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Develops project scope and identifies objectives, constraints, issues, risks and assumptions for large programmes, and escalates as necessary.
Is accountable for overall delivery of assigned functional workstream within the EMIR and EMIR Refit Programme. Aligns resources, seeks input from key constituents, and manages others to achieve desired results.
Provides guidance on development of the controls and governance framework, based on existing processes, and by reviewing the output of the other Programme workstreams. Manages scope and change throughout the initiative utilizing formal change control and requirements traceability.
Gathers and analyzes information and develops recommendations to address major business objectives that span multiple, global business and technology areas. Information gathering may require the ability to handle and analyze large scale data across multiple systems and products.
Develops process and workflow maps as necessary, recommending enhancements needed to procedures and controls. Works with business and technology teams to develop technology roadmap strategy when appropriate.
Ensure deliverables are completed on time, within budget and with minimum defects.
Adhere to methodologies adopted by the Firm and ensures a smooth transition of product knowledge to all relevant parties in business as usual including business partners for approval.
Conduct status meetings and facilitate issue resolution and risk mitigation. Provide Programme level reporting to senior staff.
Scheduling, preparing and running workshops as needed. Recording actions, decisions and assumptions, and inputting data into the programme traceability tool.
Uses deep expertise and broad knowledge of regulatory control and governance frameworks, and corporate policies involving risk and control, to support the development of improved business processes.
Expertise in regulatory control and governance frameworks.
Knowledge of EMIR and EMIR Refit is advantageous, but not a necessity.
Formal project management qualification; six sigma and experience in Agile methodologies is advantageous
A depth of experience in data management and reporting; process and workflow mapping; writing and managing business requirements and functional specifications.
Strong judgment and leadership skills combined with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
Strong planning and project organization skills.
Strong negotiation, decision making, problem solving and influencing skills.
Ability to effectively prioritize and multi-task in a high pressure, high volume environment.
Ability to run both small and large scale workshops and working groups with varying levels of stakeholder seniority.
Ability to analyse medium to large scale data and information across multiple sources.
First class communication skills, both verbal and written.
Literacy in the following software packages: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel (high level of skill essential), Project (latter not essential), Access (advantageous, not essential)
Flexibility in terms of both working hours and work undertaken will be required.
To find out more about Huxley, please visit www.huxley.com
Huxley, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales