Digital Transformation Programme Manager

England, Surrey
Up to £450 per day + (Umbrella)
10 Jul 2019
07 Aug 2019
Emily Day
Contract Type
Full Time

JOB TITLE: Programme Manager
LOCATION: Kingston upon Thames, London
DURATION: 6 months
PAY RATE: £450 per day Umbrella
IR35 Status: Inside.

The client is undergoing a period of significant change. In the context of shifting resident demands, the increasing need to deliver value for money and our ambition to be a leading client we need to rethink and reassess how we provide services.

In order to achieve this we have embarked upon a massive transformation programme which consists of a number of key projects that are critical to the future success and financial stability of the client. We therefore require a strong programme manager to drive the delivery of these projects and ensure they are delivered on time and to budget.

Our transformation projects are taking place across all of our directorates and are varied in terms of their subject matter and end goals. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, Children's Services, Adult Social Care, Highways and IT & Digital.

The programme manager role will require you to co-ordinate, oversee and manage a large and complex Digital and Agile programme in its entirety, ensuring that it is delivered on time and to budget. Project's may include RPA, Data & Insights, Portals, Community Based Working, Extend Mobile Equipment, Connectivity, Citizens Identity, Integration and Enterprise Data Management.

We are therefore looking for people who are organised, analytical, have excellent communication skills, experience working with a broad range of stakeholders and who are not afraid to challenge the status quo.

Experience and qualifications required:

Registered MSP / PRINCE 2 Practitioner (or comparable recognised qualification) Evidence of continuous training and personal development

Able to work flexibly in terms of working hours and location

Extensive experience of using MS Project, or comparable project management tools for project planning and monitoring.

Knowledge of methods and techniques to professionally negotiate and management of 3rd party suppliers to ensure their successful and timely contribution to the project

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