PMO Officer, AVP

Gurugram, India
Permanent - Full Time
NatWest Group
Job category
Change & Project Management - Business Strategy & Delivery
Closing date for applications: 07/10/2023

Our people work differently depending on their jobs and needs. From hybrid working to flexible hours, we have plenty of options that help our people to thrive.

This role is based in India and as such all normal working days must be carried out in India.

Join us as a PMO Officer

  • Joining a highly collaborative team, this is a unique opportunity to make a difference to our customers and the bank
  • With exposure to a wide range of stakeholders, you’ll be supporting the management of a number of projects, products and programmes, enabling teams to focus on developing and delivering solutions and removing impediments
  • It’s an opportunity to build your network across the bank and gain great exposure for you and your work
  • We're offering this role at associate vice president level

What you'll do

Supporting the Release Train Manager or Programme Manager, you’ll be planning activities by capturing and tracking the key programme planning outputs, including objectives, business value, milestones, risks and dependencies. As a PMO Officer, we’ll look to you to collaborate well with others by cross sharing best practice and learnings with colleagues and adhering to all standards and policies as required.

You’ll also be:

  • Helping to develop and maintain roadmaps
  • Providing guidance and support to teams on essential financial management activities, including purchase order management, forecasting, budgeting and time recording
  • Ensuring an alignment between the financial reporting systems and project reporting systems, and challenging any financial variances
  • Building positive working relationships with stakeholders across multiple domains, franchises and functions and at different levels of hierarchy
  • Contributing to continuous improvement initiatives

The skills you'll need

We’re looking for someone with strong stakeholder management skills, with the ability to work across multi-disciplined teams. Excellent communication skills are essential, and you’ll be able to challenge constructively, while developing and maintaining strong and open working relationships.

You’ll also need:

  • A good understanding of Agile methodologies, with experience of working in an Agile team
  • The ability to operate effectively within an environment of change and provide clarity and insight to complex discussions and debates
  • Strong prioritisation skills across multiple work streams and a proactive approach to work
  • The ability to communicate complex technical concepts clearly to others