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IT Regulatory Project Manager

Job Title: IT Regulatory Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Essex
Salary: £500 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
Contact Name: Dominic Pather
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

IT Regulatory Project Manager - Essex - £500 per day - Financial Client - ASAP START

Montash have been engaged by a leading Financial Client to source and secure an experienced IT Regulatory Project Manager.

Key Skills:

  • Experience in leading Regulatory change programme for financial clients
  • Any knowledge of IFRS 9 is advantageous (not essential)
  • Extensive Project Management delivery track record
  • Strong knowledge of MS Project, Agile and Prince 2
  • Working within Financial Services Savings and Lending envrionments ins beneficial
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills is key

This is an URGENT requirement for an experienced IT Regulatory Project Manager, please submit an updated CV for your application.

Location: Essex

Rate: £500 per day

Duration: 6 month contract

Employment Business: Montash

Posted Date: 26/01/17

Key Words:

Regulatory / Regulation / IFRS 9 / business change / change management / financial services / savings / lendings / project managment / project manager / programme manager / programme management / IT / Technology / Tech / global

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