Implementation Lead - Wales
Implementation Lead Jobs
Having great plans for any project is only half the battle – plans need to be put into action and it needs to be done well with oversight and continuous monitoring. This is where the implementation lead is a useful stage in the project’s personnel structure. They have a simple goal – to make sure the plans that need to be completed have enough staffing, time and resources to happen on budget. They often work alongside senior project managers, who rely on them to realise their specific project elements in line with the strategic aims of the company.
In some companies the implementation lead is the equivalent to a board level employee, and has decision-making powers or at least the ability to influence the board. Other companies treat the implementation lead as a team leadership role, with the experience to see tasks through to completion but receiving specific instructions from a manager or director.
The skills required
Implementation leads are usually drawn from the ranks of team leaders and project managers to focus on specific activities, for example a design, a model, and idea, a specification, a standard or a policy. Whereas the project manager and/or director is often focused on the bigger picture, the implementation lead will more likely be working directly with the employees who are putting those plans into action. That means the implementation lead has to be a great communicator and has to be able to deal with employees at all rungs of the ladder.
Experience in the appropriate sector will naturally count for a lot in your search for an implementation lead role. However, management experience is not always a pre-requisite for some companies, who would value your deep understanding of the discipline you are implementing more highly, as long as you can demonstrate an aptitude for giving and taking instruction.
£40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
Digital Analyst - Luton, Bedfordshire £40,000 - £45,000 BenefitsCompany ProfileWith millions of visitors to our digital sales channels every day, easyJet is one of the UK's leading digital businesse...
Lead Digital Analyst
£50000.00 - £55000.00 per annum Excellent benefits
Lead Digital Analyst - Luton, Bedfordshire £50,000 - £55,000 Benefits Company ProfileWith millions of visitors to our digital sales channels every day, easyJet is one of the UK's leading digital bus...
£35000.00 - £40000.00 per annum Benefits
Technical AnalystLuton (flexible working)£35,000 - £40,000Role ProfileWant to work with a fast paced, high value organisation? As part of our clients continued success, they are seeking an enthusiasti...
£35000.00 - £45000 per annum plus excellent bonus and benefits
Role TitlePPC SpecialistLocation LutonSalary£35,000 - £45,000 plus benefitsRole ProfileMy client is named as Britain's Most Admired Company of 2020 in the transport sector, retaining the leading posit...
Castleford, West Yorkshire
£24000.00 - £26000.00 per annum Benefits & Bonus (OTE £37,000 )
Account Manager, Castleford, £22,000 - £26,000 DOE Bonus & Benefits (OTE £37,000 )Are you looking for a new opportunity working in a sales environment? Somewhere you can work alongside and learn fro...
Buyer / Supply Planner
Birmingham, West Midlands
£30000 - £40000 per annum Benefits WFH
Buyer / Supply Planner Birmingham c £35,000 - £40,000 Bonus Benefits WFH Role Profile Our client, who is a Blue Chip FMCG manufacturing business, is looking to appoint a talented and experience...
£36000.00 - £40000.00 per annum Benefits
Driver Trainer, Preston, £36,000 - £40,000 BenefitsAre you looking for a new opportunity working for an expanding Logistics business?Are you looking to join a business that could help you learn new ...
Expansion Manager - Germany
€50000.00 - €55000.00 per annum
Expansion ManagerGermanyRole ProfileThis is an opportunity for someone who is willing to roll up their sleeves, take responsibility and make a difference, and who will gain unique insight into the bre...
Interim HR Transformation Director
£500 - £700 per day
Role Title Interim HR Transformation Director £Competitive Day rate 6-12 Month Initial term Outside IR35 Bristol - Nottingham - Remote Role Profile Exceptional opportunity to lead the integration of...
Transport Shift Manager
Up to £35000.00 per annum Benefits
Transport Shift Manager, Greater Manchester, £35,000 BenefitsAre you looking for a new opportunity working for a well-established Logistics business? Are you looking to join a business that could he...
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Implementation Lead Jobs in Wales
Known for its stunning coastlines and charming villages, sweeping landscapes and bustling cities and towns like Cardiff, Swansea, Barry, Newport and Aberystwyth, Wales offers an array of opportunities for those seeking Implementation Lead vacancies.
With the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, the Welsh economy expanded significantly and the few small industries that existed before the 18th century - such as agriculture, milling, textile production and mining - all grew rapidly.
Techniques for copper smelting were developed in Swansea, while ironwork, slate quarrying and coal mining were also big business. Meanwhile, the Cardiff docks were extremely important during the 19th century for the shipment of coal and steelwork.
Today, Wales has a predominately post-industrial economy and the service sector has grown significantly since the end of the second world war. A number of financial companies have regional headquarters here, including Legal & General, HBOS, ING Direct, the AA and BT.
In addition, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is situated in Swansea - it maintains a database of vehicles in Great Britain and deals with other tasks like selling private number plates and issuing licences.
While heavy industry in Wales has declined over the years, the country is still home to a number of manufacturing and steelmaking facilities. Indeed, the Port Talbot Steel Works produces around five million tonnes of steel every year. There are also two oil refineries in Milford Haven, as well as a Ford engine factory in Bridgend.
Agriculture and food production are another element to the Welsh economy, while forestry and fishing are small but thriving industries in the region.
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