The roles are to support our client on major finance integration and transformation projects. The individual will lead the PMO planning and execution and work closely with the Programme Manager and key stakeholders within finance and risk.
Working with a team of self-starters, you will be a natural problem solvers, collaborative, flexible, and not fazed by adversity or ambiguity.
This role will initially be either a 6 or 9 month contract, with potential for further contract extension to a maximum of 3 years.
Responsibilities will include :
Working closely with the Programme Manager and senior finance stakeholders to manage, maintain and report the requirements of the finance PMO to the central PMO team
Tracking and communicating appropriate performance measurements to project team, issues, risks and dependencies, including the production of progress reports.
Supporting the business through group wide change
Relationship management with key stakeholders and the leadership team
Managing your own deliverables
Preparation of meeting papers and packs for the team, checkpoint, working groups and steering committee meetings
Working with functional teams to align resources to integration plans and cost analysis
Communicating project priority and set project task priority for related teams
Preparing appropriate documentation to close out integration projects and facilitate effective hand-offs
Applying creative problem solving and analytical techniques
Defining process improvement and transformational opportunities
Strong PMO experience ideally within finance or risk integration or large change project
Experience at a financial services
Strong cross-functional collaboration skills
Working to tight deadlines within a fast paced and changing environment
Bias for action in times of ambiguity
Effective and collaborative communication and writing skills, with the ability to customise approach for a variety of audiences ranging from senior executives to junior resources
Ability to perform tasks with minimal supervision and manage tasks from start to finish
Ability to lead by example, demonstrating strong ethical standards, and effectively influence management in all professional interactions
If you are interested in this vacancy please contact Marsha Ford in our Glasgow office on 0141 227 9110 or email your CV to marsha.ford jobs.hudson.com.
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