PMO & Reporting Analyst
Location: West Midlands
Job Type: Full time
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Job Title: PMO & Reporting Analyst
Reports to: Head of Procurement, Operational Spend
Operating Company: MCB
Key Stakeholders: Operational Business Units, Corporate Functions, Procurement Directorate.
Purpose of the Role:
This is a key role within the Procurement Directorate to ensure that procurement projects are delivered on time and deliver the right outputs.
Reporting to the Head of Procurement, Operational Spend and supporting the Procurement Senior Leadership team, the successful candidate will provide transparency on the progress of projects, risks, escalations, actual savings achieved and projected savings for year-end.
Main duties and responsibilities:
Develop easy to access, and secure Procurement Portals, SharePoint locations, Supplier Databases, Contract Storage Locations, Document facilities
Provide training for existing and new staff on how to use these systems
Create required reports for the function at a programme and a project level to enable management to time, cost and quality.
Ensure all data has been presented to the various business departments and approved by Finance prior to reporting.
Assess programme / project performance and trends, give early warning of project risks, identify root cause and mitigations tracking these through to completion.
Collaborate across the Procurement teams to ensure that all reporting is delivered in a timely manner, correct first time and meets stakeholders’ requirements.
Develop reporting models that provide the Procurement Leadership Team with the information that it needs to underpin sound business decision making, such as prioritising projects, allocating resources, making interventions and escalating where needed and in a timely way.
Streamlining and improving reporting, including data collation, content and format of reports.
Manage the process for onboarding new suppliers and provide administrative support for Procurement team.
Key job requirements:
University degree – desirable.
Professional qualification relating to programme and/or project management.
Strong technology, analytical and communication skills.
3 years plus Programme/Project Management and Analyst experience.
Excellent Inter-personal, organisational and communication skills (oral and written).
Ability to work across different regions with the ability to meet and align category plans with stakeholders across all business platforms and regions as appropriate.
Collaborative and influencing style with a focus on teamwork.
Proven ability to deliver in challenging environments
Strong corporate affiliation and always puts the needs of the business and the Group first.
Attacks goals and objectives with drive, energy and enthusiasm.
Proactive approach to work and uses own initiative to implement improvements.
Embraces new challenges, is hands on operationally and gets things done.
Sets high standards of work for self, and team, and consistently achieves these.
High level of integrity and openness, combined with commitment to good governance.
Energetic, highly motivated, with an enquiring mind and passion for operational excellence and innovation, in pursuit of business growth and success.
Leads by example and provides honest and clear leadership that helps drive results.
Listens attentively to others’ perspectives and provides constructive feedback and coaching.
Exhibits and lives the Group’s core values
Focus for disciplined growth.
Integrity to earn the trust of others.
Respect for all people with whom we deal.
Excellence in everything we do.
We are looking for the most committed and reliable individuals who possess the knowledge, skills and experience needed for their roles.
In return we can offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, a competitive pension scheme and a rewarding career in an award-winning team