PM/PMO – Cyber Security
In support of the delivery of the assigned projects/programmes whilst ensuring customer satisfaction, the role of the Project Manager consists of:
1. Overseeing the portfolio of organisational projects, providing expert knowledge and support and monitoring progress and reporting on the portfolio status.
2. Managing projects/programmes directly. Finally, the development, introduction and on- going iteration of the organisation’s Project Delivery Approach.
The primary role of the Project Manager is to plan, staff, implement, control and evaluate assigned projects. To achieve the desired outcomes through project management best practice and to manage relationships (internal and external) with the business, the customer and the solution providers.
Minimum Level of technical skills & competencies:
Ability to manage a range of projects types and complex business initiatives and change programmes.
Project Resource management experience with the ability to manage and motivate virtual or matrix project teams.
Information Security industry knowledge advantageous.
An ability to work through others to effectively co-ordinate team activities.
Proven understanding and awareness of current developments in the prevailing Cyber Security environment.
Experience of resource planning against the prioritised portfolio of projects and ability to work with the PMO and business to manage project.
Experience of prioritisation matrices and working with the business to determine appropriate project prioritisation.
Project Management Technical Skills:
Information Technology Skills:
Regional Tier 1 Vendor Pre-Sales training or certification.
PMO Processes and Procedures
Minimum Level of Expertise:
Minimum 5 Years in a Project Management environment.
Minimum 2 Years in the Information Security Industry.
Minimum Qualifications & Certificates:
Project Management Qualification
Recognised formal project management qualification (PMP/APMP/Prince2/P30/PMBOK or equivalent) is desirable