Technological Project Manager
Specialism / Function
Min. 5 years
Full Time Employment
ABOUT THE ROLE:
Grant Thornton Luxembourg is currently seeking a Technological Project Manager – (m/f).
In collaboration with your advisory team leader and our CIO you will be in charge of a diversified client portfolio at national and international level.
- Determine and define project scope and objectives;
- Prepare budget based on scope of work and resources requirement;
- Managing project progress and adapt work as required;
- Ensuring projects meet deadlines;
- Managing relationships with clients and stakeholders;
- Overseeing all incoming and outgoing project documentation;
- Designing risk mitigation plan;
- Conducting project review and creating detailed reports for executive staff.
SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:
- 5-8 years of experience in project management;
- Some experience in change management should be an advantage;
- Bachelor degree in Computer Sciences or Business Engineering;
- Knowledge of ITIL (ITSM) / Prince or COBIT methodology and any other methodology useful in project management. Agile methodology should be a advantage;
- Very good knowledge of the ticketing tool “ServiceNow” is a real plus;
- Fluent in English and French;
- Ability to multi-task and manage various project elements simultaneously;
- Leadership and analytical skills;
- Big-pictures thinking and vision;
- Flexible, pro-active, structured and quality oriented;
- Attention to detail;
- Conflict resolution skills;
- Excellent communication skills.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send your CV with the reference Technological Project Manager by email at email@example.com.
All applications will be treated as strictly confidential.
All personal data that will be collected from candidates as part of the recruitment process, will be processed in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679), (Enforcement date: 25 May 2018).
This among others means that they will only be processed based on one of the possible legal basis (as per Art. 6 of the GDPR), be it with the candidates’ consent or on the basis of an employment contract. This also means that personal data will not be retained for more than required by the GDPR or by applicable Luxembourg laws i.e. beyond completion of the recruitment process.