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Graduate Job Graduate Project Manager

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: The Graduate Recruitment Company
Reference: 41151
Salary: ú20k  

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Your Profile Are you a bright, ambitious graduate who is keen to get into project management? You MUST have a strong academic background with a minimum class of degree at 2:1 or above and an interest in project management. Although this is a software company this successful corporation is ideally looking for people with a business or humanities background. The Role You will be working with some of the most famous names in the computer industry as part of a talented production team, in a high-tech and international working environment. As a Project Manager, you will contribute to the development of the tools and processes, which enable our client to provide its software and hardware partners with a sustainable competitive advantage. You will be responsible for ensuring the right people are doing the right thing at the right moment and at the right cost. This multi-tasking role requires juggling many responsibilities at one time, suits someone with exceptional organisational and time management skills, and provides the opportunity to experience an element of international travel. The Company This exciting enterprise is a leading translation project management company, providing scalable and customized localization services for its blue-chip customers. Our client's localization services are especially strong in the area of high technology. If you are interested in this opportunity - do not hesitate to call Richard Wilkes on 0870 048 9213 or email richard@grc.uk.net.

Location: London (inner and outer)

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