A group company with several business brands also put an advert online to employ someone for business growth support, commercial property lease renewal and legal administration responsibilities all in the same role.
After an assessment, what the company requires is an information technology service provider to help either procure or develop software to coordinate the different businesses from one software program.
Because the nature of this company is to acquire other businesses then the software would also have to integrate new acquisitions easily.
An information technology service provider onsite could determine whether an off the self software product could be utilised or if bespoke software is necessary then the same service provider would be able to complete the software implementation or development.
What else is also clear from the assessment, is the company could create an outright business growth manager employment position without any commercial property lease and legal administration duties. This would allow the new employee to focus solely on support for the different brands because this is where an employment relationship is most ideal long term, rather than one role with mixed tasks.