Project Manager (website, web application development) - Agile
|Job Title:||Project Manager (website, web application development) - Agile|
|Salary:||£35000 - £40000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Amy Lawrie|
|Job Published:||3 months ago|
A highly successful, international organisation based in Canary Wharf are looking for a Project Manager to join their established technology team.
The focus of this Project Manager role will be to oversee the delivery of key development and technology projects to agreed timsecales. You will work as an interface between the technical development teams and the rest of the business and will take ownership of the delivery of a range of technology focussed projects. Previous experience working across software development or website development projects would be extremely beneficial.
Key responsibilities will include:
Project scoping; working with key stakeholders to understand business requirements, producing initial project documentation and breaking projects into component tasks
Project management; working with developers and other technical resources as well as marketing and editorial teams to drive progress
Process management; design, develop and manage project management processes
To be suitable for this Project Manager role you will ideally have worked in a software development environment previously. You will be familiar with Prince 2 and Agile methodologies and will ideally have worked within small-mediums sized businesses. You will have previously worked as an IT Project Manager, Project Coordinator or Web Project Manager and will be comfortable liaising with stakeholders at all levels.
The salary on offer for this role is £40,000 plus bonus and benefits.
To apply, please submit a WORD copy of your CV including reference ASH16717AL in the subject line.
The Ashdown Group Ltd acts as an employment agency in respect of permanent vacancies and as an employment business in respect of temporary vacancies.
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