My Client is a leader in global banking and financial services and is seeking an IT Project Methodology Trainer from an IT development background. The ideal candidate will come from an IT Project technical background and has moved or is looking to move into the learning space.
The IT Project Methodology trainer will be a member of the Quality, Learning and Coaching team, responsible for delivering key Quality, Learning and Coaching related projects and initiatives in line with Business Needs, Global Markets IT Compliance Objectives, and IT delivery priorities. It is anticipated that the role will be a mixture of Learning artefact development (40%), Learning delivery (40%) and stakeholder management to understand who needs to attend learning (20%)
This is a learning role but the person needs to have come from an IT Dev background. The reason being this role requires the person to facilitate learning workshops (round tables) with project managers and teach them the specific IT Project life cycle. The person in the role needs to understand IT development project life cycles to be able to teach with integrity how the life cycle with this flows, policies, templates etc fit into as typical IT Development project. Therefore, the person needs to understand IT development to be able to do this.
- Solid experience working on an IT development project (former PM/BA/Developer or PMO)
- Proven track record in Workshop facilitation
- Strong Stakeholder Management
- Influencing at all levels
- Delivering difficult messages
- Making the complex look simple
Experience and Technical Skill:
- Experience as an IT Project Manager within a structured project environment
- Strong IT Dev background
- An understanding of Agile principles
- Experience in training delivery/facilitation
- Experience of writing and delivering corporate communications globally
- Experience of using SharePoint 2013
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft applications including PowerPoint and Excel
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