This is a contract job role listed by Oval Recruit
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Project Manager - New Business, Pensions
12 month fixed term contract
Up to £55,000 plus a generous benefits package
As a result of ongoing success, this award-winning Financial Services company with offices located throughout the UK are looking to recruit a strong Project Manager to work closely with their New Business team and existing clients.
The main focus of the Project Manager is to support the tender process which involves adding project plans to tender documents and presenting management processes to prospective clients. Following a successful tender, the PM will then run the new client onboarding and implementation process and any other ad-hoc projects.
In addition, the Project Manager will have involvement in projects to develop new systems and the functionality of existing systems, liaising with external developers to achieve this.
The successful Project Manager can be based at either their Berkshire, Bristol or Newcastle office.
This role will suit individuals with significant end-to-end Project Management experience, ideally from the Pensions/Insurance/Financial Services sector but this is not a firm requirement.
Involvement with systems development / application development would be a distinct advantage. You should also take pride in ensuring the company remain ranked as the UK’s number one provider.
For more information please contact Hannah Ross.
Listed on: 17/04/2019
Listed Until: 29/05/2019
Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Type of Employment: contract, full time ~37 hours each week
Salary Amount: GBP £45000
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