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PMO Manager - Banking - Cyber - London - City, London, United Kingdom, EC1A2


PMO Manager - Banking - Cyber
6 months initially

Financial Services, Change Management, Banking, programme set up, project set up, governance, reporting, monitoring, control, planning, RAID management, resource management, financial management, stakeholder management, stakeholder engagement, risk, issue, assumption, dependencies, raid, documentation, attention to detail, MS Office, Excel, CMT
Our leading UK Banking client are looking for generic PMO managers that can hit the ground running and require no hand holding - Banking backgrounds essential - to join their Cyber piece.
Essential for applicants

  • Banking/FS backgrounds
  • 5+ years' experience in a PMO Manager position

Key Accountabilities:
Governance and Reporting: Ensures clear, impartial, comprehensive and relevant visibility of cumulative status and progress at all necessary levels of the organisation, by co-ordinating the production and collation of status reports and relevant management information across projects and workstreams and ensuring the right level of quality is achieved. Ensures these are captured within the Change Management Toolkit (CMT) and included at relevant programme management/governance forums.
Monitoring and Control: Uses established project methodologies to control, log, manage and monitor project timescales, risks, assumptions, change control, issues and dependencies, milestones and outcomes, ensuring the right level of quality is achieved and escalating as appropriate to overcome delays, difficulties or cost over-runs.
Planning: Defines and implements the overall planning approach, obtains acceptance and buy-in to the approach from all stakeholders and ensures planning standards and guidelines are adhered to across project (s)/programme, providing guidance and coaching to colleagues as appropriate.
Ensures detailed project/programme plans are in place to the right level of quality and that progress is monitored to project completion.
Stakeholder Management: Engages with a diverse group of stakeholders to influence required actions to meet the project milestones and address risk, regulatory and financial issues.
Internal/External Relationships: Builds and maintains external and internal networks to identify best practice and to build the profile and capability of the PMO and change management Community.
People and Self Development: Manages, motivates and develops assigned team members to create a high performing team.
Risk: Continuously monitors projects for risk issues and regulatory compliance and ensures mitigating actions are in place.
Group Values: Positively influences others by demonstrating the Bank's values and behaviour and encourages this in team members.
Colleagues may specialise in one or more areas outlined above depending on the size of the portfolio, programme or project they are assigned to. It is expected that all colleagues will have good knowledge of the wider PMO Manager role and that specialisms

Contracts offered will be for 6 months initially, with the view to extend beyond.