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PMO Analyst - London - 12 Month Fixed Term Contract.

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Up to £35000 per annum

FourthLine are currently recruiting for an PMO Analyst to join our renowned client based in London. The successful candidate will be hired on a 12 Month Fixed Term Contract, salary dependent on experience.

Joining the team as an PMO Analyst, you will be assisting with the delivery of major strategic change initiatives across the business.

Some of the main responsibilities of the role are the following:

  • Risk and Issue Management & Resource Management.
  • Project Reporting and Planning.
  • Assisting with stage-gate governance and assurance reviews across the initiative.
  • Other responsibilities include ad-hoc assisting with meeting packs and taking minutes and actions within various forums.


Suitable Candidates for the PMO Analyst role may have the following backgrounds or have experience in the following areas:

  • Experience operating at Officer or Analyst level.
  • Excellent communication and time-management skills.
  • One or numerous professional's qualifications related to project and/or programme management.
  • A minimum of 2 years' experience working within the PMO/Project space.
  • PRINCE2 Qualified and Agile Experienced.

If this position appeals to you and you feel you meet the above criteria, then please get in touch with Daniel Bright via email with your CV to arrange a time to talk in more detail at .

Please also feel free to pass on to your network if you know someone who may be open to discussing confidentially.

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If this position appeals to you and you feel you meet the above criteria, then please get in touch with Aimee Ashworth via email with your CV to arrange a time to talk in more detail at

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