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The National Computing Centre is currently seeking consultants who can fulfil the requirements of the following projects:

Reference C003

Main skill set required:Software knowledge (testing and documentation)
Description of requirement:An educational establishment is looking for a consultant to help perform due diligence on a software package prior to purchase
Duration:One week
Location:Home-based mostly

Reference C002

Main skill set required:ISO 27001
Description of requirement:An educational establishment is looking for a consultant to help it in a readiness assessment service
Duration:To be decided
Location:London

Reference C001

Main skill set required:Telecoms
Description of requirement:A leading civil engineering organisation is seeking a partner to work with it to review its processes surrounding the deployment of ICT to its construction sites, with particular reference to data connectivity. The partner should have good experience and knowledge of suitable technology in this area and be able to demonstrate where it has added value. Although the company is regionally based, any meeting with the partner would be held in the London/South East region of England
Duration:To be decided
Location:Flexible, sites across all of the UK

If you can help with any of the projects above or require further information, please contact us at info@ncc.co.uk or call (0)870 908 8767.

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Email: info@ncc.co.uk
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