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Financial Services Project Manager

Job Title: Financial Services Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Industry:
Salary: £0.00 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 8 Months
REF: J9859_1506980032
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email: roddyc@montash.com
Job Published: 17 days ago

Job Description

Financial Services Project Manager required. A Financial Services Project Manager is required by one of Montash's key clients on an eight month contract in the West Midlands. The Financial Services Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring NCOS business readiness in Finance. The Financial Services Project Manager will be responsible for delivering the NCOS business readiness implementation plan in Finance and for driving all necessary analysis, presentation and solutions and stakeholder engagement necessary to get their functional area ready to receive the requisite change.

The Financial Services Project Manager will be responsible for implementing all necessary legal, process, organisational and technical/digital change in close collaboration with the NCOS digital and technical teams and their business stakeholder representative. In doing so, the Financial Services Project Manager will be responsible for the delivery of all this business change to time, cost and quality, to identify and manage as many risks as possible and to control all activities in order to ensure the project is successfully completed.

The Financial Services Project Manager's responsibilities will include:

  • All new Finance processes signed off, user acceptance tested and trained
  • Any new Finance third party solution providers have been onboarded, IT has been User Acceptance tested, operational procedures have been tested, SLAs have been defined and agreed and reporting has been defined and agreed
  • All new Finance organisation structures in support of new online sales are resourced and trained and ready to support new car online sales
  • All reporting requirements been put in place and reports signed off by business stakeholders

The Financial Services Project Manager will have the following:

Essential:

  • Previous experience of working in a Project Management role with a track record of successful delivery
  • Proven experience of stakeholder management at all levels
  • Methodical detailed approach to work
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills to identify how one issue can impact on another and put in place the required interventions through support or from own knowledge base
  • Ability to manage significant risks and issues
  • Negotiation and adaptability
  • Relevant degree or equivalent experience

Desirable:

  • Expertise of delivering transformation change in Finance for a large blue-chip company
  • Expertise in eCommerce change and delivery of change
  • Relevant qualification and/or training in a recognised appropriate Project Management methodology
  • Stakeholder Management expertise, specifically the ability to confidently advise and influence senior stakeholders
  • Commercially astute with an ability to understand the business function that this role supports

If you feel you have the relevant skills please apply or send your CV to roddyc@montash.com

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