Project manager - Connected Vessel Programme
Project management of application development projects in the “Connected Vessel” programme where we work to deliver state of the art IoT solutions with the purpose of digitalising the operation of the Maersk Line vessels.
As project manager you lead a temporary project organisation with a delineated scope of work executed within a finite time-frame in a low-to-medium complexity technical and stakeholder environment.
Accountable for overall project or multiple work streams including project plan, scope, cost, work schedule, design & build and contractual deliverables.
An opportunity to impact a global commercial organisation, Maersk Line is looking for a Project Manager for our Connected Vessel Programme.
We work in a dynamic and international environment and offer flexible working hours, canteen, gym, massage and other employee benefits. We strive to create the right conditions for both personal and professional development.
When joining the Maersk Group you will work in a culturally diverse, stimulating environment, surrounded by new ideas and different ways of doing things.
- Detailed Analysis & Sizing of project team
- Managing project resources including subcontractors
- Establishing and managing effective communications with stakeholders
- Managing project governance
- Monitoring and tracking deliverables and resolving issues
- Ensuring delivery to the project plan and budget
- Maintaining service levels in accordance with project SLAs
- Managing transition to support organization / model
- Ensuring appropriate standards
Who we are looking for
- More than 5 years of IT Project Management experience providing strong stakeholder and PM skills
- Prince2 Practitioner certified
- Previous roles might include Business Analyst, Project Coordinator, Application Manager or Test Manager
- Stakeholder management skills
- Vendor management skills
Last application date: 28 October 2016. For further information, please contact: Recruitment Partner, Farhana Mohammed: email@example.com.
Maersk Line is the world’s largest container shipping company, known for reliable, flexible and eco-efficient services. We operate 610 container vessels and provide ocean transportation in all parts of the world. But not only do we power some of the world’s largest ships – we also propel the growth ambitions of businesses and individuals all over our planet. Every day our 7,000 seafarers and 25,000 land-based employees at 374 offices share their expertise with our customers around the world to optimize their supply chains, maximize their distribution networks and most of all realize their business potential. We are devoted to creating simple and reliable solutions for our partners, continuously lifting industry standards and enabling global trade in the most sustainable manner possible. What we do is more than shipping. We deliver promises. Promises from customers and businesses all over the world.
Maersk Group has five core businesses which include Maersk Line, APM Terminals, Maersk Oil and Maersk Drilling and Services and Other Shipping. Through these companies and several others, the Group employs roughly 89,000 people and generated 47 billion US dollars in revenue in 2013. When the Global Service Centres (GSC) was established in 1999, the main focus was to provide off shoring opportunities and solutions to the shipping and logistics business units of the Maersk Group, particularly for Maersk Line. But as the GSCs’ competencies grew, other business units of the Group also started migrating their processes to the Global Service Centres. The GSCs are located in Manila, Philippines; Chengdu, China; and Pune, Chennai, Mumbai in India handling the service delivery and business relationship management for Maersk Group business units.