Birmingham, West Midlands
£50000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
about 2 months ago
GRG Executive Search have been appointed by a Global Consulting Business to find a first-class Business Change Project Manager to lead a key strategic part of their company portfolio.
Reporting to the Programme Manager, this role will support a variety of both private and public sector clients and will be responsible for managing the successful delivery of Business Change projects.
- Lead the delivery of the projects and always ensure budgets and timelines are managed.
- Create and maintain key project documentation such as PIDs, Project Plans and RAIDs.
- Engage with key stakeholders both internal and external, working to a strategic communication plan.
- Resource management across the project team.
- Management of risks, issues and change controls.
- Ensure that the projects land successfully, in terms of technology, processes and supporting to embed cultural change where needed.
- Ensure all deliverables adhere to good practice and are of an appropriate quality.
- Client focused, with strong communication skills, relationship management and organisational skills.
- Proven examples of the successful delivery of end-to-end projects and programmes.
- Experience of operating in a Waterfall delivery environment.
- Knowledge and experience of Project Management administration systems.
- Demonstrate the ability to create effective project documentation such as PIDs and specs.
- Experience and evidence where you have proactively driven development and implementation of efficiency improvements.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate up to board level.
- Previously have worked within a regulated organisation.
Please note this is a hybrid working opportunity so some travel to site may be needed, however the majority or the working week/month will be from home.
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