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Senior Project Manager 

London/ Remote

750 per day (Outside of IR35) 

Our client who is a global investment bank based in London and looking for a Senior Project Manager to join them for a contract. 

The ideal candidate MUST have a solid background and a proven record as a Senior Project Manager in following disciplines:

15+ years experience in Senior Project Management/ Programme management for major bank/ investment bank/ trading firm  
Thorough experience in market risk
Market Risk
Change management 
Manage a team of developers 
End to end development cycle
Front office development 
Manage projects/ programmes in QUANT development  
Manage projects/ programmes in C++ development
Manage projects/ programmes in VB development
Manage projects/ programmes in Agile principles

Up to £900 per day (24 Months+ / Outside IR35)


  • Remote/ London

You must have 10+ years of Programme Management experience in Infrastructure Delivery ideally in Telecom and Financial sector. 


  • Technical team management skills in large scale deployment projects (rollouts, infrastructure, Data Centre, IT & new development projects) stakeholder management (internal & external), management of off-shore development & delivery teams.
  • Act as a mediator between executives and numerous staff members employed as part of his or her specific area. 
  • Monitoring associated budgets, allocating project resources and motivating and managing the programme's team members. 
  • Issuing progress reports and ensuring deadlines are met in a timely and efficient fashion.
  • Define Governance, decision stage gates and responsibilities (RACI).
  • Oversee delivery of quality assurance of the programme.
  • Team player with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Must be a self-starter and ability to work independently, and ability to be flexible to handle multiple priorities to bring tasks to successful closure Strong analytical, problem-solving and decision-making capabilities. 
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

12 Month Contract - Programme Director – Swindon

Our client who are a global Telecommunications organisation are looking for a Programme Director to join them for a contract. The ideal candidate will have a solid background and a proven record as a Programme Director. Prior experience in a Telecommunications organisation will be a distinct advantage for this role. 

  • Responsibilities will include but not be limited to creating business case structure to be detailed throughout the project and ensuring the complete life cycle management of bids in reporting systems by keeping status and financial information accurate and up to date. 
  • You will also be responsible for the achievement of the project, programme or transitions objectives. 
  • Ensure the delivery of the programme or transition time, budget and quality in accordance with the contract 
  • Manage the overall client relationship Support business development opportunities. 
  • Ensure a documented and gate approved handover to the Service tower.
  • Manage and report to internal and client stakeholders Project reporting Project Leadership
  • Other responsibilities will include attending customer and stakeholder meetings. 
  • £700 - £750/day Inside IR35
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