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With two decades of success stories, and a network spanning many hundreds of thousands of contacts, IDPP are here to help take you to the next level and support you while you are there.
Regional IT Asset Management Lead – Telecommunications, Telco, Centralised Asset Management, CAMs
Asset Management, IT Asset Management, ITAM, Centralised Asset Management, CAMs, Telecommunications, Telco, Telecom, Configuration Management, Configuration Manager
6 month contract
Berkshire (remote initially)
A large IT Managed Services business requires an experienced IT Asset Management Professional to lead the harmonisation and integration of a Centralised Asset Management System across a global Telecommunication business client.
The successful candidate will Telecommunications Sector experience and have managed many multi-asset portfolios (including physical, configurational and logical elements). You will be leading the roll out of a Centralised Asset Management System and be the single point of contact at the Regional level.
This is an excellent opportunity for an IT Asset Management Professional with strong Centralised Asset Management Systems experience and a background within Telecommunications.
Skills and Experience required:
Please apply with CV for further details.
Job Title: Implementation Engineer
Location: Waterloo, Belgium
Duration: 6 months contract
IDPP is representing a leading technology company in the global payments business. They connect consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments and businesses worldwide, enabling them to use electronic forms of payment instead of cash and checks. There is a fantastic opportunity for an Implementation Engineer to join the business on a 6-month contract basis in Waterloo, Belgium.
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Please send your up to date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Vicky on ( 44) 02083347505
Senior Wireless Network Engineer – Design, Build, Wireless, Wi-Fi
Senior Network Engineer, Network Engineer, Wi-Fi, Wifi, Wireless, Telecommunications, Telcom
Location: Surrey (must be flexible due to on-site travel required)
We are working with a leading IT and Telecommunications Company to recruit for an experienced Senior Wireless Network Engineer to join their growing team. You will be designing and building Wi-Fi networks for their varied end clients within the following sectors: Emergency Services, Defence and Transport, just to name a few. This is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Network Engineer with a strong background in Wireless networks to join a growing, market leading IT and Telecommunications business.
To be considered you will need to have:
Please apply with your updated CV for immediate consideration.
SAN – Storage Design Consultant
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Storage (SAN) Design Consultant with essential HDS VSP experience to join a high performing, friendly, team at a leading IT Services business. The company specialises in IT solutions which enables businesses to succeed and are currently undergoing a planned growth period due to strong performance.
Our Client is seeking a permanent employee, with strong SAN storage Design specialism; Proven experience of designing storage from scratch/end-to-end:
Deep Expertise Required:
This is an excellent company to work for, who respect work/life balance and offer many employee benefits such as:
If interested, please submit your CV today and you will be contacted if you match the above criteria.
Technical Manager/Technical Lead – Mavenir, Integration
Skills: Technical Manager, Technical Lead, Mavenir, Integration
A leading IT Solutions provider requires a Technical Manager/Technical Lead for a long term 9 – 12 month project for a Global Telecommunications client based in Berkshire. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading an Integration project around Mavenir products.
The role requires someone who with a strong background working with Mavenir products, a good working knowledge of networks (Core Networks, IMS, VAS, VoLTE, LTE, RAN) and preferably has led Integration projects.
Please submit your CV for immediate consideration.
Technical Lead – API, API Strategy, Asset Management
Skills: Technical Lead, Lead, API, API Strategy, Asset Management, Centralised Asset Management, Asset Management Systems, API Design, API Support, Telecommunications, Telecoms, Telco
A leading IT Solutions provider requires a Technical Lead for a 6 month project for a global Telecommunications client based in Berkshire. The successful candidate will be responsible for becoming the single point of contact for the Central Asset Management System at Regional Level and leading API design and API solutions support for complex integrations.
The role requires someone who can take ownership of the API strategy for a Centralised Asset Management System, manage multi-asset portfolios and drive process improvement. Due to the nature of the role, the successful candidate will need to show extensive experience within API design and support at a strategic level, experience with Asset Management Systems and have a strong Telecommunications sector background.
Please submit your CV for immediate consideration.
Technical Lead - Mavenir, Integration
Mavenir, Technical Lead, Telco, Telecom, Telecommunications, Integration, Platform Integration, Network
Location : Berkshire (remote initially)
Duration : 9 – 12 months
A large, global Managed IT Service Provider requires an experienced Technical Lead with Mavenir integration experience for a long term project for their market leading Telecommunications client. The successful candidate will lead the integration of a new platform into an existing solution. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a Globally recognised business on a 9 -12 month contract.
