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PMO Support Analyst

Job Title: PMO Support Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 1 Year
REF: PMO-1004_1411981196
Contact Name: Charles Cosgrove
Contact Email: charlesc@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Montash are currently engaged by a global manufacturing organisation to search and secure a PMO support to, assist the setup of a single global SAP template. THE PMO support will ideally have experience in global SAP rollouts.

The PMO support will be responsible for:

Defining the project plan in conjunction with PMs

Risks and issue management (RAID)

Project financial and status reporting

PRINCE2 (or other) certification

familiar with SAP implementation dependencies

This is an immediate requirement for an experienced PMO to join a highly dynamic team on a initial 12 month fixed term contact with the opportunity to become a permanent member thereafter. If you match the job description above please call in for a confidential conversation.

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