Project Manager - Financial Services Software

Anderson Lamb Limited
18 Jan 2019
01 Feb 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Client Facing Project Manager - Financial Services Software implementation, travel requiredAn exciting opportunity to go to work for a market leader in the provision of flexible, complex financial systems software to the retail banking industry.This business operates a business model whereby client facing technical Project Managers take complete ownership for managing relations with clients. There are no Account Managers in this business so the buck will stop with you as far as clients are concerned.This offers a uniquely challenging environment which for the right people (those who relish personal responsibility) comes with great satisfaction and reward.
You will need to be a client facing Project Manager with extensive experience of managing the implementation of software systems.Prince 2 or PMP certified with exposure to Agile methodologies and practices, the key here is client facing software experience.Ideally you'll have a background in Financial Services systems - mortgage/loan, retail banking and the like.Perhaps most importantly in this role, you'll relish taking full responsibility for managing relations with your clients; you'll be excellent at stakeholder management of course with an instinctive grasp of the big picture.
You'll be a strong software Project Manager who is great with managing clients and also very considerate of your team of BAs, Developers and the like. All development is done in house so you'll be liaising with the team on a regular basis.You'll also be on site a fair bit so you'll need to be happy with up to 30% UK travel.Strong financials experience is a must.
I can't stress enough what a great team of people you'll be working with here.If it's time for you to take the next step in your software delivery PM career then you won't find many better opportunities right now.
Client Facing Project Manager - Financial Services Software implementation, travel required

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