To be considered we are looking for:
If you are seeking a new challenge, please apply with CV for further details.
Data Centre Design Engineer – Data Centre, CROL, Rack Face, Cable Run Out
Installation Engineer, Design Engineer, Installation Design, Technical Writer, Telecommunications, Data Centre, CROL, Cable Run Out Lists, Site Surveys, Wi-Fi APs, Cabling
Locations: Warwickshire or Northamptonshire
Salary : 30,000 - 40,000 (dependent on experience)
Our industry leading client requires an experienced Data Centre Design Engineer with a strong focus on producing cradle to grave design installations for Data Centres with a high degree of precision (production of Rack Face Layouts, Cable Run Out Lists (CROLs) and Site Survey reports. The successful candidate will have excellent Installation Design experience along with Cabling infrastructures within data centres, planning the installation of terminal devices (Wi-Fi APs etc), planning the installation of switches and routers, Cable Management and Cable Infrastructure. You will be rewarded by working for a fantastic company offering a great working environment with plenty of opportunity to develop your career.
Please apply with CV for immediate consideration
IDPP is representing a global information technology company that builds high-performance, security-centric solutions for the most demanding businesses and governments on Earth. Their offerings include security software and services; digital transformation and workplace services; industry applications and services; and innovative software operating environments for high-intensity enterprise computing. We are currently recruiting for a Junior Salesforce Developer to join them on a 12-month contract basis in Madrid.
Please send your up to date CV to email@example.com or give us a call on 02083347505.
Project Manager – Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Marketing
Skills: Project Manager, Prince2, Project Management, Salesforce, Salesforce Marketing Cloud
A leading IT Solutions provider requires a Project Manager for a 6 month project for a client based in Lancashire. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading a delivery project around online email preference centre with Salesforce Marketing Cloud.
The role requires someone who can take ownership of the project deliverables and objectives, and build very strong relationships with stakeholders both internally and externally.
Please submit your CV for immediate consideration.
Unified Communications Engineer – Voice, Infrastructure
Voice, Network, UCC, Unified Comms, Unified Communications, Teams, MS Teams, Microsoft, Skype for Business, Skype4B, Infrastructure, Backend, Back-end, Design
£35,000 – 42,000 depending on experience
Location: Milton Keynes (flexibility to work from home 2-3 days a week)
We are working with a large IT Service Provider and their end client, a growing technology business, on their urgent requirement for a Unified Communications Engineer on a permanent basis.
The successful candidate will work closely with the growing Voice Networking Team, supporting a Global Network Project. They will be responsible for designing, delivering and documenting IT infrastructure projects as well as proactively monitoring and reporting on the Voice Network, escalating any risks.
Technical expertise should include most of the following:
This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing Technology Business at an exciting point of their development.
Data Centre Design Engineer, Installation, Technical Documentation.
Our client is a leading provider of infrastructure and network services, across both public and private sectors. They work with some of the largest brands in the UK within travel, transport, defence and telecoms.
Their requirement for an experienced Design and Installation Engineer is due to continued growth. The successful candidate will work closely with Technical Design teams, to create installation designs that meet customer health and safety, and quality requirements. We are looking for candidates with strong background within a telecoms environment, and focus around creation and ongoing maintenance of core installation documentation / installation guides.
Responsibilities will include:
The company offers:
Please apply with CV for further details.
Things we do. What we think.
