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Deborah Abodunrin

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Technical Project Manager - FinTech/client facing/ c£70k

London, UK

£60,000 - £75,000 per annum

GBP

Published

10-Aug-18

Type

Permanent

Ref No

BBBH11531

Contact

Deborah Abodunrin

Telephone

0203 206 1900

Technical Project Manager - FinTech/client facing/ c£70k

Technical Project Manager required to join the client services team for a leading global Fintech business. The purpose of the role is to manage multiple client implementations in parallel, work with the external clients and internal technology teams to create a project plan, and see it through to completion.

The key to this position will be having a project manager/ tech/development background with client facing experience within a Fintech or the financial services sector. You will get the opportunity to work with cutting edge technology, a fun bright team and industry leading clients.

Key Responsibilities

  • Overseeing the full project life cycle this includes analysis, design and implementation.
  • Work with the Project Lead and Account Manager to create a project plan
  • Work effectively in a fast paced, high energy, team-oriented environment

Key Requirements

  • Experience in technical project management position
  • Strong technical understanding, past coding/programming experience would be advantageous
  • Experience with Atlassian Jira / Confluence or comparable technology

The Company/Culture/Environment

  • Start-up culture
  • Market leading Fintech Company
  • Stunning new modern offices with great views of London
  • Opportunity for progression
  • Great environment and benefits

If you are looking to join a leading FinTech business in London, please forward your CV for review

Technical Project Manager - FinTech/client facing/Financial Service c£70K

Burns Sheehan Ltd will consider applications based only on skills and ability and will not discriminate on any grounds.

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