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Senior IT Project Manager

  • Location:

    City of London

  • Sector:

    Transformation & Change Management

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £65000 - £75000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Lauren Taylor

  • Contact email:

    Lauren.Taylor@oliverjames.com

  • Job ref:

    JOB-032022-165662_1650358417

  • Published:

    28 Tage her

  • Expiry date:

    2022-05-19

Senior IT Project Manager - Permanent - Remote (UK based)

A globally renowned FMCG business are currently searching for a skilled Senior IT Project Manager to join the team on a permanent basis.

As a Senior PM, you will be responsible for working with key stakeholders to elicit and define global requirements, working alongside the Head of PMO and Delivery. You will have an entreprenurial mindset, adding governance and management around the businesses IT systems, whilst being flexible with your approach to work and project delivery.

Responsibilities include:

- Implementing and maintaining new ERP systems such as D365

- Extensive use of the Microsoft office suit including Outlook, Excell, VBA, SQL and Visio applications

- Leading multiple projects at any one time across functional areas of the business such as IT, Finance, HR and Production

This is a unique business who have maintained a family-like feel within the company and are welcoming and supporting of new and innovate ideas, truly allowing you to grow and have a large amount of autonomy within your role.

Although this is a remote position, occasional travel to their HQ in London will be required and so with this in mind, we are looking for candidates within a commutable distance.

In return for your support, we are offering a salary circa £70,000, plus benefits inclusive of bonus, pension and private medical and dental cover.

For further information, or to be under immediate consideration, please contact Lauren Taylor on 0161 507 5837 / lauren.taylor @ oliverjames . com

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