Consultant Gig #904–UK–Experienced Digital Transformation–ERP Programme Director

The client is a circa £350m T/O equipment leasing and servicing business that has grown extensively through acquisitions over the last few years.

Head office is based north of Birmingham on the M6 Toll Road and they have multiple sites across the UK and Ireland – with a UK wide field engineer team.


Skills and experience required are:

  • A proven Digital Transformation / ERP programme director who is able to pick up a programme 1/3 way through and lead/drive the client team and the IFS implementation forward
  • Needs to have high energy and enthusiasm
  • Be able to constructively challenge business SMEs and IFS to ensure the appropriate balance between vanilla, config and bespoke
  • To influence and update the Executive Director
  • Need to be able to get into the detail as well as direct the programme
  • IFS experience is desired (but not essential)
  • Field engineering environment is desired (but not essential)



Start: Work is likely to commence ASAP (January 2023 latest) and the assignment will last 12 months minimum.  The role is full time/near full time.

Location: The role is primarily on-site based due to the need to drive the programme (4 days/week on site desired).

Rates: The rate to ICG applicants is £600 – £700 per day based on experience plus reasonable expenses.  The contract is expected to be outside IR 35. 

Close date: No later than 15th December 2022 17:00 BST (UK)

APT’s must be lodged within 48 hours. We will review all APT’s and select the best 3 for the client. The client will then conduct interviews.


Consultant Gig #905–UK–Experienced Energy Supply Company Consultants

Our global strategic partner’s Energy Team is looking to enhance the package of services it offers to energy supply companies (‘ESCs’) by partnering with individuals/boutiques with specific experience of raising debt and/or equity, or running M&A processes, for energy suppliers. Whilst our strategic partner has a strong M&A offering, advising ESCs is quite niche. We think broadening the web of contacts and experience in the sector will help make our offer even more compelling.

Energy suppliers in the UK have faced significant financial pressure over recent years, with over 30 exiting the market during 2021.