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PMO Analyst - Bath

Job Title: PMO Analyst - Bath
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bath, Somerset
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6+ Months
REF: PMO-35635
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 11 months ago

Job Description

PMO Analyst required. PMO Analyst required for initial 6 month contract with Montash's market leading client in Bath. As PMO Analyst you will be taking a senior role within the PMO, supporting the management team in the delivery of a two year business transformation programme.

As PMO Analyst you will have a proven track-record working within busy PMO's with demonstrable skills in managing project administration, stakeholder engagement, communication plans and dashboards, budgets and forecasts, purchasing, supplier contracts, steering groups, and governance and project management standards.

It is highly desirable that you also have experience working within change programmes which have a particularly focus on improving customer engagement and customer experience although this is not essential.

The PMO Analyst must be able to work within complex and challenging PMO environments, working autonomously, with a proven track record of taking ownership of PMO tasks.

Candidates with a background working in both Prince 2 and Agile environments are also highly sought.

If you fit the profile outlined above and want to know more about this PMO opportunity then please respond with your most recent CV and await my response.

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