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Senior IT PMO Analyst

Employer
Utilita Energy Limited
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
18 Jan 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Title: Senior IT PMO Analyst - Portfolio

Department: Service Delivery

Location: Eastleigh or Remote working

At Utilita we believe in enabling you to be the best that you can be, by offering new opportunities. Our determination to succeed is achieved by us working together with a common goal, to service our customers in the best possible way and to continue to challenge the status quo.

What part can you play in making a difference?

The PMO works within IT to drive quality improvement on governance, reporting and delivering support across all projects and programmes.

You will create, develop and enhance Management Information, processes and controls within the PMO and be responsible for dashboards and post project and programme reviews to assess success and benefits realisation.

You will also identify KPIs, manage the Risk Register and the high-level budget tracking, trend analysis and reporting.

What can you bring?

You will enjoy working at a complex multi project and programme overview (portfolio) level.

Your demonstrable experience in supporting, and guiding project and programme teams in processes and governance, will allow you to quickly make a positive impact in this role.

Your reporting, analysis skills and inquisitive nature will allow you to truly understand the workings of the PMO and allow you to provide accurate and insightful reports and suggestions for process improvement.

You will have a good eye for detail and your experience in budget management will ensure the decision makers are well informed, as they oversee the direction of their projects and programmes.
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