Senior Project Manager – Financial Operations/PMO – Asset Management experience required
Our client is global financial leader managing over $100 billion in assets. They are looking for a strategic Senior Project Manager to join their team, where you would act as a senior leader/VP level; high visibility role across the organization. This role will own the end-to-end delivery of key initiatives across the finance operations department. This is a newly created position with the opportunity to work 100% remote initially.
Who are you?
- You have extensive experience working for an asset manager, or Big 4 where you supported and asset manager. Retail banking will NOT be considered. Some of the areas you will be supporting are: accounting, fund accounting, expense allocation, corporate finance, A/P.
- You have 10+ years of project management, managing highly visible initiatives, and process improvement.
- You are confident and can develop new processes in collaboration with the business; document and deliver training for business as usual (BAU) team.
- Prior leadership experience including mentorship, helping your team advance and grow their skills.
- Working experience with reviewing large data sets and data manipulation, overseeing data warehouse projects.
- You have extensive experience focusing on traditional PM activities: creating and owning project plans, managing risk and issue resolution process via internal collaboration.
- Continuously identify opportunities to improves processes and standards of the PMO; employing best practices to ensure optimal value delivery.
- You are a strong leader within the PMO team driving areas within the PMO team operations.
- Any experience with Geneva is a huge plus.
What’s in it for you?
The opportunity to join a world class global investment firm, with a talented and cohesive leadership team. Excellent compensation package, total comp in the mid-200s and benefits. Must be local to Los Angeles.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.