Lead Project Manager - M&A Schroders Personal Wealth, Open to flexible working

Location
London
Salary
£60,825 - £81,100 per annum
Posted
06 Sep 2019
Closes
14 Oct 2019
Ref
026029
Contact
Lloyds Banking Group
Contract Type
Permanent

Agile Working Options

Other Agile Working Arrangements / Open to Discussion

Job Description Summary

Schroders Personal Wealth combines over 400 years of expertise from two leading British companies – partnering to bring financial planning services to more people in the UK.

Schroders Personal Wealth combines Lloyds Banking Group's significant customer base, multi-channel distribution and digital capabilities with Schroders' investment and wealth management expertise and technology capabilities.

Our focus is on the personal relationship we develop with our customers, underpinned by our multi-channel customer reach and our global investment expertise. Our aim is to become a top UK financial planning business within five years.

Would you like to be part of making this possible?

Job Profile Summary

The Lead Project Manager - M&A will support the acquisition process including leading end to end activity relating to integration of acquired businesses. They will at times be required to manage multiple concurrent projects, applying appropriate and recognised project management techniques.

  • Programme/Project Set Up and Closure: Feeds into business study/programme proposals and business cases, ensuring alignment with business strategy; agreement of project benefits; and how these will be measured and tracked post implementation.
  • Works with the business to define and agree programme/project benefits and to confirm that outputs and outcomes will support their realisation.
  • Demonstrates personal resilience and tenacity in ensuring that high results are consistently achieved.
  • Risks: Anticipates, identifies communicates and mitigates risks and issues in a timely manner, applying appropriate risk management techniques.
  • Governance and Reporting: Works closely with the leadership to provide regular status reporting appropriately to different stakeholders and to agreed standards and recommend options for contingency plans.
  • Planning and Finance: Produces and owns the project plan. Proactively controls, manages and monitors project timescales and budgets, reporting variances, escalating as appropriate to overcome delays, difficulties or cost over-runs, and re-forecasting where necessary.
  • Resource Management: Tracks resource requirements (including roles and responsibilities), budget and FTE profile for areas of responsibility.
  • Stakeholder Management: Engages with a diverse group of stakeholders to influence direction of programmes/projects to meet business goals. Typically up to and including Exec level.
  • Negotiates and gains consensus to reach agreement.
  • Has a scope of influence external to own area.
  • Maximises internal and external network.
  • People and Self Development: Leads, motivates, develops and coaches team members to create a high performing team
  • Values and Behaviours: Positively influences others; demonstrates exemplary values and behaviours and encourages this in team members.

Our ethos is to provide equal opportunities to all, and to ensure we represent the communities we serve.

If like us, you're more motivated by customers than by target, and you'd thrive in a culture that is values and client led - come and talk to us. Select the Apply Now button to start the conversation.

Key Capabilities, Knowledge Areas & Personal Attributes

  • Project/programme management experience
  • Experience supporting M&A including integrations
  • TOM design/delivery experience
  • Process re-engineering experience
  • Proactive and pragmatic approach
  • Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Strong stakeholder and relationship management skills (internal & external)
  • Financial Services experience
  • Experience/knowledge of Wealth Management industry

Do you want to work for one of the UK's largest Financial Services organisations? Being a part of the Group offers you the opportunity for progression and development so this can be a platform from which to showcase your talent and aspiration for the future.

Lloyds Banking Group is committed to building a workforce which reflects the diversity of the customers and communities we serve, and to building an inclusive environment where all our colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit. We support the principles of agile working and are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We're an equal opportunity employer and deeply value diversity within our organisation.

Did you know we've won awards? We've gained industry recognition including Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Top 30 Employer for Working Families, Gold Standard 2014 from the Business Disability Forum and Top 50 Employer for Women.

Does this sounds like a role that you'd like to know more about? Get in touch and let's have a conversation.

 

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