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Programme Support Analyst, Eastleigh

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Location:

Eastleigh, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Information Technology

Salary:

€180.00 - €180.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

BBBH26401_1531141536

Job Views:

11

Posted:

09.07.2018

Expiry Date:

23.08.2018
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Job Description:

Who will you be working for?

A leading IT services organisation who are currently undergoing huge growth within their projects department
You will be based from Eastleigh

What are they looking for?

An experienced Programme Support Analyst to be based from Eastleigh on a 3 month initial contract
The ideal candidate will have previous proven Programme Support experience within a technology services business

The successful candidate should

* Have a strong analysis background and a good understanding of Project Management disciplines
* Be knowledgeable within financial budgeting, expenditure and revenue generation
* Be competent in tracking, reporting and analysing project based data
* Be professional with a customer facing persona.
* Be analytical with keen attention to detail.
* Must have excellent organisational skills and excellent PC skills including Excel, Powerpoint and Portfolio and Programme Management systems

What will you be doing?

* Supporting Programme Managers in their day to day duties
* Tracking and reporting on key issues, risks and dependencies across programme and perform analysis on these.
* Produce financial forecasting for current and upcoming projects
* Compiling and producing project reports

Hours of work are standard Monday to Friday hours although there may be out of hours work required.

My client will be paying £180 p/d (payable through either ltd/umbrella company)

If this role is of interest, please forward your CV across
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