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Senior Project Manager - Client Projects, FinTech Sector, Finance, Banking

Posted 12 February by Leadsearch Ltd Ended

Rapid growth FinTech that doubled the last 18 months is growing their project office and hiring a Project Manager. Reporting directly to the COO, you'll be responsible for managing client driven projects leading small teams (up to 10) on projects approx. £1M and 3-6 months in duration.

Key responsibilities

  • Management and delivery of client driven software and business process implementations
  • Forming project teams and running internal and external meetings
  • Working with all areas of the business and IT
  • End to end project responsibility
  • Project governance and reporting
  • Managing budgets and resources

Required skills and experience

  • Client side Project Management experience with internal and external stakeholders
  • Experienced managing business and technology projects at £1M+
  • Proven delivery in a fast paced and fluid environment
  • Financial services experience
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Agile working
  • Microsoft Project

What's on offer

  • Join the FinTech segment
  • Innovative, interesting and challenging projects
  • Opportunity to shape project management
  • Competitive remuneration, benefits and discretionary bonus
  • Fast paced, professional and fun environment
  • Career progression and learning opportunities

Remuneration: £70-95K + discretionary bonus + benefits
Working hours: 9-17.30 (typically an 8 hour day)
Benefits include: Pension contribution, Life, Income, Healthcare, Childcare vouchers etc..

Please apply for this position if you have experience as a Senior Project Manager or Project Manager running client technology and business projects. Thank you.

Required skills

  • Financial Services
  • Project Management
  • Client Driven
  • Client Liaison
  • Project Governance

Reference: 34225146

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