IT Project Manager

Recruiter
Harvey Nash
Location
Edinburgh
Salary
£60000 - £75000 per annum
Posted
07 Nov 2017
Closes
15 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Do you have the experience and understanding of operating in a global and challenging corporate environments with expert knowledge of software development life-cycle? Have you got extensive experience either in a large financial services environment, or working for a supplier into this industry? Have you delivered full life-cycle projects so many times you can not recount them all? I am searching for a first class IT Project Manager on a permanent basis to join a leading tier 1 bank in Scotland who can manage a challenging schedule working with both on and off shore teams in development, test and implementation. Day to day you will take responsibility for multiple projects, you will manage and direct multiple project teams engaged in the design, testing and implementation of key products and applications, delivered in the most Agile way possible suiting business objectives. You will have accountability for budget control, resource management to determine and assess needs for additional staff and/or consultants needed to fill gaps whilst continually managing project expectations with team members and stakeholders. Experience of enterprise size software development life-cycle, the ability to hold technical conversations with Developers, Architects and Test Managers, you will ideally come from a technical background but now have at least 4 years' experience in delivering multiple end to end projects. You will be customer centric with first class communication skills and have the desire to deliver on time and in budget meeting the business requirements that have been set. In return for this experience you will be offered a market leading salary with a really strong benefit package on top. You will be given autonomy to deliver in an environment that admires accountability with true career progression, if desired, and to work in a size and scale that is hard to match in Scotland.