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Junior IT Project Manager

  • Location

    Preston, Lancashire

  • Sector:

    Project / Programme Management

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    Up to £254.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Jonathan Tranter

  • Contact email:

    Jonathan.Tranter@morson.com

  • Job ref:

    154259JTR_1543918654

  • Published:

    9 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 months

  • Expiry date:

    2018-12-11

  • Start date:

    asap

  • Client:

    #

Role: Junior Project Manager

Location: Preston

Duration: 6 Months

Rate: £254.00 per day

Overall responsibility is to deliver a group of 'low complexity' IT projects to internal and
external customers managing customer expectations, customer experience, internal and
external suppliers, project schedule within MSP, and reporting activities within a PPM
toolset.


You will typically be managing around 10-15 projects concurrently, and will be required to
deliver around 40-50 projects throughout the year. An ability and energy to drive pace, and
predictability throughout the process is required and therefore enthusiasm, and
perseverance are key qualities.


The projects themselves are diverse in range, covering a number of hosting, networking,
collaboration and security technology areas, albeit at a low complexity level.
You will be working within a high-performing and highly-collaborative team, involved in
daily project standups, and engaging regularly with customers and suppliers. Therefore
strong communication skills, being personable, and operating with tact and diplomacy are
all essential traits.

Leads and manages the delivery of low complexity projects or a work package
within a larger project.
Typically manageing a single supplier
Identify and manage project level risks, issues, opportunities
Prepare and manage realistic project plans.
Track project changes
Project reporting as required by the project assurance framework, PPM, customers
and stakeholders
Monitor costs and resources against agreed budgets, take appropriate action for
any overspends
Identify and record lessons learned.