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30+ days ago

IT Security Compliance Analyst

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Reporting to the Group IT Security Manager this position is primarily responsible for ensuring compliance with Kingfisher’s Information Security… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

SQL Server DBA Technical Lead

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Job Title: Reporting To: Job Purpose: Database Technical Leader (SQL Server) DBA Manager This role is responsible for the environmental… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Group Design Specilaist - Wintel

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Purpose of role Working in a small group of peers, the purpose of the role is to generate high level designs in response to Business/Project… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Infrastructure Portfolio Manager

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Context & Purpose: Kingfisher IT Services (KITS) provides IT solutions and Service Delivery to a number of the Kingfisher operating companies. Within… Glassdoor

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Ian Cheshire
7 Ratings

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    I have been working at Kingfisher full-time for more than 3 years


    Nice people for the most part. Many departments do precious little work and the staff working there have fairly relaxed lives.


    The business has been locked for years in interdivisional fighting between senior management, the company has underinvested in online and won't be able to compete in the future. B&Q especially is in dire straights and their umpteenth CEO seem to be faltering with staff increasingly confused

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    Maybe it's time for a new top team?

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