Digital Transformation Programme Manager
Are you looking for your next leadership role for a leading fashion retailer?
We are currently working with a leading British fashion retailer firm based in London looking for their next IT Digital Transformation Programme Manager to deliver a portfolio of application development projects.
If you are able to take full responsibility for the definition, documentation and successful completion of complex projects then you could be the Programme Manager that we are looking for.
What will you be doing?
Managing medium and large scale projects and programmes, ensuring the requirements of the full product life cycle is adhered to.
Responsible for managing a full team, ensuring they remain on track for the business's interest.
Reporting to the Programme Director as well as reporting to and managing key stakeholders across the business.
The role shall be based within an office in London with the need from time to time to work elsewhere.
What skills/experience should you have?
* Working with established Retailers within the UK, in a fast past environment managing multiple teams of various sizes.
* Planning directing, and coordinating activities to implement a project/programmes from initiation to final stage
* Resourcing, budgeting, planning and presenting accurate reports to stakeholders.
* Providing effective leadership within IT
* Strong communication skills
Please note: we are currently only able to accept applications from candidates with at least three years experience in the retail sector
Duration: 6 months (initially)
Rate: £500-£700 per day
Are you the Programme Manager that we are looking for? If so, get in touch with Ryan at Computer Futures today.
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