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So you have the ITIL Certificate(s) and the ITIL Implementer 'T-shirt', but have you considered becoming an ITIL Author and adding an ITIL book to your trophies?
 
If the answer is yes then why not put yourself forward for consideration in becoming an author or a member of an authoring team to produce guidance that will help senior managers understand how Best Management Practice can be used to meet their business needs.
 
The Stationary Office (TSO) are looking for individuals with the following skills:
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the range of Best Management Practice Guides; ideally both ITIL service management and the PPM suite*
  • Evidence of establishing best practice and standards in organizations
  • Good writing skills and the ability to produce concise communications for senior managers
*Best Management Practice publications covering the management of business change (the PPM suite comprising PRINCE2, MSP, M_o_R, P3O, MoP, MoV, and P3M3)
 
To apply, or to obtain further information, email neil.glover@tso.co.uk. Applications should include a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and an example of original written work, but be quick as applications should be submitted by Thursday 20 December 2012.
 
Neil Glover is the Commissioning Editor for The Stationery Office (TSO)
 
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