Senior Project Manager - IT Infrastructure/ Data Centre Relocation
- 18 Month Fixed Term Contract
- Project 1: National Data Centre Relocation
- Project 2: Two High Profile CBD Office Relocations - 400+ Users each
One of Australia's most respected professional services practices is relocating to new, state-of-the art CBD based offices, in both Melbourne and Sydney over the next 18 months. Moving from a traditional desk based solution, to one where people will be able to transition seamlessly between work environments. A person would be able to move from an open office to a quiet office location whilst remaining on the phone and taking their laptop with them. They also would be able to work from home and be able to do so with ease. These solutions will transform the working lives of all employees. Of equal importance and in parallel, they also need to relocate their Melbourne based, national data centre to either a hosted or cloud based solution.
Reporting to the CIO, and working closely with a Business Analyst and a Systems Administrator, you and your team will be responsible for all aspects of these business critical projects. You will work closely with the business to work out the best fit VOIP /SOE open technology solution. You will also be expected to advise the business and scope all possible solutions for the data centre relocation before presenting these at board level. You will then be expected to prepare the business case and manage the data centre relocation project to conclusion. In addition, you will be responsible for ensuring all the office moves are managed as smoothly and seamlessly as possible.
You are a highly experienced Infrastructure Project Manager who can demonstrate that you have successfully managed the significant complexities of at least 3 similar IT office relocations involving more than 300 users. You have also advised and managed a number of successful data centre relocations onto either cloud or hosted environments. Experience with managing the cultural change aspects around this new technology would be beneficial.
Contact Richard Elstone on (03) 8399 9303 or Christine Hubble on (03) 8399 9311 for more information.