|Job Ref:||204606319||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||West London||Address:||Post Code:||W1||Salary:||£50000 - £60000/annum||Post Date:||24/10/2016 10:47|
ERP Project Manager - West London clients primarily, with once a week visits to head office in South East England, so ideally you will live in the London, Berkshire, Surrey or Hampshire area. Ideally you will have strong experience of stock control, supply chain or inventory management within ERP solutions as our client focuses on this aspect. Salary to £60k.|
This niche market ERP software consultancy has a team of 2 Project Managers running large scale MS Dynamics NAV implementation projects into NHS Trusts for inventory management, warehousing and procurement solutions.
The projects are growing in size and vary between £200k and £1 million. As a Project Manager here you will do weekly on-site meetings dealing with the stakeholders, and you will coordinate with the ERP Consultants and be wholly responsible for the entire solution and the full project life cycle.
The latest software wins have been with hospitals that are based in the West of London and Central London, so ideally you will live somewhere that is in decent commuting distance of these locations. You will need to go to head office down South probably once each week.
You will be an experienced Software Project Manager with a strong ERP implementation background, who has successfully run ERP projects and has Prince 2 qualifications (or similar). Ideally you will have good experience with stock control, warehousing or procurement projects and you will have worked with public sector clients. Public sector project experience would be really helpful, so that you have knowledge of the pitfalls, and know how to work around the blockers that always seem to populate this market.
This role of PM here is about manging the people, projects and consultants, keeping everyone happy and always aiming to avoid confrontation where possible. Having said that you will be someone who is not afraid to tell the client (or hold them back) when they are wrong. You need to be a good man manager, able to deal with business change, pro-actively engage the stake holders and make difficult decisions from time to time.
You will be Prince 2 (or similar) qualified and have strong ISO experience.
This is a dynamic, specialist ERP company taking their market by storm with their robust and unique solutions. To find out more, please contact Jake King or Carolyn MacLurg at Ambis Resourcing