Technical Project Manager - 12 mth contract - London -£300-£350 Contract
- Location: City of London, London
- Salary: £300 - £350 per day
- Sector: Programme / Project Management
- Consultant: Amy Somers
The project is essentially taking the client's loyalty programme to the next level and adding a reward currency to the existing app. The plan is to re platform the existing tech, and also do some deep integrations with the various clients businesses.The client is a digital agile business, but the other areas of the business, less so - hence needing people who understand agile & more 'traditional' methodologies.
Skills & Experience:
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or other engineering related field preferred
Experience managing project plans (Gantt chart), RAID logs, etc
Excellent written and verbal communicator, with strong organisational and prioritisation skills
Comfortable working with cloud tools such as Trello, Smartsheet, Jira, Google Sheets, etc
A strong understanding of the various methods: Agile, Lean, Kanban, and Waterfall, including PRINCE2 - preferably both SCRUM and PRINCE2 certified
Experience running daily scrum, sprint planning, sprint review, and sprint retrospective meetings.
Understanding of creative and development processes; knowledge of technology architectures (ideally microservices), and requirements across digital platforms including but not limited to web, mobile, CMS (eg Drupal) and CRM
Ability to execute and manage multiple projects simultaneously with tight deadlines.
This is a 12 month contract based in Central London, paying around £300-£350 per day.
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