Project Manager - Client Change
An exciting opportunity has come our way with our client. Our client is an industry-leading multinational with offices in both Dublin and Limerick. They are looking to bring on a Project Manager for a fixed-term contract. This opportunity would suit someone with significant experience in Project Management ideally within a funds environment and someone who has a proven track record of delivering change programmes successfully.
Key Responsibilities: (Full job spec available upon request)
Responsible for programme management, project management and client change as well as business consultancy and business analysis, brought about by strategic direction, client’s changes, industry regulations and/or operational efficiency directives.
Identifies, documents, and actively manages Risks, Issues, and Dependencies; escalate as appropriate to program management with requested solutions.
Proactively identify and/or implement productivity and other process improvement enhancements to gain efficiencies, increase client satisfaction, and/or reduce costs.
Prepares and maintains the overall project plan, manages deliverables against project plan, tracking overall progress and deliverables as milestones in adherence to project standards and governance lifecycles; manages the review and sign-off for deliverables.
Develop and implement a scalable operating structure for the business considering global implications and benefits.
Significant experience in Project Management and Business Analysis ideally within a funds environment.
Proven track record of delivering change programmes successfully (both technical and business projects).
Document requirements to a granular and IT-specific level, plan project resources and timeframes, manage IT and UAT resources to successful project completion.
Communicate at a Sr. Level audience to help drive decisions.
Establish, build and maintain strong and effective working relationships at all levels across the organisation and also externally to clients.
For more information or even a private discussion please contact Jason O'Flaherty.