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VP Finance Change Project Manager

Location: London, United Kingdom Salary: £VP Level
Type: Permanent Start Date:
Posted: 5 months ago Contact: Carly Pallett

A leading Global Bank are recruiting for a VP level Project Manager to a run a high profile and complex project within their Finance Change Function, the role will be managing a team of 10. They are looking for a strong Project Manager with extensive end to end delivery experience, as well previous experience in Finance Change. 

Responsibilities include 
• Delivery of projects (with an annual budget of approx £2m) supporting the business strategy from business case through to initiation, requirement analysis, design, build, testing, implementation and closure 
• Vision, Strategy & Direction: Defining & implementing aspects of the Finance Change vision & strategy 
• Stakeholder Management: Developing & managing relationships and communications with senior stakeholders (to MD level) 
• Planning: Ensure that plans are prepared, maintained and the progress against plans is communicated on a regular basis 
• Resource Management: Manage cross-functional project teams 
• Financial Management: Maintain the business case & project financials 
• Benefits Management: Define & track the benefits in line with the agreed business case 
• Change Standards: Ensure projects are managed in compliance with relevant governance frameworks 


Person Specification 
• Extensive experience in managing projects with medium to high complexity, business critical and cross-functional teams spanning multiple regions 
• Proven track record of the full project life cycle delivery 
• Sets stretch targets for team members that align to the areas goals & priorities 
• Leads by example promoting trust and respect in all relationships 
• Facilitates co-operation within and between teams, creating opportunities for sharing and learning 
• Encourages team members to question established processes and suggest areas for improvement