Project manager - Trading systems, software development, SDLC

London (Greater)
£45000 - £55000 per annum + BONUS + BENEFITS
20 Mar 2014
17 Apr 2014
LH-PM-SDLC-MC
Lee Harding
IT
Permanent
Full Time

Project manager - Trading systems, software development, SDLC, agile

Project manager - Trading systems, software development, SDLC, agile

A leading provider of trading systems to the investment banking sector is looking to recruit a project manager to coordinate the development of their bespoke or highly customised products. My client is a leading brand in the trading systems business and is looking for a candidate who can help maintain their excellent reputation for delivering high quality systems.

As the Project manager (Trading systems, software development, SDLC, agile), your responsibilities will include:

  • Working with business analysts and stakeholders to gathering business requirements
  • Coordinate and negotiate project timelines and deliverables
  • Elicit estimate from all involved team
  • Produce projects plans
  • Identify and manage project risks
  • Update all stakeholders on project progress and issues

To be considered for the role of Project manager (Trading systems, software development, SDLC, agile), you must have the following skills and experience:

  • Project management experience
  • Excellent planning, organisation and communication skills
  • Financial services software development project experience
  • Agile methodology exposure

This is a fantastic chance to work with market leading trading systems used by major investment banks. You will coordinate between various internal teams to ensure that the product is delivered on-time and to specification.

My client will help you to develop your skill and knowledge and there will be potential career progression opportunities available as the company expands.

This is an urgent requirement. Please submit your CV immediately.

Project manager - Trading systems, software development, SDLC, agile

Project manager - Trading systems, software development, SDLC, agile