Change & Transformation Programme Manager | London | £80,000 – £85,000

About the Position

Change and Transformation
£80,000 - £85,000 per annum

Job Role

I am working with a London based Managed IT Services provider who are looking to bring in a Programme Manager to oversee a number of project portfolios and programmes as part of a wider business transformation.

They specialise in delivering managed IT solutions such as IT, communications, cybersecurity, connectivity and networking for SMEs businesses.

They are currently going through a period of growth and change, and so they need a senior programme manager to play an important role in driving and communicating transformational change across this growing business with the ambition to establish an international presence.




Requirements & Experience

You’ll be responsible for overseeing the delivery of various projects, programmes and portfolios of work as well as providing a PMO framework and implementing some governance.

Ideally, you’ll have at least 5 years experience working in a business transformation / change management role and be able to demonstrate your senior leadership qualities and ability to embed processes and frameworks. Strong stakeholder management and engagement will be essential for bringing the wider group together and on board with the changes in place.

Job Benefits

The role has a comprehensive benefits package many of which are listed:

Annual Bonus
Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Life Insurance-Death in Service
Death in Service
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Team Lunches-Nights Out
Work From Home
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