Senior Project Manager

About the Position

Change & Transformation
Permanent
Norwich, Norfolk
£50,000 - £55,000 per annum

Job Role

Reporting into the ICT Director this role will take responsibility for the planning and delivery of a number of programmes, projects, initiatives and workstreams that will span across the whole business. You’ll be overseeing the full projects team including developers, Business Analysts, Project Managers and the rest of the business to get the desired result, but from a senior and strategic level. The aim of this role is to add some oversight, leadership and additional Project / Programme Management expertise to the business digital transformation .

Requirements & Experience

You will be comfortable liaising across the relevant teams as well as stakeholders and business users and being able to ‘manage upwards’ too. You’ll need to have excellent relationship building skills and a good range of project expertise from IT Infrastructure, Software Development and Business Change.

 

This is a senior role for the business and you’ll be expected to have a solid understanding on transformations, how these are delivered and how to get the best out of the resources available.


Job Benefits

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