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Project Manager - Agile

  • Location

    Camden, London

  • Sector:

    IT & Telecoms

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  • Salary:

    £50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum + benefits

  • Contact:

    Jenna Devine

  • Contact email:

    [email protected]

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  • Published:

    11 months ago

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Working for a leading digital design and marketing agency as a Project Manager you will be responsible for managing the delivery of a diverse range of software development projects ranging from application development to web site design and build.

Salary and Benefits
The Project Manager will earn a competitive salary: £50,000 - £60,000 and excellent benefits which includes an annual bonus: 12.5%. Along with this you will be offered the opportunity to grow and progress within the organisation and full time onsite technical trainers that offer you professional qualifications to better your CV and more importantly your career.

*Defining and agreeing project scope, outputs, and timescale, quality and cost criteria to ensure business requirements are understood and agreed.
*Defining and establishing the project structure and identifying the roles and teams involved to ensure efficient and effective project delivery.
*End to end delivery of a project through the full life cycle
*Putting effective governance mechanisms in place e.g. Change Control, Risk Management Reporting, and Financial Management.
*Working closely with all stakeholders to ensure that the progress/impact to the overall project is understood and communicated

Essential Criteria
*Experience working in a gaming/gambling environment is desirable
*Degree educated in a related discipline
*Excellent communication skills
*Technical project management experience within a software / web development environment
*Experience with the Agile methodology and Scrum in particular
*A proven track record of successful projects
*Strong stakeholder management skills

Full Job description available upon request