Programme Manager

Recruiter
Access Talent
Location
Northamptonshire, England
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
13 Feb 2018
Closes
19 Feb 2018
Ref
174
Contact
Adam Morrell
Job Function
Programme Manager
Contract Type
Contract / Freelance
Hours
Full Time

Job Title: Digital Programme Manager, Contract Programme Manager

Salary: Competitive Day Rate, Negotiable

Location: Northampton, Northamptonshire, with occasional travel to Watford

Work Pattern: Full Time, Monday - Friday

Duration: Initial 6 Month Contract

Access Talent are Project and Programme Resourcing Specialists for the permanent, contract and interim market.

Who you'll be working for

Stoneseed provides innovative Project, Programme and IT services to a multitude of clients nationwide, with projects covering a range of industries and technologies. Their success has been built around their Project Management as a Service (PMaaS) model.

The Programme Manager will be representing Stoneseed at a long standing manufacturing customer on a major Digital and Website Programme.

The Essentials

Along with several years' Project and Programme Management experience, you will have:

  • Strong eCommerce and Digital delivery programme management experience.
  • Delivered major Digital IT projects and programmes through the whole project lifecycle,
  • Have rolled out large scale company website
  • Must have project managed multiple backend systems integrations into the frontend.
  • Website systems, upgrades, testing, UX
  • Someone who can manage multiple workstreams in an Agile way
  • Extensive experience working with internal design and development teams.
  • Implementing changes across digital platforms.
  • Agile and Scrum (D)
  • PCI, GDPR and Security Awareness (D)

The next steps

So you know where you stand, we aim to respond to applicants within 5 working days.

What their "employees say"

Having spent many years as an internal project manager, I thought I knew all I needed to know about project management. Although, since making the move to Stoneseed I have noticed several differences. What I knew to be project management was very much a "watered down" version...

Now I am a client side project manager, I support and own every part of the process. I have to drive vendor competency whilst managing client relationships and align expectations, in other words true project management.

The variety of projects is what makes it interesting.

Stoneseed Project Manager