Project Manager - Requirements and Business Analysis at Tokio Marine HCC, London, £Contractor Rate

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  • London, UK
  • Apr 07, 2021
Duration not stated

Contract Description

Position at Tokio Marine HCC 

Role Overview:

TMHCC is delivering a programme, Titan, to review our data architecture and refresh our existing data warehouse and supporting data platforms. These play a critical role in the success of TMHCC and the programme is part of ensuring that the platform is fit for purpose and meets the demands for the future and continued growth ambitions.

 

TMHCC requires an experienced Project Manager with Business skills in the area of Business Data Transformation.

 

Role Purpose:

 

This role is required to:

 

  • Project manage, conflict resolution and lead jointly two workstreams – Requirements and Business Analysis workstream and the Architecture and Design workstreamwithin the Titan Programme
  • Create and maintain the business requirements and architecture and design, project plans to ensure traceability of requirements to the technical specifications. Provide support on development and testing queries
  • Manage collation, review, approval and changes to requirements, scope and design on an on-going basis through workshops and the programme governance principles/methods
  • Perform ongoing updates to the project plan to reflect point intime workstreams status and estimated date of completion
  • Preparing weekly status report
  • Identify critical path priorities, plan and deliver accordingly
  • Proactively manage all risks, issues and dependencies pertaining to the respective workstreams
  • Deliver key milestones set out in the programme road map
  • Engage with key stakeholders across the business and technology teams to help drive forward the two workstreams

 

Key Responsibilities

This role will primarily manage the two workstreams within the Titan programme reporting to the Programme Manager. This role will work with key stakeholder teams and other Programme workstreams to support the translation of requirements into accurate user stories, functional specifications, business and project documents whilst supporting other tasks in the SDLC

 

Furthermore, they will have to be able to clearly articulate their approach and deliverables for the following activities: -

 

  • Performs all defined duties of a Project Manager including requirements identification; resource requirements; project dependencies, planning and progression; financials management; status reporting; effective communications; ongoing risk assessment and adaptation; and appropriate escalation.
  • Lead the organisation of workshops as required to evaluate the potential business and technical impacts of the delivery including any dependencies on other workstreams and programmes,
  • Ensures full understanding of project impacts then translate that into comprehensive engagement strategies.
  • Interact with stakeholders at all levels and across numerous disciplines to both ensure:
    • the objectives of any Requirements Analysis, Architecture and Design workstreams undertaken are commonly understood and agreed
    • progress against those objectives is communicated in a timely, accurate and appropriate manner.
  • Engage with business stakeholders, wider change teams and subject matter experts (SMEs) to define and agree workstream approach, timeliness, costs and outcomes.
  • Feed into the overall Programme planning, reporting updates.
  • Create and maintain project plans, estimating timelines, establishing deadlines, actively monitoring milestone completion, tracking all phases of the project/programme, providing timely reporting of issues that may impact progress of the project, coordinating actions and resolving conflicts.
  • Manage change impact effectively and efficiently embed into business as usual.
  • Contribute to the overall Programme budget process.
  • Escalate, as appropriate, any risks and issues which may have a negative impact on the delivery of the project as a whole or on resources and/ or systems.
  • Ensure all work undertaken is delivered in accordance with established Programme approaches.
  • Seeks counsel of peers, stakeholders, and/or program/project leads in times of strategically complex or critical ambiguity and adapts planning, communications, and engagements accordingly.

 

Skills and Experience Specification:

  • Experience in a combination of different change initiatives e.g., regulatory, compliance, operational risk, people & process, business enablement, etc. within an insurance company.
  • Understand the mechanism to capture and create business processes, functional, non-functional requirements for MI / BI reports and applications and technical specifications.
  • Demonstrable business change delivery experience ideally through a Datawarehouse transformation programme from user requirements definition through design, development, testing and implementation.
  • A track record of delivering warehousing /business intelligence/ management information projects.
  • Experience in standard PM competencies e.g. planning, risk and issue management, stakeholder management, monitoring and control by delivering across all phases of the project lifecycle
  • Proven ability to manage by influence and so engage stakeholders at all levels, across business and functions to deliver against defined objectives.
  • Solid project management experience and ability to clearly demonstrate management of cross functional/cross discipline teams both through direct management and influence.
  • Ability to work as an effective member of a team.
  • Ability to build effective teams and get the best out of people.
  • Proficiency in managing multiple tasks; work-streams concurrently, prioritizing accordingly to ensure consistent deliver to time.
  • Strong analytical skills: the role requires interpretation and synthesis of regulatory, business and technical information to ensure that the solutions implemented deliver business outcomes.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with proven ability to vary approach and so ensure that the method of communicating any message is tailored to the intended audience.