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Senior Project Manager - Infrastructure - Luton 80K-88K

Job Title: Senior Project Manager - Infrastructure - Luton 80K-88K
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £80000.00 - £88000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6134
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email: vikkib@montash.com
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Senior Project Manager; Infrastructure - Luton - £80,000 - £88,000

Our client a FTSE 100 International e-commerce business is currently seeking a Senior Project Manager to join their team based in Luton, ideally with a background in retail or e-commerce. The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for managing the delivery of Enterprise IT infrastructure programmes and projects which include End User Compute, Database, Compute & Storage and Networks.

Essential Skills:

  • Extensive experience delivering Enterprise IT infrastructure projects
  • Strong people management skills including handling performance issues
  • Ability to manage senior stakeholders up to board level
  • Ideally a background in retail or e-commerce

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the delivery of approved programmes/ projects to the agreed plan and budget
  • Assist Business Systems Manager with budgeting and planning the delivery of the portfolio
  • Gain approval for project spend and ensure a business case exists
  • Define and execute appropriate project governance
  • Engagement of stakeholders (up to board level)
  • Deputise for IT Leadership team members in their absence
  • Identify, analyse and manage risks and issues that arise during the execution of projects.
  • Work with the business and manage business analysts to distill business requirements and advise on the most effective solution.
  • Contribute to the overall solution design by providing technical insight and challenging the solution assumptions
  • Provide robust estimation and develop project timelines and resourcing requirements
  • Ensure any solution proposed will meet the functional & non-functional requirements
  • Working with Enterprise and Solution architecture to ensure all proposed solutions meet the business requirement and align to the overall IT strategy.
  • Working with Solution Delivery, ensure the development have been fully tested, including regression, back out/ roll-back and disaster recovery.
  • Provide regular highlight/status reporting to business and IT functions
  • Managing all vendors used within the delivery of projects and participation in the process of negotiation and review of contracts with suppliers
  • Lead team of business analysts and project managers to deliver approved projects and service enhancements.

If this Senior Infrastructure Project Manager role is of interest then please respond with an up to date CV.

Senior Project Manager; Infrastructure - Luton - £80,000 - £88,000

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