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Digital Project Manager

Job Title: Digital Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £525 - £600 per day
Start Date: 04/04/2016
Duration: 12 months
REF: DPM11
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email: mitchellf@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Q1 keeps getting busier! Montash have been engaged by a leading high-street retailer looking for a Digital Project Manager for an initial 12 month engagement. You will be working on various projects that include:

PURPOSE

We are looking for a Digital Project Manager with Agile delivery experience to manage creative projects across our platforms. The projects will span technologies and devices and have a wide business impact across departments. This will will give the ideal candidate great exposure across the business and will provide opportunities to develop knowledge of the sector.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Will be a key member of the Digital team and will manage projects from inception through to delivery. Will be responsible for delivery of the User Experience, User Interaction and Interface Design, Development, Testing and User testing of a project- working closely with a team of Business Analysts and Product Owners
  • Will be a pro-active character capable of driving the project forwards in a positive way - with a hunger for inspiring change and operational improvement. Will have a knowledge of Agile and an understanding of Jira
  • Will work with a passionate and dedicated team - on a day to day basis tasks:
  • Requirements gathering with UX team and Business Analyst
  • UX, Design management
  • Development management with on and offshore teams
  • Sprint Planning
  • Creation of process proposals including project plans and timelines
  • Backlog management with the Business Analyst and Product Owner
  • Running of daily meetings with the delivery teams
  • Stakeholder management at all levels
  • Helping to plan and conducting user research and usability tests
  • Creating great work that meets business objectives


PERSON PROFILE

  • Experience of running delivery of Agile projects is essential. An understanding of best practice Agile Project. Management approaches and how to apply them, but don't necessarily have a certificate
  • Solid industry experience working across large websites, mobile to desktop. Could be from an agency or client side - but either way, should have hands on experience managing UX and Design and Development teams

If this is you, contact me on mitchellf@montash.com.

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