challenges.
Wilson James is a leading security, construction logistics and aviation services provider with more than 4,000 employees. With in-depth sector and service expertise we deliver solutions to clients operating across the Aviation, Construction, Corporate, Energy, Manufacturing, Maritime and Technology industries.
Wilson James are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.