Implementation Consultant | Essex | £35,000 – £40,000 per annum

About the Position

Software Implementation
Permanent
Essex
£35,000 - £40,000 per annum

Job Role

I am working with a leading software consultancy based in Mid-Essex who are looking to add another Consultant into their growing delivery team.

As an Implementation Consultant, you’ll be responsible for the capturing and analysis of customers’ requirements, designing of solutions to meet the customers’ requirements and leading implementations from start to finish (Build, Testing, Deployment, Training, Go-Live).

 

Requirements & Experience

Ideally, you’ll come from a consultative background with a minimum of 2 years consulting on IT projects and will have experience documenting requirements and design. Strong business analysis skills and some basic project management will also be beneficial.

They understand you’ll need to get to grips with their specific products and services and so they do provide extensive training and guidance across a number of areas and pride themselves on personal development, so the option to gain further certifications and qualifications in technical areas is also on offer.


Job Benefits

  • Progression targets on employment commencement with financial incentives attached
  • Training, mentoring and technical certifications
  • 25 days holiday a year
  • Private health care scheme
  • Pension scheme
Childcare Vouchers
Cycle to Work
Discount Gym Membership
Flexitime
Health Insurance
Life Insurance
Parking
Phone-Laptop
Work From Home
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