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IT Director

  • Location: Midlands
  • Salary/rate: 60-80k DOE
  • Date posted: 02/01/19
  • Job reference: 6917
  • Permanent
This vacancy has now expired.

New opportunity for a seasoned live ops and service orientated IT Director to work for medium sized games business

Ideal applicants will be 

Educated to Degree level in a technology subject (e.g Computing/Electronics)
ITIL qualification
Minimum 5 years managing mission critical IT operations, ideally in an Online environment
Evidence of managing/leading managing large 
Minimum 5 years successful experience implementing large-scale international networking or infrastructure projects.
Previously held similar Director or Senior Manager positions in  medium-large companies.
Experience developing IT solutions, IT strategy, IT support, NOC, Monitoring and Customer Support.

Strong Knowledge of wide range of current and emerging  IT technologies and systems. 
Knowledge of server and networking hardware.
Knowledge of datacentre requirements and implementation.
Knowledge of programming methodologies and techniques
Strong skills in Excel, Word and Powerpoint
Excellent written and verbal  communications (in English) 
Ability to communicate detailed solutions concisely 
Able to manage time and work under pressure to tight deadlines
Ability to manage multiple demands and tasks 
Ability to make decisions and act upon them
Able to work on own initiative and within a team environment 
Self motivator and able to motivate others
Assertive and able to influence
Positive can-do attitude and looks for opportunities
Attention to detail.
Willing to undertake further training to fulfill the requirements of the role
Required to travel on company business on a regular basis


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