Company: Leading Global Consultancy
Position Type: Permanent
Expertise: Technology Advisory
Regions: Europe
Updated 10th February, 2014

Position Title: Information Security Partner AMT2013

Position Type: Full Time / Permanent   

Location:      London, UK

Reference Number: AMT2013


Andersen Steinberg are currently recruiting for one of their clients, a leading Big 4 Consultancy, based in London, UK, for an Information Security IT Risk Partner with experience in the Financial Service sector. The purpose of the role is to Drive growth by developing long term relationships and winning quality profitable business. The successful individual will have accountability for managing and co-coordinating client relationships with relevant teams, exercising appropriate risk management and the negotiation of all business deals and pricing strategy. 

The ideal candidate should have development and client management skills. These should be balanced by skill in execution of client engagements through technical competence disciplined risk management, inspirational leadership of the team and having the business acumen.

My client is looking for a candidate that is a team player, who can fit in with the companies ethos and recognize the brand name. They are looking for a long term Partner, not just a quick fix, someone who knows the UK market, EMEA and added bonus and who has consulting, banking, Stock exchange and Insurance industry experience. The candidate should have the ability to build a pipeline and be able to grow and develop existing clients.

This is an exciting long term opportunity to join a brand consultancy firm with stimulating future opportunities.

If you qualify for the above please send your CV in word format for the attention of Tim Turner to Quoting Reference number AMT2013



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