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Interim Programme Management Office Analyst

£300 - £400 per day
Work from Home

Job description

Interim Programme Management Office Analyst

12 Months Contract

Remote working

£300 - £400 Per Day Inside IR35

My client:

My client are an emergency services organisation who are looking for Interim Programme Management Office Analyst to join their team. The PMO role will be concentrating the reporting and configuration management for the two new programmes (MDVS and CRS) as well as the ESMCP Home Office lead programme.

Your role:

  • Work with a large number of stakeholders including Senior Managers across the NHS and other emergency service organisations to replace the current Airwave Service.
  • Produce all of the centralised performance reporting, plans and controls for all projects and facilitate the Quality Assurance processes.
  • Be responsible for the development and ownership of an effective configuration management plan which will include specific procedures, identify roles and responsibilities.
  • Develop the entire suite of reports which includes for example the following; tracking status of Programme deliverables and milestones; responsible for the development and adoption of the project reporting lifecycle. In addition, will be responsible for the setting up and maintain of the configuration systems. monitoring the status of projects transitioning, the relationship coordination of the regular project and Programme level reporting cycles.
  • To be responsible for junior staff both permanent and contractors within the PMO functional area.
  • The role will also have shared responsibility for the support of the teams IT infrastructure including laptops, software, file/print server, backups and liaison with 3rd party support organisations on behalf of the team.
  • Development and ongoing management of a configuration management plan which will describe any specific procedures, identify roles and responsibilities to be effective, predictable and repeatable during the Programme life cycle.
  • Ensure all changes to configuration items are documented. An important aspect is the ability to identify the interrelationships between configuration items. This is essential information for the 'review' and 'assessment' steps in the change control process
  • Manage formal Project delivery as required, including the production of business cases, investment appraisals for investments and recognised Project Controls. Such projects may include those not specific to IT.
  • Perform analysis on data sets which are sometimes complex to facilitate efficiencies within the PMO
  • Extract data inputs from various sources and to capture, control, improve, report and analyse data as appropriate.
  • Excel skills would be an advantage to manipulate data i.e. through the use of formulas, pivot tables and graphs to manipulate various data sets.
  • Manage and assist with the quality assurance process.
  • Develop and assist with the development of Programme communication plans
  • To jointly line manage the Technical and Project Support Officers
  • Provide technical advice and guidance to management and users.

What you need to be successful:

  • Degree or Equivalent
  • Structured professional course and qualification in: PRINCE2, or MSP
  • Able to meet the requirements of the Knowledge and Skills Framework for their role.
  • Current, clean driving license
  • Minimum 5 years management experience in the implementation and support of complex projects/Programmes.
  • Supervision/Line Management of others within a project environment
  • Experience of Microsoft operating systems.
  • Thorough understanding of Microsoft Office products.
  • Expertise in use of standard Microsoft Office Products especially Project Management Tools to produce project plans, presentations, and reports.
  • Expert in Microsoft Project
  • Ability to Project Manage high-value, complex implementations and resolve resource conflicts.
  • Ability to produce and monitor, forecast and audit budgetary plans.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with a proven ability to train others
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight timescales
  • Ability to produce business cases and investment appraisals, and experience of managing contractors.
  • Ability to Communicate effectively with senior management and suppliers.
  • Experience of producing and managing policies, processes and procedures.

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Johanne Linehan
Technology Recruitment Team
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