IT Programme Manager

Last updated 24 days ago
Location:Greater London
Job Type:Full Time

Location: London

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Full time

Salary: Up to £80,000 max depending on experience

Benefits package: 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays, pension scheme (employer contributions 15%) life assurance, performance related bonus, flexible working, buy and sell holiday scheme, cycle to work scheme and lifestyle benefits.


You will manage a portfolio of IT projects at various stages of the project delivery lifecycle that impact multiple business areas; ensuring that competing priorities are effectively managed to result in successful delivery of the projects within agreed timescales, scope and budget.

You will be responsible for tracking, prioritising and resolving issues and managing risks throughout the delivery process along will budget and resource forecasting to effectively manage each project.

You will define the governance structure for each project and manage Third Party deliverables and relationships in line with contractual obligations, whilst providing effective and timely reports to ensure stakeholders are kept up-to-date at all stages throughout the project lifecycle.

You will also Lead a small team of project managers, business analysts and business product owners to ensure successful delivery of projects and participate in annual planning of the Change Management Portfolio, programme planning and project planning as well as managing to a budget

You will be responsible for managing stakeholder expectations and relationships, whilst creating and maintaining effective relationships with Procurement, Legal, Finance, Risk and IT to facilitate effective communications and delivery of the projects and lead on specific areas contributing to the development of the Change Function within the Change Management Team.

You will have the ability to engage in open, honest conversations with members of the Senior Management Team, peers and junior colleagues when discussing project performance, risks and issues. Be able to balance task orientation with people orientation i.e. focus on delivery of the plan, but not to the exclusion of all else, be able to influence the people that work with you on a project.

You must be able to balance work independently with delegation and work with your teams to get the job done, have good Microsoft office skills, including PowerPoint, Excel and Project; and specifically, be able to craft excellent presentations relevant to the audience.

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The British Business Bank is a unique and exciting institution. Its mission is to help drive economic growth by making finance markets work better for small businesses - wherever they are in the UK and wherever they are on their business journey - enabling them to grow and prosper.

Established in 2014, it is a 100% government-owned economic development bank organised as an arm’s length body with an independent Board.

To deliver its programmes, the Bank works through more than 120 finance partners such as high street and digital banks, leasing companies, venture capital and private debt funds and fintech platforms. We will unlock up to £10 billion of new finance, bringing greater choice and information on finance options to smaller businesses.

Currently, we employ around 300 people, split between offices in Sheffield and London.

Please note all candidates applying for this role should have the right to work in the U.K.