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Business Readiness Project Manager

Job Title: Business Readiness Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Salary: £475 - £525 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-6 Months
REF: J9132_1503482256
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Business Readiness Project Manager required. One of Montash's leading clients based in the West Midlands require a Business Readiness Project Manager to work on an exciting project.

The Business Readiness Project Manager will be writing the UK delivery plan and ensuring all functional areas deliver against it. The Business Readiness Project Manager will be coordinating cross functional delivery and deployment, working on dependency mapping and management, as well as stakeholder engagement, so superb communication skills are a must.

In addition to this, the Business Readiness Project Manager will be driving issue resolution and risk mitigation, along with change management, so previous experience in this capacity is important. You will be owning business readiness reporting and delivery and tracking.

Experience of managing and mentoring colleagues will be a big plus as you will be working with three Business Analyst resources. Further to this, an understanding of Gantt chart progress is important as you will need to raise issues where appropriate.

If you relish a challenge and work well in a fast-paced, results orientated environment then please send me your CV immediately.

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