Agile Project Manager
- Multiple Locations
- Leading edge IT projects
- Contribute to a company that focuses on supporting the community
Tier 1 Financial Services organisation requires a Agile Project Manager to work on multiple projects within a busy and dynamic Project Delivery team.
We are currently looking for an Agile Project Manager for a 6 month contract. This is a great opportunity to be a part of a large financial organisation working on numerous projects. This role would involve working closely with the Project Delivery Team in a fast paced environment.
Tier 1 Financial Services organisation requires a strong agile Project Manager to contribute on numerous projects. This is a demanding yet rewarding role in a fast paced and fluid group who strive to create the best in class Infrastructure Solutions in Australia.
You will work in their dynamic Project Delivery team and be able to hit the ground running. Being capable of working across concurrent projects, managing stakeholders and vendors, you will enjoy being in the thick of things and be a go-getter.
To be successful for the role you must be able to demonstrate the following:
- Minimum 6 years' experience as a Project Manager delivering IT Infrastructure Projects
- Must have implemented Infrastructure Projects - Cloud
- Strong management of project risks and issues, milestones, resources and financials
- Broad technical experience across Infrastructure and the Application components
- Banking & Finance background ideally, otherwise large complex shop background
- Great work ethic with the ability to "keep up" and get the job done
- Excellent Communication Skills
- Must have strong agile experience
- Ideally SAFE 4.0 certified (highly desired)
- Ability to deliver within set time frames
- Must have strong stakeholder management skills
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Michael Waters on 02 94645704. Please quote our job reference number: 200168306.
Reference Number: 200168306_5
Contact Details: Ella 9464 5571 firstname.lastname@example.org
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