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PMO Manager

Location: City of London, London
Gehalt/Honorar: £65000 - £80000 per annum + Additional Benefits
Veröffentlicht vor: seit 11 Tagen
Vertragsart: Permanent
Branche: Change Management
Name des Kontakts: Nicola Scheffer
Kontakt via E-mail: Nicola.Scheffer@ojassociates.com

Nicola Scheffer

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PMO Manager

The purpose of the role is to establish and run the centralised PMO function encompassing Project, Programme and Portfolio Management, Demand Management, Vendor expense reporting and Portfolio Reporting. The role will involve managing and developing the maturity and capability of the PMO team. The role will provide advice and guidance, monitoring and assurance, advocacy and education with respect to programmes and projects. Additionally this will include a reporting framework focussed on value added advice and early identification of risk and issues for all major programmes and projects across the organisation.

Reporting to the Group Head of Change the PMO Manager will be accountable for reporting of Portfolio and Project finances and for Vendor expense tracking. Responsibilities will include oversight of the portfolio governance process including production of materials for the monthly Strategic Change Board and responsibility for ensuring that all projects follow the defined methodology.

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Line management of PMO analysts and assistants.
  • Accountable for the production of all portfolio financial reporting ensuring timely and accurate delivery of financial reports.
  • Production of the monthly portfolio governance report including co-ordination of business cases, financial reporting and status reporting.
  • Working with Programme and Project Managers, lead the development and adoption of project management controls and tools (to include management of risks, issues, dependencies, change control, stakeholders, communications) to support and enable project delivery.
  • Lead the maintenance and enhancement of portfolio governance processes and tools (to include project lifecycle definition, stage gates, project documentation and status reporting).
  • Establish a resource demand management process to monitor and manage the assignment of resources to projects and to enable the active management of resource conflicts.
  • Support the COO in the production and publication of reports that cover the broader operations change activity.
  • Drive the establishment and management of portfolio dependencies to enable the optimisation of delivery across the portfolio.
  • Drive the annual and on-going investment appraisal process to enable the business to make informed investment decisions
  • To conduct health checks on projects to identify remediation actions to support project delivery in a timely and pragmatic way
  • In collaboration with the Group Head of change and the IT Product Managers lead the establishment and management of a professional development approach and programme to support the professional development of the delivery teams.

Education, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • Degree educated or equivalent.
  • A good understanding of general Project Management processes and tools.
  • Previous experience in managing a central PMO function preferable.
  • Previous experience of working on technical platforms or with project/portfolio management tools
  • Previous Project Management experience demonstrating an understanding of the challenges faced by Project Managers.
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills especially Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Project
  • Strong numeracy skills
  • Well-developed communications and inter-personal skills that build trust, confidence and collaborative relationships
  • Good influencing, persuasion and conflict resolution skills
  • Effective time management skills so that deadlines are managed efficiently
  • Ability to prioritise, plan and organise workloads and to manage expectations
  • Ability to own and solve problems to minimise escalations
  • Advanced knowledge of project management principles and practices and methodologies
  • Comfortable engaging and communicating at Executive level

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