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Junior PMO / PMO Support

Job Title: Junior PMO / PMO Support
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £250 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: WP2451_95876
Contact Name: William Parker
Contact Email: williamp@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Junior PMO / PMO Support

 

  • Maintenance of the project plan, chasing progress
  • Maintaining good quality project level RAID logs
  • Supporting the IT Project Manager with quality assurance regarding the accuracy of the reported portfolio status
  • Maintain project library and data ensuring that the Clarity PPM Tool is accurate
  • On boarding of new project team members
  • Co-ordinate project team meetings, logging minutes and actions and proactively checking on progress
  • Liaising with other project service providers regarding commercial and other project governance activities
  • Experience of working on Global Programmes

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