IT Project Manager
An IT Project Manager is required by a software company based in London, paying up to £65,000 + benefits.
Building web-based products, this innovative tech company is growing, and with plenty of greenfield projects to work on, they require an IT Project Manager.
Working for this software company, you'll earn a very competitive salary up to £65,000 with heaps of benefits - flexible work, 25-30 days holiday, private health care, training budget, and more.
As an IT Project Manager, you will be accountable and responsible for planning and managing the delivery of software and implementation or operational projects, ensuring these projects are delivered to agreed schedule cost, scope and quality standards.
As an IT Project Manager, your typical work will involve:
- Manage the lead time on request for resources and manage change controls
- Ensure customer satisfaction levels are met and maintained
- Manage expectations of all internal and external project stakeholders
- Manage and control project deliverables alongside implementing effective change, risk and issue management processes.
IT Project Manager experience required:
Knowledge in Agile delivery methodologies
- Experience of working in a SaaS software environment
- Project management experience gained on software implementation and operational projects in a client facing environment
- Project Management accreditation (e.g. PMP, PRINCE2, APM)
Though this is a SME company, you will be working with world class software and technology on enterprise sized projects. This is an unstructured and fast-moving environment so top stakeholder management skills while balancing quality delivery will be at the forefront of your role. You will be supported by a tight team who are experts in their field and who have a real passion for the business.
If you are looking for a refreshing and positive change, I can genuinely recommend considering this IT Project Manager position. Apply today !!
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