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Senior IT Project Manager

Ref: 9222082

  • €70,000 - €80,000
  • 24 Nov 2020
  • Dublin (Central)
  • Perm

I am seeking a Senior IT Project Manager for a major Consultancy practice based in the heart of Dublin city. In this role you will join The Project Delivery team, who are responsible for delivering and maintaining a project delivery capability to enable the delivery of strategic transformation and change programmes across a their client base.

Responsibilities:

• Managing the delivery of a portfolio of projects from initiation through to project closeout. • Influencing the continuous improvement of project delivery across various portfolios, through the use of standard project delivery processes. • Ensuring the procurement process is followed as appropriate in the project lifecycle. • Acting as a key enabler to business for project delivery. • Managing project plans and allocating resources to achieve planned work schedules. • Manages stakeholders across the project lifecycle including users and external resources/service providers. • Managing to budgets and timescales to ensure adherence to approved milestones and overall budget • Ensure the project team develops detailed test plans and test data for system, business, and post – production testing. • Ensure user training and post go live support established and completed to support the project. • Building and maintaining strong relationships with business leaders and influencing their decisions on project prioritisation.

Requirements:

• 3rd level qualification in Business, IT or related discipline. • Minimum of 7 years Project Delivery Experience, with a least 5 years as a Project Manager. • Project Management qualification required. • Proven ability to create and develop good working relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals, coupled with the ability to gain commitment from others. • Experience with identifying improvement opportunities, generating ideas and implementing solutions. • Have excellent analytical skills and be able to identify and analyse problems and potential. Improvements, and propose and implement solutions. • Ability to set up ongoing procedures to collect and review information as needed. • Proactively identifying new areas of learning and using newly gained knowledge and skill on the job. • Ability to set own high standards of performance and delivering desired results. For more details, please contact Ian Donnelly on 01 662 1000 or [email protected]