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The Woodland Trust based in the United Kingdom requires a volunteer ITIL Specialist to assist them with developing and implementing ITIL.
Please read through the job specification below and if you meet the requirements please click on the link and complete the Woodland Trust volunteer form. You have an opportunity to assist an organisation that performs sterling work in the English countryside protecting our trees and woods and planting new native woodland.
Mentor- ITIL Specialist
Your role will be to support our IS Operations Manager initially, and other members of the team in developing and implementing an ITIL framework. You will have the ability to input, review, provide fresh perspective and offer recommendations to get the team familiar with this solution. Ideally you will also support implementation which ultimately achieves a new phase of service capabilities for the Woodland Trust.
Ideally to commence mid 2010. We anticipate the task will require between 3 and 6 months commitment. Depending upon the hours that you are available to give.
Woodland Trust offices, Grantham NG31 6LL although there is flexibility for remote working arrangements.
When you are in the Grantham office a desk and computer will be provided. Remote working will require the volunteer to have a PC compatible with Microsoft Office 2007 software, internet connection, email and telephone facility.
Experience and Qualities
- Significant experience with ITIL implementation
- Coaching and training skills will be advantageous
- Excellent communicator
- Able to quickly assimilate and understand a charitable organisation
If you meet the pre-requisites above and wish to be considered for this role, please complete the volunteer registration form on the recruitment information page and a member of the volunteer development team will contact you.
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