Management Consultants - DV Cleared - PPM/Change Management

Location
Gloucestershire
Salary
Great Salaries + Benefits!
Posted
09 Feb 2017
Closes
16 Feb 2017
Ref
J5132
Contact
Rob Jeal
Clearance Level
DV
Job Type
Permanent

Management Consultants Needed - DV Cleared - Defence & Security - Project/Programme/Change Management - Gloucestershire or London!

Our client, a large specialist management consultancy firm is looking for a number of Project and Change Management Consultants to support clients within the defence and security sectors. The role will be a mixture of project and portfolio management as well as supporting programme delivery. Aside from the delivery aspect of the role they look for individuals who are entrepreneurial and thought leaders to contribute to the development of the practice as well as intellectual property.

Essential skills:

  • Good experience and practical understanding of Portfolio and Programme Delivery.
  • Experience in influencing, communicating with, providing strategic advice to, and collaborating with all levels of stakeholder including senior executives, directors, managers and junior staff.
  • Recognised and certified qualifications in Programme/Project Management skills/methods (e.g. APMP, MSP, PRINCE2, MoR, Benefits delivery) desirable.
  • DV Cleared

Desirable skills:

  • Previous customer facing consultancy experience
  • Planning experience for large multi-organisation change programmes.
  • Ability to bring innovative ideas for business change to the programme.
  • Experience of delivering business change in government and non-government organisations.
  • Stakeholder engagement skills at all levels.
  • Excellent communication skills.

You will be required to hold a minimum of DV security clearance. If you do not hold an active DV clearance please familiarise yourself with the vetting process before applying.

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