Business Analyst / Project Manager vacancy [POSITION FILLED]

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Project Manager / Business Analyst required by an innovative award-winning consultancy in the North West, commutable from Chester, Warrington, Runcorn, Liverpool, Cheshire, North Wales.

The ideal candidate will have 2+ years’ experience in a PM / BA role and have a PRINCE2 or similar qualification. Experience / knowledge of the Microsoft suit of products is desirable.

Responsibilities

  • Managing software / infrastructure projects through the complete lifecycle and applying project
  • Management tools and methodologies
  • Working to tight deadlines and budgets
  • Liaise and co-ordinate with third parties involved in the project
  • On-going liaison with project stakeholders
  • Facilitate workshops
  • Develop project plans
  • Able to work from the initial concept through to implementation
  • Conduct feasibility studies
  • Manage multiple projects at any one time

Personal profile

  • You will excellent communication skills on all levels – written, verbal and face to face
  • Enjoy working in a team environment
  • Flexible attitude
  • Determined to do the job to your best ability
  • Can-do attitude, organised and detail focused
  • Approachable and proactive
  • PRINCE2 or similar

In return, we offer an exciting range of technology projects to work on, on-going training and development and additional training days on top of holiday entitlement.

Salary

£28,000 - £35,000 – Flexible plus benefits.

For more information about this vacancy please email hr@polymorph.co.uk

No agencies please.

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