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PMO Reporting and Resourcing Analyst - Utilities

Job Title: PMO Reporting and Resourcing Analyst - Utilities
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Salary: £300 - £350 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

PMO Resource & Reporting Analyst - IMMEDIATE REQUIREMENT

Contract length: 3 Months

Location: Reading

Montash are currently engaged with a large utilities company based in Reading. The successful will be responsible for all pipeline demand management, PMO reporting compilation and management of the portfolio plan.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Assessment of new demand
  • Management of SI SLA compliance and reporting of noncompliance via the commercial process
  • Work with Business Analysts and Programme Managers to ensure pipeline process compliance
  • Review and assessment of new Mandates for approval
  • Manage relationship with SI PMO team to ensure compliance with process and management of gaps and issues
  • Communicate to IS and Partners as required

Must come from a utilities industry.

Key Words:

SI / SLA / PMO / Portfolio manager / Programme manager / Project manager / Resource analyst / Reporting Analyst / Utilities / Review / compliance / transition / timescale / reporting / MS Excel

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