Cognos Project/ Engagement Manager

Business Intelligence

Cognos BI/Cognos TM1 or Data Solutions experienced Project/Engagement Manager. London Based IBM Partner looking to hire a Cognos BI/Cognos TM1 or Data Solutions experienced Project/Engagement Manager.

  • 5 Years experience delivering Cognos (BI or TM1) end to end solutions, AGILE or Prince 2 Qualified (At least 3-4 full end to end projects) and the ability to build and foster relationships with Stakeholders/Clients.
  • Proven experience of managing solution implementations, in a client facing role.
  • Extensive Planning, BI and/or data warehousing experience including 3 full end-to-end project life cycles
  • Experience of building and maintaining relationships with senior client stakeholders
  • A successful track record in the delivery of projects and/or services involving multi-disciplinary teams.
  • The ability to manage and control project plans to ensure successful delivery of a programme of projects to schedule, quality and budget.
  • Experience of project management processes and tools.
  • Experience in a consulting environment
  • Ability to manage programme risks and issues
  • Excellent client communications skills

London based + travel + home working

Please call or email me for further information.

Regards Andy Milford

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Reference: AAVJ-150314

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Consultant Andy Milford

Our Blockchain and BI specialist Andy has been recruiting for over 15 years so knows his stuff. He’s an avid hoarder (you should see under his desk) and a keen rugby union fan supporting Ireland. He occasionally pretends to know what he’s talking about regarding football (he really doesn’t) but is more likely to be found reading a book than on the terraces.