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Job – IT Delivery Manager – E-Commerce £50K – £60K in London
Location: London, UK
Salary: £50000 – £60000 Per year
Job type: Permanent
Category: Aerospace Engineering
Job Reference: DK/delivery manager
Posted on: 2 Jan 2018
About the Role: IT Delivery Manager – Travel E-Commerce £50K – £60K
There is a brand new opening for IT Delivery Manager within a start-up IT Consultancy based in the heart of London – the ideal candidate will have extensive experience within an IT Delivery Manager position within E-commerce based projects.
• Proven experience in E-commerce projects
• Deliver projects and products using the appropriate agile project management methodology, learning & iterating frequently.
• Defining project needs and feeding these into the programme/portfolio process.
• Work with the Product Manager to define the roadmap for any given product and translate this into user stories.
• Lead the collaborative, dynamic planning process – prioritising the work that needs to be done against the capacity and capability of the team.
• Matrix-managing a multidisciplinary team. Ensure all products are built to an appropriate level of quality for the stage (alpha/beta/production).
• Actively participating in the Delivery Manager community, sharing and re-applying skills and knowledge and bringing in best practice
• A confident self-starter with the ability to see beyond the immediate task(s) and anticipate/resolve wider issues associated with the project
If you have the above experience and want to join a close-knit startup consultancy this role will offer fantastic exposure and opportunities to develop.
02 Jan 18. Pakistan to restart naval shipyard project. Pakistan is preparing to restart a long-delayed programme to develop a naval shipyard in Gwadar in the far west of the country, Pakistan Navy (PN) Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi announced on 28 December. In comments published by the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan (APP), Adm Abbasi said at a PN-industry conference in Karachi that the project will commence shortly and be completed in three to five years. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
03 Jan 18. Russian Navy frigate commissioned. The official acceptance of the Russian Navy’s newest frigate, Admiral Makarov, took place on 27 December at the Yantar Shipyard in Kaliningrad, Russia. Admiral Makarov was built under the navy’s Project 1135.6 at the Yantar Shipyard. The Admiral Grigorovich classfrigate has a length of 124 metres, displacement of over 4,000 tons, and an endurance of 30 days.
The frigate’s construction began in February 2012 and the vessel was floated out in September 2015. (Source: News Now/Shephard)
03 Jan 18. Vietnam’s ex-US Coast Guard cutter arrives home. Key Points:
• The Vietnam Coast Guard’s largest vessel has now arrived in-country
• The platform, which was once deployed by the United States to provide gunfire support in the Vietnam War, will now enforce Hanoi’s claims in the South China Sea
The Vietnam Coast Guard’s (Canh Sát Bin Vit Nam: CSBV) ex-Hamilton-class high-endurance cutter that was previously in service with the United States Coast Guard (USCG) has arrived in-country.
The vessel, which was formerly known as USCG Morgenthau (WHEC 722), departed Honolulu in November 2017, and arrived in Vung Tau, Vietnam on 15 December 2017, according to a vessel movement analysis by Jane’s. On its journey to home, the 115m ship, which now bears the pennant number 8020, made a port call in Manila on 12 December.
CSB-8020 was officially handed over to Vietnam in May 2017. However the vessel, and a pioneering crew of Vietnames