The role

Our client is recruiting for an experienced Project Manager to join their growing team. This is a new role to take account of the significant development of the business. The successful candidate will provide hands-on, end to end project management and will be in charge of the delivery of IT implementation projects for their clients.

Main responsibilities

  • Manage and coordinate multiple projects and pieces of work simultaneously and provide project status reports to key stakeholders as required.
  • Run workshops to investigate user requirements and complex problems or issues.
  • Liaise with the technical teams to ensure that the deliverables are met in accordance with project timescales.
  • Coordinate with business analysts and account managers to ensure user requirements are gathered and prioritised.
  • Coordinate with business analysts and trainers to ensure that the appropriate level of training is offered when required.
  • Maintain a close relationship with end users and build a comprehensive understanding of business processes and business terminology.
  • Manage and mitigate project risks.

Key Attributes

  • Approximately 5+ years’ experience in managing complex IT implementation projects.
  • Knowledge of Software as a service and an understanding of the general London insurance market.
  • Experience of delivering business change, managing IT implementations and technology projects in a complex environment.
  • Ability to produce high quality project documentation.
  • Project management certification i.e. Prince II.
  • Experience working within an Agile environment.
  • Confident and calm when interacting with senior audiences.
  • High level of initiative and self-motivation.
  • Ability to take ownership of problems and coordinate appropriate internal resources to help solve customer issues effectively and efficiently.

Galejay is an inclusive employer and prides itself on the main values of honesty and integrity. If you have these qualities and wish to apply, please send you CV to Charlie Holt-Staplehurst, Associate Director at