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IT & HR Transformation Manager - Jamaica - 18 months - c £750 pd + expenses (Contract)

Location: Jamaica Rate: c £750 pd + Exes
 

We are working with a leading Management Consultancy to recruit a change management specialist to work for them in the various stages of a major institutional change programme based in Jamaica, WI.

We will consider candidates who have fully up-to-date skills in either commercial or institutional change programmes, and who are demonstrably able to lead a small team in setting up and delivering CM frameworks, strategy and plans over a sustained period, and show successful outcomes in complex 'people' change initiatives, whilst upgrading and adopting new IT&C at the same time.

Both the role and the lifestyle will be satisfying for the right candidate. The contract will offer a generous benefits package to cover travel home to the UK, car rental and accommodation in Jamaica.


Posted Date: 12 Aug 2019 Reference: JS/JAM/DW/02062019 Employment Business: Leysen Associates Contact: Derek Wreay