Project Management Office Manager (EASS)
1st November 2019
£44674 - £52701
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UCL are looking for an experienced project/programme management office manager/analyst to support the delivery of a key transformation activity within our TOPS Programme. TOPS (Transforming Our Professional Services) aims to provide UCL with excellent, integrated and efficient professional services to support our vision of academic excellence and help sustain our position as one of the top ten universities in the world.
One of the major initiatives within TOPS is to transform how we deliver Education Administration and Student Support (EASS), focusing on improving the student experience and the quality of our student data. This will include student lifecycle mapping, a review of our digital learning environment and other student record and digital education tools. This work is known as our EASS Transformer.
The PMO Manager will support the effective administration, maintenance of information and diary management across the EASS Transformer team both now and as it grows.
This is a Fixed Term Contract post funded until December 2020 and is also available as an internal secondment.
You will be educated to degree level standard (or equivalent) or have acquired relevant experience. You will have a qualification in a recognised PPM methodology and practical, proven experience as a PMO/Project Analyst or Coordinator working in a large-scale project or programme environment.
You will be able to work across the project; from facilitating workshops and designing plans to arranging key project meetings, drafting reports and maintaining project information.
Fixed Term Contract - currently funded untill December 2020
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Closing Date: 14th November 2019
Interview Date: TBC
UCL Taking Action for Equality.
We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.
Our department is working towards an Athena SWAN award. We are committed to advancing gender equality within our department.