Published on October 13th, 2013 | by Amy Edwards0
Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Project Manager Vacancies – October 2013
By Amy @BubbleJobs
It’s Sunday morning again which means it’s time to take a closer look at some of the top jobs on Bubble right now.
This week it’s all about Project Management jobs – and we’ve got some great opportunities for you to consider.
Don’t forget; although we’ve picked these five vacancies out for special attention this month, there’s plenty more to choose from on our Digital Project Management Jobs page.
First up this week, Ordnance Survey are searching for a Requirements Analyst to join their team in Southampton. Helping to formulate the the brand’s next generation of products and services, you’ll serve as the Agile team’s primary liaison between business owners across the organisation and the engineering teams. You’ll elicit, communicate and document business goals, customer goals and end user goals and you’ll collaborate with product owners to ensure coherence of products and releases. Sound good? The right candidate will have a good knowledge of software development lifecycle (including Agile), strong skills in requirements development (eliciting, analysing, specifying and validating) and requirements management and a good knowledge of requirements analysis. They’ll also be comfortable working with more than one development team simultaneously and have a BSC in Requirements Engineering (or equivalent).
Next up, dotMailer are searching for a Project Manager to join their team in Surrey. Acting as a single point of contact for all new clients who are migrating systems or existing clients who want to more fully integrate their internal system with the dotMailer platform, you’ll project manage client integration projects, project manage the development of any custom solutions that are defined and act as a technical pre-sales engineer, assisting the sales team in RFP production and customer meetings. You’ll also produce all training and technical documents related to custom integrations and you’ll manage the handover process. To bag this role you’ll need to have strong project management and communication skills and be able to use a consultative approach to scope complex customer requirements and convert them into detailed technical specifications.
In third place this week, Premier Farnell are searching for an eCommerce Project Manager to join their team in Leeds. Responsible for driving best in class functional enhancements to the brand’s online transactional proposition, you’ll help to bring functional changes to life across their 47 global websites. In this role, you’ll act as a Product Owner within an agile/scrum framework, ensuring that web enhancements are accurately defined and generate high commercial returns and you’ll provide input to and review all project documentation to ensure accurate delivery of business requirements. Interested? The right candidate will have a proven track record working within a commercially focused eCommerce environment, a demonstrable working knowledge of eCommerce project lifecycles and a working knowledge of project management principles and methodologies.
Next in line, The Woodland Trust are searching for a Digital Technical Lead to join their offices in Grantham in Lincolnshire. The charity are on the threshold of a new digital era and, along with a delivery partner, are currently in the process of architecting and designing, developing and depolying their digital real estate and presence. In this role, you’ll manage a range of software, technical, data and change projects and work within a multi-disciplined team of designers, UX practitioners, content specialists and digital analysts. The perfect candidate for this role will have a strong background in web development (particularly client-side), a good working knowledge of the .NET framework, HTML5 and CSS3 and strong negotiation skills.
Last but not least, JM Digital are searching for a Senior Project Manager to join a top customer experience-focused agency in London. Working with a number of prestigious clients and very well known brands, you’ll manage both technical and UX projects to time and to budget. You’ll also liaise with senior stakeholders and act as the primary point of contact between accounts. The right candidate for this role will have a solid understanding of how to lead designers and developers, strong client-facing skills and previous experience working within an Agile environment. Last but not least, they’ll also need to have strong attention to detail and a strong mindset, with the ability to steer projects in the right direction.