Technical Project Manager at BIP, Greater London, 6 Months, £Day Rate DOE

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  • Greater London, England, United Kingdom
  • May 09, 2024
6 Months or more Information Technology Management

Contract Description

About the job

 

Technical Project Manager

 

BIP is the international consultancy for the 21st century with over 5,000 consultants globally daring to make a difference.

 

Operating at the intersection of business and technology, we design, develop, and deliver sustainable solutions at pace and scale, creating greater value for customers, employees, shareholders and society.

 

As a Certified B Corporation, we believe in conducting business for the greater good. We embrace all aspects of corporate social responsibility in a way that permeates everything we do, including not only the way we interact with our own people but with our various communities as well as the environment.

 

BIP. Here To Dare.

 

Start Date: End May

Duration: 6 months +

Rate: Day rate, dependant on experience

Contract Type: IR35 TBC

 

The Role

 

We are seeking a TPM to lead the technical delivery workstream within a digital transformation programme.

 

You will lead a project team from initiation to close, to deliver effective solutions that meet approved customer and business needs. For this opportunity we will consider both permanent and contract options.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Develop and manage the project, communication, resource plans and processes
  • Analyse all management and technical processes to ensure they’re delivered as expected
  • Meet regularly with project stakeholders and define project, scope, goals and objectives
  • Lead budget and resource allocation through all project phases
  • Schedule project timelines
  • Make estimates for the budget and schedule
  • Generate regular reports to update stakeholders and manage projects
  • Establish and train teams on processes and strategies
  • Oversee day-to-day technical operations, including assignments and personnel review
  • Define roles and responsibilities of the team and determine clear deliverables
  • Research and evaluate new hardware and software technology and help make decisions on the cost-benefit analysis of new purchases
  • Update and maintain hardware and software systems as needed
  • Ensure the ongoing support for the delivered outputs has been planned and agreed with the relevant stakeholders

 

Requirements

 

BIP are a disability confident employer, and we interview every disabled applicant (As defined in the Equality Act 2010) that meets the minimum criteria for the job:

 

  • 5 years + relevant experience in a similar role

 

Additional Skills and Experience

 

  • Strong leadership qualities and ability to motivate a wide variety of teams associated with the project
  • Clear communication skills to guide project teams and coordinate with vendors and management
  • Be able to solve problems through critical thinking and having the confidence to implement innovation approaches
  • Organizational and time management skills to keep teams and projects on schedule

 

Education & Training

 

  • Master’s degree in project management or related technical field preferred
  • Project management certification preferred; Certification in Prince 2 and ITIL Foundation or Managing Professional
  • Trained in project management and knowledge of various methodologies to deliver successful projects

 

Real world, real work, and real value, that’s the BIP commitment on every transformation we do. We deliver good-sense, human-centred strategies, that produce the results. We understand the possibilities can seem endless. Challenges are complex, technology ever evolving, and business goals pressurised and diverse.

BIP believes in conducting business for the greater good. We embrace all aspects of corporate social responsibility in a way that permeates everything we do, including not only the way we interact with our own people but with our various communities as well as the environment.