Global Compliance & Reporting Senior
The primary responsibility of a project senior is to manage the day to day project delivery for our clients
The primary responsibility of a project senior is to manage the day to day project delivery for high profile multinational clients liaising with international BDO offices and in-house team of project manager, executives and administrators. The senior will be the first point of escalation for client team and project executives and therefore be expected to demonstrate proactive identification of issues and be ready to offer and drive resolutions within the assigned projects.
The role is focussed around project management involving review, monitoring and management of people and processes.
Key skills required
* Solution focussed
* Ability to deal with difficult conversations
* Attention to detail
* Delegation & training Responsibilities
Manage day to day ongoing projects, dealing with escalations & queries
Review check point reports from project executives & administrators
Report to project manager on agreed reporting requirements
Manage & ensure project governance is adhered to by all parties involved as agreed on each project
Build up strong relationships with clients & overseas offices
Run & drive non-complex transition programmes
Review costs v budgets on projects and report to project manager
Assist in bids & presentation during bid process
Run the bid process under Prince2 methodology - training available.
Lead portal team meetings, on job education & training
Train portal administrators & executives by knowledge sharing
Maintain contract file & update with new Project Service Agreement (PSA) & Change of Service
Agreement (CSA) - training available.
Review & sign off on central invoicing, raise invoices and agree with Project Manager
Review direct invoicing logs
Review & audit processes around client service regularly with view of continuous improvement
Audit & accountancy qualification essential
Prince2 qualified or equivalent would be an advantage
Languages an advantage but not necessary