PMO (Portfolio Management Office) Officer
£30,451 – £32,910 per annum
37 hours per week
Nottingham City Homes manages more than 27,000 homes across the city on behalf of Nottingham City Council. Our vision is to ‘create homes and places where people want to live’. All of our homes have reached the decent homes standard and, as part of our ‘Building a better Nottingham’ programme, we are building hundreds of new council homes – the biggest programme of its kind for a generation.
Supporting the Business Transformation Project Lead, you will provide support for the effective portfolio management of all business change projects and programmes across the Company. Key accountabilities will also include providing structured reporting across all business change projects whilst maintaining accurate records of the portfolio to ensure it is up to date and reflects the latest version.
We will look to you to provide support our various Corporate Boards, ensuring minutes, actions, decisions and forward plans are well maintained whilst also maintaining a coherent portfolio plan. This role will require you to work alongside senior stakeholders therefore the person needs to be confident pushing back when necessary and dealing with challenges in a proactive and professional manner. As part of this role, you will need to provide guidance and advice on different Project Tools, including Covalent, Microsoft Project and Visio, where necessary.
This is a vital role within the Business Transformation team and will often be fast-paced – we therefore need someone capable of working under pressure and meeting tight deadlines. This role will allow you to enhance your knowledge and understanding of working within Project Management systems as well as your organised and methodical approach to completing tasks. A professional qualification in Prince2, MSP or Programmes and Portfolios (P3O) is desirable, whilst experience of demonstrable delivery experience is essential to this role.
This role will require you to be self-motivated, highly organised and take a proactive approach, as well as being flexible to work from various sites across the City of Nottingham.
If you want to be part of a team that’s making a real difference, click on the apply link to visit our website. In order to apply you will be required to submit a CV and answer a number of questions as part of the application process.
Closing date: 3 May 2021 – Please note the role may close earlier if a number of a suitable applications are received.
Interview date- Thursday 13th and Friday 14th May 2021- Please note this is subject to change
We welcome applications from all sections of our diverse workforce.
We would like to reassure all prospective candidates that Nottingham City Homes takes the safety/wellbeing of prospective employees very seriously. All interviews will follow the latest Government guidelines relating to Covid-19.
Measures we are taking:
- Interviews are being carried out remotely over Microsoft Teams.
- If a site visit is essential, we have implemented a range of safety measures and abide by social distancing & will provide you protective equipment as appropriate.
- All successful candidates will have a Covid-19 risk assessment
- Provided with relevant PPE equipment in line with requirements for the job
- Additional measures will be assessed and implemented where necessary