Role: I.T Project Manager
Salary: £400 to £500 per day Inside IR35
Key Role Descriptors:
The role holder will develop, manage and successfully deliver complex, high value-projects and initiatives, taking direct responsibility for the successful delivery of all elements to agreed levels of time, budget and quality.
The role holder will manage, deploy and co-ordinate resources effectively, ensuring that project / initiative necessities are fully identified, including staffing, financial and ICT requirements.
The role holder will ensure that change is managed effectively by working with relevant project teams and key stakeholders within the business.
Key Role Accountabilities:
Provide strong leadership to project resources, framework partners and consultants, defining work, ensuring deadlines are understood and adhered to and that project objectives are clearly articulated and understood.
Proactively utilise business management tools and solutions to effectively manage resources and individual project budgets and expenditure forecasts ensuring delivery of the project to an agreed budget and providing updates on a regular basis. Effectively manage project risk through effective analysis, mitigation and contingency planning.
Deliver a range of fully assessed options for resolution of highly complex issues in order to drive effective decision-making, monitor interdependencies and risks between projects and escalating risks of potential conflicts where necessary.
Develop and maintain effective relationships with senior officers and other key stakeholders, ensuring clear and effective channels of communication. Maintain control of scope through an effective change control process, consulting with key stakeholders as necessary.
Accountable for the management of all project documentation, including effective record keeping and version control of project documentation.
A strong and clear advocate for the organisation’s m people approach.
Roles at this level may be required to manage a range of assigned resources, which may be human, financial or other, to ensure continuous improvement in service delivery. Staff management duties may be either through direct line management of a team (including appraisals, performance management and other duties) or through matrix management of a virtual team of officers.
Personal commitment to continuous self development and service improvement.
Through personal example, open commitment and clear action, ensure diversity is positively valued, resulting in equal access and treatment in employment, service delivery and communications.