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Risk PMO Analyst

Job Title: Risk PMO Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £500 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: PMOAnalystIB
Contact Name: Samuel Dinnadge
Contact Email: samueld@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash have been retained by a leading investment bank to secure a PMO Analyst to improve their overall function.

Your role of the PMO Analyst is to support the Project and Programme Management of a large, high-profile regulatory programme within the Bank across the axis of time, cost and quality. The PMO will provide support to a number of Project Managers, each responsible for a portfolio of small to mid-sized projects, and to the Programme Manager across all portfolios.

Project and Programme Management Support

  • Provide support to Project Managers in the execution of their project management responsibilities.
  • Prepare Portfolio and Programme Steering Committees inputs and capture outputs.
  • Attend regular and ad hoc governance meetings, and assist in preparation of meeting materials.
  • Maintain and provide regular updates on status and key performance indicators across the portfolios at the defined frequency.

Programme and Project Governance & Control

  • Maintain the programme documentation and collate individual project assets.
  • Maintain the project documentation library (on Sharepoint) for both the public and private documents.
  • Support the project and IT governance, ensuring a common understanding of the processes and structure is shared by all stakeholders.
  • Monitors and controls that the project delivery is in accordance with the Group's IT and Methodology governance and the Project Lifecycle.

Planning and Reporting

  • Track progress against plan for the programme.
  • Provide support to Project Manager to manage the portfolios.
  • Monitor costs in support of resource management by Project Managers.

Project Analysis and Management Information

  • Analyse project data to provide Project and Programme Manager with appropriate information to actively lead the project/programme.
  • Evaluate, measure and track the effectiveness of the delivery plan.
  • Work as a team with other PMO external to the Programme, ensuring the integrity and consistency of the project and programme information disseminated outside the Programme.
  • Provides timely reporting and continuously improve reporting capability to enable visibility of key programme data.

Business context

A transversal part of the Group Risk Management Function, the Enterprise Risk Architecture division (ERA) delivers activities, in order to :

  • foster coherence and consistency across the Group for risk reporting, stress testing and portfolio risk analysis;
  • develop further our risk analytics , modelling, as well as back testing capabilities;
  • and consolidate our data management approach.

This stream also leads the activities regarding our independent assessment of the Bank's balance-sheet liquidity risk management and of the structural interest rate and foreign exchange risk framework.

This is an urgent requirement so please send your CV to samueld@montash.com

Keywords:

PMO / PMO Analyst / financial services / investment bank / project governance / market risk / counterparty

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