Change Programme Manager (Asset Management)
Stanton House is recruiting for a Change Programme Manager with recent Front Office experience. The successful Programme Manager will be aligned to the Front Office Programme of Change and will interact daily with Equity, Fixed Income & Multi Asset teams.
Your responsibility will be to shape the projects/programmes on behalf of this area of the business, using prior business knowledge/experience of the Investment Process.
- Work closely with key business stakeholders to understand the business challenges and their change programme needs
- Work in a structured and process manner
- Structure and lead change programmes - a collection of projects shaped and managed collectively to achieve a common goal as well as cost and resource schedule optimisation
- Build out the roadmap for the programme
- Prepare papers / business cases that describe what the programme is aiming to achieve
- Build very strong relationships with business sponsors and stakeholders to ensure alignment of intent
- Work with other Programme and Portfolio Managers to ensure that connected projects deliver in harmony, rather than at the expense of each other
- Ensure that the programme leaves behind a detailed history of the decision making process, approvals, sign offs, change control that can be audited easily
Do you have?
- You will have significant full time project management experience within a Front Office setting
- You have led major programmes of work with a track record of achieving the programme goals, ideally within an Investment Management company
- You have worked alongside other professional business analysts, project managers, IT professionals, and other change management experts
- You have experience of working on IT projects, as well as non IT projects
- You have a broad understanding of all aspects of Investment Management and have worked in an environment that requires partnership with outsource providers
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