My client is looking for a Lloyds of London Insurance Market experienced Project Manager to join their team to be responsible for the end-to-end delivery of projects and/or programme of work whether this be Integration, Divestiture, Onboarding, Run-off, Process, Technology or organisational change. Key Responsibilities
Skills, Knowledge and Experience
- Leading planning and implementation of multiple projects (incl. defining the scope and goals)
- Full end to end project delivery, producing high quality plans to tight deadlines
- Actively manage project risks, issues, change management and dependencies
- Managing project administration and relevant documentation.
- Engage with various workstream leaders, providing guidance on approach and delivery
- Coordinate project staff and manage stakeholder relationships.
- Create and execute User Acceptance Testing strategies and approaches.
- Ensuring that all IT and Business operational areas are ready to accept the change
- Track performance of projects & programmes.
- Report regularly to senior management.
- Measure and evaluate project results.
- A proven track record in the delivery of large and complex change projects
- Agile Delivery experience
- Advanced knowledge of presentation tools (PowerPoint, Excel, Visio, MS Projects etc.)
- Ability to manage people, with strong interpersonal skills, relationship building skills and strong negotiation skills
- Experience of Target Operating Model, Process / Business Change approaches such as Lean, Six Sigma and extensive stakeholder engagement models.
- Demonstrate ability to effectively manage projects from design through to implementation
- Strong understanding of risk management and governance framework
- Demonstrate ability to manage stakeholders at all levels.
- Evidence of formal change management methodology qualification (e.g. PRINCE2, Agile etc.)
- Successful, continuous Project Management experience.
- Experience working within Insurance is essential; must have background within Insurance and/or London Market (Lloyd’s).