Are you an experienced Project Manager who would like to join a Commercial Banking project in Apsley?
We are looking for experienced Financial Services contractors who have experience managing internal and external stakeholder relationships.
Pay Rate: £287 - £312 per day DOE (umbrella rate)
Start Date: ASAP
End Date: 6 months initially (with a view to extend)
Please note: This role is Inside IR35
Duties and Responsibilities
- Build and manage processes to achieve delivery of the project in a specific time period.
- Project Management oversight of a team ensuring that requirements are met.
- Create and maintain a high level of work to ensure audit standards are met.
- Find creative solutions to any issues/ problems which may present themselves by working efficiently with the project team and stakeholders.
Skills & Experience Required
- Project management experience within Financial Services.
- Commercial banking or remediation/ redress experience would be considered.
- Experience working in challenging and fast paced working environments.
- Experience managing customer data and ability to apply improvement methodology.
- Strong communication skill, both written and verbal.
You will have a clear credit and criminal background file to be considered and be able to prove activity it cover the last 5 years including any gaps in employment.
|Remuneration:||£287 to £312 per day DOE|
|Location:||Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire|
|Sector:||Financial Services & Professional Services - Commercial Banking|
|Date Added:||05 Feb 2020|
|Closing Date:||04 Mar 2020|
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