Project Manager Project Manager …

NatWest Group
in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 10 Jan 22
NatWest Group
in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 10 Jan 22
NatWest Group
Project Manager
Join us as a Project Manager

  • This is an opportunity for a driven Project Manager to join us and deliver our goals on time, within budget and to the highest quality
  • Exciting opportunity to join the First Party Fraud Transformation Team, you'll be joining an innovative and inclusive culture where you'll have access to fantastic development opportunities
  • Hone your existing project management skills and advance your career in this exciting, fast paced role

What you'll do

In your new role, you'll prepare, manage and provide reporting on all project plans, controls and resource plans. You'll make sure that activities are in place to adequately prepare the business and engage all the appropriate stakeholders effectively to enable change to be implemented and handed over.

As a manager, it'll be your responsibility to empower and lead a team through the project lifecycle, set team member objectives, and carry out regular individual assessments and formal appraisals.

You'll also:

  • Identify, track, manage and mitigate any project risks, assumptions, issues and dependencies
  • Lead and define the production of a project initiation document and make sure that the solution clearly supports and is aligned to our strategic goals
  • Analyse the appropriate statements and prepare estimates for approval
  • Support the creation of a financial business case
  • Track and report project costs and make sure that the project is completed in allotted budgets
  • Make sure that all project deliverables satisfy the requirements and that they adhere to the agreed governance framework

The skills you'll need

You'll need to hold an appropriate project management qualification, as well as experience in change management. You should also have experience of delivering strategic projects that support a business strategy and its growth agenda using an agile methodology. The successful candidate will lead and manage a range of change initiatives covering the introduction and enhancement of new frauds systems, implementation of revised fraud strategies and operational and customer improvements.

You'll also need:

  • Experience of delivering project management in a technology or IT function
  • Experience of applications for systems and delivery
  • Knowledge of flexible working environments and strategies
  • Strong organisation skills and astute attention to detail
  • Experience of maintaining close working relationships with a range Customer Journey Teams and Franchises providing fraud change input and support to a broad spectrum of activities.
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