HMRC offering a whopping £162,500 salary for a cloud transformation director

Sooraj Shah
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It could be you: HMRC wants a leader with experience of delivering £50m+ IT infrastructure transformation projects

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is on the hunt for a cloud transformation director - and is willing to pay up to £162,500 for the right person. The government department said in a job advert that it...

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