Barden Cork are delighted to be partnering once again with our client which is going from strength to strength, with growth across almost every department. At the moment, they have many global projects underway, with plenty more in the pipeline. They have a global finance transformation team with a presence in Cork and the company has made a huge investment into process improvement and into cutting edge technologies. This company has one of the largest payroll teams in Cork.
Reporting directly to the Director of Payroll, they are looking for a strong project manager to join the broader project team and lead and coordinate a payroll time and attendance systems transition across a number of sites on time, within budget, overseeing all aspects of this project.
ABOUT THE ROLE:
- Lead and coordinate internal project team
- Assist in the definition of scope and objectives for the project, involving the project team
- Develop a plan, with clearly defined objectives and timelines for delivery
- Manage Changes to scope and maintain detailed documentation
- Monitor & track project progress
- Ensure resources are sufficiently allocated and communicate requirements when necessary
- Meet regularly with the project team and delegate project tasks and objectives with deadlines and guidance around meeting these objectives.
- Escalate when required to the Director
- Manage relationship with external vendors
- Maintain good relationship with the Payroll Director, payroll team and cross departmentally
- Prepare for and lead ‘go-lives’
ABOUT THE PERSON:
- Proven Project management experience in finance and ideally payroll
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong organisational skills & ability to multitask
- Ability to delegate and lead a project team
- Experience using workday would be highly desirable
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