PMO Analyst

Well Pharmacy
13 Apr 2018
14 May 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
PMO Analyst

Location: Manchester

Salary: up to £40,000 depending on Experience

We are a national pharmacy chain who are embracing the digital era. We plan to use technology to help people and improve healthcare in ways we never thought possible. We’ve got two priorities — create brilliant new services our customers love, and build tools that give our pharmacy teams time back to do what they do best: keeping us all healthy.

We’re hiring for some fantastic opportunities for our Portfolio Team who overseas all of our change projects and are based in our central Manchester head office. One of the key roles we are recruiting for is a PMO Analyst who will be, if you want to join the team, please get in touch!

If you can bring experience of working in a corporate PMO and a good understanding of PMO controls and standards, you'll have the chance to develop your skills, make an impact, and help to support the way the whole industry works.

What you'll do

Responsible for programme / portfolio reporting into portfolio and change board
Build and maintain effective working relationships with senior stakeholders and PMs providing credible PMO advice and technical guidance
Manage governance forums and inputs for Exec and SLT review
Analyse and interpret status reports and MI to identifying trends and anomalies, and circulate ahead of forums (including those attended by executive and SLT)
Produce the portfolio plan using inputs from the programmes and project documents provided to ensure delivery against timeframes, cost and capacity requirements.
Highlight and provide insight into deviations, critical risk and issues and dependencies across the portfolio
Identify and escalate material changes to timelines and quality delivery
Identify and manage change control requests for strategic programmes
Manage inputs to the change impact assessment framework
Prioritises workload to embed PMO governance throughout the business including weekly, monthly and annual responsibilities feeding into the 3 year strategy
Ensure suitable methodology is used for approvals and ensure compliance from across the business
Develop and maintain an effective means of organising and managing program documentation.
We’d love to speak to you if you have:

Degree or professional level experience relevant to the role
Experience of working within a corporate PMO and a good understanding of PMO controls and standards
Strong stakeholder engagement, communication and influencing skills
Ability to analyse and interpret complex data, simply and concisely in both written and verbal forms
Excellent planning and organisational skills with high attention to detail
Computer literate with experience of Microsoft Project
The ability to work within a multi-functional team environment to achieve business objectives
Working understanding of Prince 2 principles
If you want to help us with our purpose, of looking after people’s most precious thing, their health and wellbeing, and you're keen to progress your career with a business that's going to disrupt the market, then join us

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