Rullion is a forward-thinking recruitment and workforce solutions consultancy. With a heritage that spans over 40 years, we're committed to evolving with our clients - priding ourselves on being the trusted partner of some of the UK's best-known brands.
At the heart of our business is our shared strategic vision; to unlock the potential in all of us, creating products, services, and experiences that make the world of work more fun and fulfilling.
Our people are key to this making this vision a reality, and our culture supports this.
We believe that everyone - no matter their race, gender, beliefs, or background - deserves equal opportunities and an inclusive working environment that allows them to thrive.
To help our talent truly flourish, we offer industry-leading training and development opportunities across all areas of our organisation.
We understand that to live up to our full potential we all need a healthy work/life balance as individuals and we do our utmost to facilitate and educate our staff on the benefits of looking after their mental and physical wellbeing. This includes:
Offering flexible and remote working to all employees, allowing them to work wherever and whenever they need to.
Providing a free and confidential Employee Assistance Scheme, in partnership with Health Assured, and access to fully trained mental health first aiders within the business.
Regular lunchtime yoga sessions (accessible remotely) to support health and wellbeing.
We're proud to be a Disability Confident Level 1 employer and a Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI) and Employ Autism partner.We take our role within the community seriously. We're passionate about supporting young and disadvantaged individuals and groups through the work we do in partnership with both our customers and the Prince's Trust charity.
At Rullion we don't ever stand still.
We're a high-energy, fast-paced organisation, focused on providing amazing customer experiences for clients and candidates alike, where new ideas are encouraged, rewarded, and adopted.
Summary of the Role
The PMO will be based in our internal Programme Services division, which offers a holistic, outsourced programme management function to our client base across the UK. We are happy for this to be a remote based role, with occasional travel to our HQ in Altrincham.
Responsibilities will be:
To establish and embed efficient working practices to the PMO within Project Solutions, and to manage the PMO Team
To provide monitoring and oversight to Projex engagements and projects relating to Project Solutions
To analyse and decipher Project Solutions data and project information and provide this to key stakeholders
To define, refine and streamline internal workflows to constantly improve the performance of Project Solutions and its integration with the wider business
To maintain the relationship between Rullion and its various AssociatesResults / Outcomes -
Continual review and improvement of Project Solutions processes
Utilisation of and expansion of Project Management tools to improve service delivery
Implementation of clear project delivery strategy where appropriate
Deliver clear governance and oversight to selected internal projects
Develop and maintain key customer relationships, especially commercial/finance relationships
Improve and maintain Project Solutions' reporting structure and platformKey Responsibilities
Producing analysis and forecasting
Providing planning and estimation for SoW (Statement of Work) opportunities
Planning analysis and maintenance of plans and schedules
Acting as the conduit between Contracts Management, Finance, Project Solutions and the front-line CRMs to ensure payment schedules and reporting are communicated
Creating collateral for future Project Solutions bids
Lead the PMO team and collaborate with other colleagues to drive through continual change and improvement in the way we deliver to our clients and associates
Take the lead in Governance and Assurance processes within the function
Manage the impact of change and ensuring key project documentation is updated accordingly
Contribute and support project reviews inputting to monthly reports on cost, schedule, risk, etc.
Assist in recording and documenting the project requirements and scope using the appropriate documentation depending upon delivery approach and methodology
Manage the production and data analysis of project information such as summary reports, SLA heatmaps, delivery trackers etc
Attend and on occasions chair project and third party supplier meetings
To oversee Associate onboarding, offboarding and familiarisation with Project Solutions and client practices
Raise payment requests and ensure Associates are paid in a timely manner, subject to ratification that works are complete and to an acceptable standardQualifications, skills & experience
Project or Programme Management Qualifications (e.g. APM, Prince 2)
Knowledge of using techniques for planning, monitoring and controlling projects and programmes, including risk, change and quality management
Experience of working with programme management software to monitor project progress and awareness of budgeting and resource allocation principles
Experience of developing and providing insightful and concise reports for stakeholders
Experience of managing and developing staff
Flexibility and adaptability to respond rapidly to unexpected events, able to develop creative solutions
Able to demonstrate own time management and workload interface planning.
Strong commercial management skills and experience, and a demonstrable track record of managing third party suppliers to time, budget, and quality outcomes
Awareness of relevant legal requirements including H&S, Data Protection and GDPR