Change & Release Manager

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    London, England

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    £500 - £600 per day

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    Liam Parsons

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    over 1 year ago

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Change & Release manager

12 month contract

DV Cleared role

Based in London

Inside IR35

£500 - £600 per day DOE

Job Responsibilities

  • Attend daily project meetings to project RFC and Task updates

  • Attend weekly customer meetings to capture new requirements

  • Log and track all request for changes in customer change management system

  • Ensure all changes to services and assiciated environments are progressed in accordance with the change control process and raise associated tasking

  • track and record progress of all changes in tracking spreadsheet

  • Liaise with all necessary parties to coordinate the building, testing and implementation in accordance with schedules

  • Act as the primary contact between Desktop Service and change management team

  • Ensure all releases have an appropriate plan of actions for communications and training (where required)

  • Audit software releases before and after the implementation of a release, to provide assurance that only tested releases are progressed from the Definitive software Library

  • Produce a forward release schedule

  • When scheduled, Attend change Advisory Board to propose changes in order to obtain business approval


  • Able to react quickly to re-prioritisation of workload and short notice change requests

  • Able to provide progress updates on releases as they progress through the applications lifecycle process

  • Organised and methodical approach

  • Ability to provide clear and concise updates to senior stakeholders

  • Ability to articulate technical issues and user impact would be beneficial

  • Willing to challenge the processes adopted if they identify efficiency benefits

  • Meticulous planning and attention to detail

  • Capable of understanding and making decision for technical escalations