Some of the articles and blogs I write have a lot of prep and research beforehand, and some are impulsive - I just type what I think and, if you're really lucky, I might do a quick spell check afterwards. This post, is an impulsive one, driven by a knock on the door from the postie. A parcel! Woopwoop. Not so long ago, my missus got a new phone, and she drove me mad! For me, any new gadget must be opened immediately. I need to touch it, feel the weight, feel the smooth surfaces, and fumble the little buttons and dials. 3 days I waited... for 3 days, her new phone sat in its box on the dining room table. Despite my pleas, she just had no enthusiasm, no drive. But if she doesn't know what's in the box, like the one that arrived today, suddenly she's intrigued... she brought me a Stanley blade to open it, and inspected the postage stamp and manufacturers sticker, trying to unravel the mystery that was the box. "What's this got to do with recruitment, business, or IDPP?" I hear you ask. Well...what's in the box is more than the sum of its parts, and that's important, because it leads me to a question that I've been asked a bunch, and now I have another answer to add to my previous answers... What are the teams at IDPP doing to weather months of isolation? Communication As a recruitment company, we spend a lot of time on the phone. Collectively, we can rack up thousands of hours. We are not so big on the KPI driven environment, but we understand that communication is key to success, so the numbers "just kinda happen"**. But we all know that, when it comes to sales, we are far more effective when face to face - something that just isn't possible right now. Another area in which face to face communication is king, is internally. As we are not in the office, we've relied on Teams to simulate the office environment, the support, the laughs, the general comradery. We get to see each other’s faces, and if nothing else we (read "I") can take some comfort in knowing that it's not just my hair that's overgrown like Seattle in The Last of Us Part II. Regular check-ins with Line Managers Again, this is something we are doing via teams, but the topics discussed in these conversations are usually person or function specific. We look at individual achievements, assess data, identify trends, and trial new ways to make our jobs more productive, more successful, or more enjoyable. And that's arguable the most important aspect - if we are not enjoying ourselves as we work, the strain on our mental health is unacceptable. Sure, there's evidence to suggest that under-motivated, unhappy employees produce inferior results, but that's not the point. The point is, we want our employees to be safe and happy. Period. And having these regular check ins allows us to support one another (it goes up the chain as well as down, managers are humans too!) and help each other through any tough times, work-related or otherwise. This is only possible if we have... Complete honesty regarding our struggles I've been very honest with my colleagues about the struggles that I have personally faced when working from home. I mention "these four walls" and "staring at excel documents" on a regular basis, because it can feel very lonely and isolated. I guess that's why it's called isolation... I've had days when I have absolutely ZERO motivation to work. Maybe I didn't sleep well, maybe I've burned out a little, maybe it's too hot, maybe I don't know the reason but I just can't find the energy to complete the tasks I had planned for the day. I console myself because I know that I regularly work through lunch (perhaps I shouldn't be doing that?) and work later into the evening than if I were office based and had to consider the commute home. When you weigh it up (and I have), there's defniitely more time spent at my desk working than I would normally do in the office. But these feelings and barriers are nothing to be ashamed of, and sometimes they don't even need to be "fixed" - sometimes just getting it off your chest, and having someone else say "actually, I feel a bit lonely also" is enough to make you feel less lonely. Tracking of progress, aiming for targets A key element of office life that I particularly miss is the healthy competition. Who has the higher talk time for the day? Who has the most interviews? Who has the best speculative candidate? It feels as though we are now less focus on competition within our teams, as we are competing against the version of ourselves that existed yesterday. I haven’t figured out why that is, if I'm being completely honest - but the nature of the game means that we are self-assessing, identifying potential opportunities for improvement, and then ACTIONING THEM! This, good people, is how we measure and facilitate progress! Excercise I've actually lost a little weight since being locked down - so I've been told (which is always lovely to hear). I haven't been trying to, but I have been exercising more. My fiancé and I bought bicycles, we make more of an effort to go for long walks, and we've even got pedometers - something I thought was a little silly before I actually used one. I'm now exercising more than I was when office based, and there are two things I've done to motivate me to continue this. Firstly, I've taken up filmmaking. Nothing wonderful, mostly just short compilations of home or family videos that will allow me to hone my video editing skills. If you have no objection to a little shameless self-promotion, check out the link at the bottom of these article to my YouTube channel. I mention the filming because it gives me a great excuse to get out the house and exercise, without realising I'm doing it, because I have another goal. This applies to my second recent motivational tool... Pokémon Go - yes, that's right! I've been relying on Pokémon Go to give me an excuse to go for a walk. Need to hatch those eggs, catch those Pokémon, and become the ultimate... healthy person. If I become a Pokémon Master along the way, so be it. But what's in the box? It's a fair question, and here's the answer. One of our amazing colleagues, Sarb Patel, has bought (and had shipped) boxes of the most mouth-watering, gooey, equal parts soft and crumbly, lick your lips brownies. Yes, this completely goes against my healthy points mentioned thus far, but to know that people like Sarb are thinking of you, and making the effort to not just check in but to put a smile on your face (which she has!), is a huge boost for the old morale. So, how are we handling isolation? The only way we know will work - Together! **That's actually not true, the numbers don't "just kinda happen", they're a result of strong market knowledge, a strong work ethic, and a lot of hard work and effort on everyone's part. #teamappreciation