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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:32 pm    Post subject: Assyst Consultant Reply with quote

My client, a large multinational in London, Greenwich, is looking for the following ASAP!:

Assyst Consultant

Responsibilities
The Ďassystí Consultant will be responsible for providing a focal point within the project team for the Ďassystí customisation for the Model Office and specifically the completion of Ďassystí related products.

The role will include the refinement and extension of the existing Model Office Ďassystí implementation to provide an off the shelf Model Office including Incident and Problem Management

Activities
® Reviewing and refining the existing operational requirements to finalise the basis against which to deliver the Model Office.

® Reviewing and refining the existing Ďassystí implementation to finalise required package customisation to support the Model Office.

® Refining the existing acceptance test specification and Ďassystí implementation to finalise the Model Office acceptance test specification.

® Assuring the integrity of the overall Model Office solution design from an Ďassystí perspective.

® Advising the Project team on the use and interpretation of prevailing Ďassystí implementation standards.

® Acting as the focal point for major discussions regarding the Model Office Ďassystí implementation from Analysis through to Implementation.

® Attending selected Project Reviews when requested by the Project Manager.


If you feel you are suitable for the role, please send me your CV straight away to itil@computerpeople.co.uk with the subject heading Assyst Consultant.

Regards

Mickey
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