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PMO Consultant

Job Title: PMO Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Barcelona
Industry:
Salary: €45000.00 - €55000.00 per annum
REF: J7879_1494923453
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email: gabrielj@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a global end user client based in Barcelona who are currently looking for a PMO Analyst/Consultant to join their organisation on a permanent basis.

The main focus of this role will be to take responsibility for the effective finance/budget and process management for delivery of a suite of small to medium sized projects with a typical cost of USD 1 million.

You will need to have;

  • A background within a PMO/Project management
  • Strong experience within Finance/budget management across projects - (essential)
  • Knowledge of SAP (advantageous but not essential)
  • Flexible working approach and a team player
  • Good written and verbal communication skills

This is a great opportunity with a globally recognised organisation. If you would like to hear more about this opportunity then please do get in touch.

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