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Business Change Manager

Job Title: Business Change Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £550 - £650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Month
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Description of Main Duties:

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Overseeing a portfolio of projects and change / enhancement requests - including full ownership of deliveries and strategy in some cases
  • Developing specification / requirements documents in collaboration with users, and communicating these to development teams.
  • Coordination of and some involvement in User Acceptance Testing
  • Liaison with Risk Systems teams to help ensure correct prioritisation of changes and timely deliveries.
  • Ensuring data governance requirements are included as processes are changed
  • Progress Reporting for projects and change requests
  • Potential for involvement in report production


  • Background in Financial Services / Consulting is a pre-requisite
  • Ideally, candidates will have worked in a Market or Counterparty Risk Management department but having experience managing projects in control related fields or those involving data consolidation enhancements within IT systems will also be of value
  • Familiarity with the financial regulatory environment in general, and, ideally with particular regulatory requirements relevant to risk reporting (e.g. BCBS239, BIS Datagaps I-I standards)

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