Project Manager (Ops Resilience)

London
01/06/2023
Industry
IT
Salary
Negotiable

Job Description

Project Manager (Operation Resilience) is required for a European leader in cloud implementation, application development and managed services. You will be working for one of their financial services clients responsible to develop a deep end-to-end understanding of processes targeted for automation and outline the impacted processes.

 

Details:

6 Month Contract (Extension)

Inside IR35

Start Date ASAP

Onsite only once every week or two – London

 

Requirements:

  • Support the integration of vulnerability identification activities within the Operational Resilience programme, assisting the pillar lead in ensuring that the interactions between individual workstreams are managed, and that a consolidated view of issues/vulnerabilities can be maintained as an input to remediation.
  • Experience of delivering and embedding change directly into business functions and their teams, e.g., business process change, process improvement
  • Managing change from idea to implementation, delivering to agreed scope, cost, quality, and timescale.
  • Strong stakeholder management skills and ability to build relationships across wide reaching business teams.
  • Collaborating with numerous Business Units and Teams to ensure our work you're doing meet their needs and embed efficiently into their ‘Business As Usual’ world.

 

Desirable Skills:

  • Knowledge of Operational Resilience, Critical Business Process, or Important Business Service.
  • Experience of working in regulatory programmes.
  • Recent experience of working in Lloyds Bank.
  • Knowledge of running test & learn or proof of concepts from idea to implementation.
  • Knowledge or experience of tooling eg ServiceNow, Fusion.

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager working on a 6-month project for a European Leader in cloud implementation within the financial services. If you are interested, please apply with your CV.

For more information

Ben Quinn