This role can be based from the following locations: London, Pudsey, Copley, Manchester, Edinburgh, or Bristol
At Lloyds Banking Group our vision is to be the best bank for our customers. By putting customers first, keeping banking simple and making a difference together, we’ll help Britain prosper.
Can you help us drive change on every front?
The sheer pace and scale of change taking place across our business means there couldn’t be a more exciting time to join us. So if you can manage projects through from feasibility to implementation, you’ll never be short of a new challenge. You’ll be responsible for everything from building relationships with stakeholders and agreeing project milestones to controlling budgets and managing risks. Succeed here and you can look forward to taking the next step up the career ladder or broadening your experience across bigger and more complex workstreams.
Through your stakeholder & influencing skills you should be able to demonstrate 360 degree communication ranging from senior executive stakeholders to implementation teams, and have experience in leading a team through the Project Management Lifecycle (Study, Design, Build and Test).
To qualify, you’ll need strong project management experience within a large scale financial organisation (or equivalent). Experienced in managing cost, timescale, quality and benefits realisation requirements with the agreement of Senior Stakeholders, you should also be able to demonstrate your skill in managing individual project risks and maintaining RAID logs. Strong experience in project knowledge and documentation is a must.
You will be use to working with third party suppliers and managing stakeholders, backed up by an APM or similar methodology. You should be comfortable in presentation & negotiation
In relation to budget portfolio size we are looking for candidates that have experience of significant portfolio value (1-3 million plus) or equivalent.
It would be desirable if you have good awareness of IT Architectural processes, principles and governance within Financial services and understand the current trends within the IT industry.
Digital experience preferential and Prince II or APM equivalent required.
In return, we’ll recognise and reward your performance. Our award-winning benefits package includes a flexible option that allows you to choose cash or pick from a wide range of benefits. These include a contributory pension scheme, private medical insurance and retail discount vouchers. You’ll also have our full support, training and opportunities for both personal and professional development.
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