PMO Analyst - Governance & Change

  • Negotiable
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Contract, Full time
  • Barclays UK
  • 12 Oct 18

PMO Analyst - Change & Transformation - Contract - London

Overall Purpose of Role

The role holder will act as PMO analyst for the ERRP for Wholesale Lending Operations team. They will lead in overall project governance and support multiple workstreams in project delivery.

Key Accountabilities

    • Support ERRP Programme lead in Wholesale Lending Operations in shaping the migration and future service model for EEA clients serviced by BX
  • Support the implementation of governance standards across the programme, including tracking, monitoring and updating the status of programme deliverables
  • Maintain the project/programme level risks, issues, assumptions & dependency register
  • Maintain and report project/programme plan (using Microsoft Project) to various forums
  • Liaise with colleagues in the Central PMO to ensure standards are implemented consistently across the Programme
  • Liaise with Senior Stakeholders within and outside of Wholesale Lending Operations, and be an integral part of the go-to team for ERRP queries
  • Be directly responsible for migration workstream tracking and governance including completing and distributing weekly status reports to appropriate stakeholders within and outside the team
  • Support PMO Lead/Programme Lead in administrative tasks including setting up meetings, capturing and circulating meeting minutes and actions.
  • Support PMO Lead in collating and reporting monthly metrics to Service Recipients
  • The role holder will be required to interact with numerous stakeholders in Product, Legal, Coverage, Compliance, Risk, Governance and Loan Operations to ensure that all ERRP workstreams are delivered as planned, new processes and/or operating models are smoothly embedded into Wholesale Lending Operations functional teams, and best project governance practice is observed.

Essential Skills/Basic Qualifications:

  • Understanding of full project lifecycle using Project Management tools and techniques
  • Ability to work with cross functional groups and establish rapport and credibility at all levels
  • Excellent communication at all levels, including but not limited to verbal and written
  • Strong sense of initiative with the ability to think independently, and the confidence to question things constructively
  • Proven knowledge of Corporate Lending processes and procedures
  • Experience delivering high quality outputs within tight timelines
  • Excellent team player willing to work in partnership with others
  • Highly analytical mind with a strong attention to detail

Desirable skills/Preferred Qualifications:

  • Advanced Powerpoint and Excel skills
  • Advanced Project management tools eg MSP
  • Lending Operations/Servicing knowledge preferred
  • Knowledge of CIB Operations preferred