Posted on :
21 May, 2019
21 May, 2019
The Project Manager (PM) role Is mainly benefits-focused.
• The role is associated mainly with programme identification and implementation, which tend to be more benefits focused than projects.
• The PM must be ‘business side’ to bridge between the programme and business operations and is responsible, on
behalf of the General Manager, for defining the benefits, assessing progress towards realisation and achieving measured improvements in business operations.
Job Title: Project Manager
• As well as the formal responsibilities set out below the PM has an important role in interfacing between the project and the business areas. This is important for communicating and encouraging the need for transformation and change within the business area in tandem with the delivery of new capabilities. The readiness of the business to exploit the new capability is crucial to success.
• Ensuring the interests of the TGL/MPSG Steering Committee or General Manager MPSG are met by the programme.
• Working with the Business Functional leads to ensure that the work of the programme, including the scope of each project, covers the necessary aspects required to deliver the products or services that will lead to operational benefits
• Working with the Business Leads and MODEC General manager to identify projects that will contribute to realising benefits and achievinq outcomes
• Identifying, defining and tracking the benefits and outcomes required of the programme
• Ensuring that maximum improvements are made in existing and new business operations as elements of change are delivered/implemented into operational use
• Leading the activities associated with benefits realisation and ensuring that continued accrual of benefits can be achieved and measured after the programme has been completed
Qualification Required & Experience
• Be drawn from the relevant business areas their participation in the programme should be an integral part of their normal responsibilities to enable changes resulting from the programme to be firmly embedded in the organisation
• Have detailed knowledge of the business environment and direct business experience – in particular, they need an understanding of the management structures, politics and culture of the organisation owning the programme
• Have effective marketing and communication skills to sell the programme vision to staff at all levels of the organisation
• Have knowledge of relevant management and business change techniques such as business process modelling and re-engineering
How to Apply
All applications should be sent to: [email protected]
Closing Date: 25 May, 2019