£44000.00 - £49000.00 per annum
7 months ago
Salary: £44,000/£49,000 + Benefits
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Wiltshire Council's Digital transformation programme as a technical project manager specialising in software development project management.
Temporary fixed term for 24 months.
About the role:
We are working in partnership with Microsoft to build of a new customer facing digital platform, implementation of a new website, robotic process automation and all associated technical workstreams.
As Software Development Project Manager, you will operate in lock-step with product management, and your peers, to create a clear product development plan, and convey that plan to the software engineering team(s). You will ensure the team have a clear and descriptive set of requirements and partner with the team to determine what can be delivered through balancing the need for new features, defects, and technical debt.
Your priority will be to deliver quality product releases to satisfy customer needs through close interaction with a broad set of stakeholders: Product Managers, Technical Authors, Service Owners, Customers and Developers.
You will have strong knowledge of SDLC in either a development, testing or project leadership role - whether it be as a PM or as a Team Manager incorporating projects. The role requires developed communication skills, a collaborative approach and excellent problem-solving skills. You will have strong business acumen including the ability to negotiate to align stakeholders and communicate a single synthesized perspective to the scrum team.
The successful candidate must be able to scope and create detailed project plans, ensuring that they are resourced and monitored throughout the lifecycle of the project. You must have proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment and be able to manage multiple planned and unplanned projects. You will engage frequently with the development team to manage progress and facilitate discussions.
If you are interested in this role, can recommend anyone, or require further information please do not hesitate to contact Drew Derry on 01932 83 7792 or via email on