Leading Financial Services client in MANCHESTER has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Project Manager to come on board and be part of the regulatory portfolio team in an important area of the busin
Exciting Financial services client with a global presence
Coordination and management of the Regional Change Portfolio, inclusive of budgeting and resourcing.
· Consolidated reporting and communications.
· Programme initiation and set up.
· Change delivery across the Corporate portfolios (Strategic Growth and Change, Sustain/Support Current Business Model and Regulatory Control).
· Remediation and FIX of failing programmes.
· Provision of an ERC Regulatory Affairs function supporting regulatory communications.
Background to Role:
Leadership of complex multiple Line of Business and Legal Entity change programs/projects.
Program/Project Manager Duties:
Leads and provides some direction and guidance for a wide array of activities associated with program/project planning and management to ensure that programs/projects are completed on time, within budget and to internal client specifications.
Manages and oversees the end-to-end program/project management activities such as reporting, planning, issue/risk identification and tracking, scope management, estimation, internal client management, relationship management and other program/project documentation preparation for change initiatives of high complexity. Directs and controls all work performed. Reports and escalates progress/issues to senior management, as needed.
Develops detailed program/project plans and schedules, including goals, risks and resource allocation. Monitors results for significant deviations.
Manages vendor and client relations to ensure that service expectations are developed and met. Maintains regular contact with clients and coordinates and reports on program/project progress and accomplishments.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.