The Corporate PMO Analyst will define, publicise and assure appropriate standards and frameworks to allow senior leaders to make informed decisions on the strategic portfolio being delivered across the organisation.
In this role you will develop, implement and maintain regular organisation wide Portfolio Management standards for the governance of programme and projects in the corporate portfolio to
ensure consistency in approach across the organisation.
A key aspect of the role will be to develop and maintain reporting to executive and political levels via dashboard using existing Portfolio Management reporting systems to enable senior leaders and Ministers to view progress, enabling informed decisions to be made on the change portfolio, to support the delivery of the Common Strategic Policy (CSR)
You will develop and maintain the organisation's Corporate Portfolio Management Office (CPMO) collaboration site (e.g. Templates, Guidance, FAQs), embedding use into the organisation
to enhance productivity and communication of the CPMO key messages, ensuring consistency in approach across the organisation.
Another important area of the role will be to report on the portfolio's risk profile and mitigation strategies, reporting to the wider organisation as appropriate to identify any additional mitigations that could be implemented, reducing the organisations risk exposure.
You will need a good standard of education, a recognised project management qualification such as PRINCE2, AGILE, Lean as well as ag ood knowledge and understanding of governance concepts and practice.
For an informal chat to discuss the role please email email@example.com or call on 01534 500000
Technical / Work-based Skills This relates to the skills specific to the job, e.g. language fluency, vehicle license etc.
Strong data handling and analysis skills, application of measurement of performance Proficient in principles, tools, and methodologies for effective management of projects from initiation through to implementation
General Skills/Attributes This relates to more general characteristics required to do the job effectively, e.g. effective written communication skills, ability to delegate, motivation or commitment etc.
Excellent interpersonal skills Excellent communicator, able to deal with very senior stakeholders within the organisation. Able to establish and manage a wide range of stakeholder relationships
Experience This is the proven record of experience and achievement in a field, profession or specialism. This could include a minimum period of experience in a defined area of work if required by an external body (for example a period of post- qualification experience).
Experience of delivering full information governance across organisations Experience in leading, defining and maintaining Governance and Reporting standards. Proven experience in providing advice and guidance. Experience in benefits assessment and management. Experience with identifying, defining and monitoring programme and portfolio risks. Strong Project Management experience Experience working in a Portfolio/ Programme management office.
Core Accountabilities, Attributes and Behaviour Indicators
Appointees to this role will be required to adhere to and perform their duties in line with the standards identified in the States of Jersey tier 5 core accountabilities attributes and behaviour indicators. The standards relevant to this tier, identified in the States of Jersey core accountabilities
attributes and behaviour indicators, are to be attached in a separate document.
For more information please visit https://careers.asl-jersey.co.uk/careers/job/32436.