Project Manager (Software Development) Growing Payments Multinational

Recruiter
FORTE ICT (JN Enterprises LTD)
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
11 Oct 2019
Closes
08 Nov 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Project Manager (UK)

ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES:

The ideal Project Manager will be responsible for:

  • Understanding and following all aspects within the classic product/project lifecycle i.e. planning, risk analysis, milestones etc;
  • Facilitating the delivery of the projects within the agreed timelines and budget;
  • Prepare the scope and requirements and ensure these are agreed by all parties within each project;
  • Work closely with the internal development teams and external partners to ensure the resource planning and assignment is in place to achieve the delivery;
  • Prepare and maintain project documentation and report on status to management;
  • Maintaining a good technical understanding of 3C products and solutions;
  • Build and maintain a network of third party integrators, acquirers and developers;
  • Ensuring signoff and handover to the Service Operations team.

CANDIDATE PROFILE

Key Attributes

  • Prince II or PMP qualification;
  • Technical/scientific university degree or equivalent would be valued;
  • MS Office and Tools (Visio, Project).

Skills & Experience Required:

  • Project Management experience in a software development environment;
  • Knowledge of software development lifecycle, Software testing lifecycle;
  • Payment Industry skills a big plus but not essential;
  • Excellent analytical and pro-active, ability to work unsupervised and under pressure;
  • Strong relationship management with the partners throughout several countries
  • Good communication and user document writing skills (English mandatory);
  • Pro-active and well organized attitude in all areas;
  • Able to prioritize multiple tasks maintaining overview and focus;
  • Team player;
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in a technical project management environment.

Languages

  • Fluent in English (both oral and written);
  • Any European additional languages are considered as an asset.