My Dublin based client currently requires an experienced Programme Manager to join their expanding team in a contract role.
Having recently completed a successful first phase delivery of our new Insurance Administration system we have embarked on a major second phase of work, including the migration from our legacy infrastructure. This is a vibrant programme of work with a significant positive impact on our business, utilising the latest Agile project methodology. The Programme Manager will take control of this programme and bring it to a successful conclusion. Working with senior colleagues from IT, Underwriting, Sales, Business Services, and Finance, you will own the end-to-end responsibility for this critical programme. This role is about pragmatic collaboration with stakeholders, team colleagues and vendors to manage all programme deliverables in terms of time, cost, quality, scope and the establishment of a benefits realisation plan.
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