PMO Analyst at Homes England, UK Office/Remote, 3 Months, £Contract Rate

  • Contract Spy
  • Hybrid (Bristol, Coventry, Leeds, Manchester)
  • Feb 08, 2024
up to 6 Months

Contract Description

 

PMO Analyst - Inside IR35

Contract Term: Until 31/03/2024 (Possible extension)

Contracting Authority: Homes England

Location: Hybrid working (2 days per week in Bristol, Leeds, Coventry or Manchester office with remaining 3 days WFH)

Homes England, the government’s housing and regeneration agency, plays a central role in tackling the housing challenges the country now faces. We have the appetite, influence, expertise, and resource to drive positive market change, and our mission is to ensure more homes are built in areas of greatest need, improve affordability and create a sustainable housing market. 

 

Following the publication of the government’s Levelling Up White Paper, Homes England has also been tasked with a core role in spearheading regeneration, partnering with places to reduce economic disparity, empower local leaders and create equal opportunities across the country to ensure communities reach their full potential.

 

The main duties and responsibilities of the PMO Analyst would be:

  • Planning and implementing project management strategies, based on templates and toolsets.
  • Monitoring existing projects to ensure timely execution and completion.
  • Gathering and analysing project data to identify its weaknesses and resolve any time-related or budgetary snags.
  • Liaising with project team members and providing suggestions or solutions to unforeseen issues when needed.
  • Preparing/supporting project status reports for management review.
  • Communicating with clients about the status and progress of their projects.
  • Ensuring all project strategies follow EPMO governance standards
  • Working closely with Digital Operations and Data team on the management, delivery and assurance of Digital projects, ensuring Project information is up-to-date, and providing updates to Digital Portfolio Group
  • Developing and adopting best practice through continuous improvement of business assurance processes and activity across Digital Directorate

 

You’ll have:

  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience as a PMO analyst or a similar role.
  • Excellent knowledge of PMO/project management strategies, processes, and tools.
  • The ability to analyses a range of complex data and make decisions based on analytical findings.
  • Great computer skills and knowledge of Project Management tools
  • Strong programme coordination and administration abilities.
  • Good critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Solid communication and interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and work well under pressure.