Regulatory Project Manager
A leading insurance group are seeking a Regulatory Project Manager to join their team in Dublin a 12 month contract. The role will involve working on a Differential Pricing project which will involve regulatory changes on insurance products. Role Overview: This role of the Project Manager will be to work with relevant business leads within the Pricing, Underwriting, IT & Change, Compliance and Finance teams to understand the impact of the scope of these changes to the General Insurance business and ultimately lead the cross-functional team to deliver the regulatory requirements in line with CBI timelines. Key Responsibilities: Planning - Supporting the business lead(s) to develop & track resource and task plans to deliver business solutions, including identification of critical path and milestone levelling. Organisation - Implementing workstream cadence - checkpoints, stand-ups, working groups, meetings, aligned to the Programme requirements. Estimation - Ensuring accurate estimates are arrived at for planning purposes. Workstream Status Reporting - Preparation and communication of update reports to a variety of stakeholders, working to the Programme reporting cycles. Stakeholder Management - Ability to communicate and manage all stakeholders within the workstream, both internal and external. Issue/Risk/Dependency Management - Develop and manage workstream issue/risk/dependency registers, including continuous assessment for Programme escalation. Organisation - Responsibility for the configuration management of all of the project artefacts, ensuring audit readiness. Facilitation - facilitation of workshops as required. Change Methodology - Ensure that the IT workstream follows the organisation's Change Methodology including the agreed Agile & Waterfall ceremonies & processes. Skills & Experience: 7 - 10+ years' experience. Relevant project management experience within the General Insurance sector. Demonstrable experience of managing the delivery of complex regulatory projects within agreed timescales and budgets, ideally with Pricing Change experience. Proven ability to develop and execute detailed plans, including internal & external dependencies. Ability to review and challenge plans, decision papers and proposals. Recognised Project Management qualification, e.g., PRINCE II. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to self-motivate and work based on own initiative. Strong organisational, time management skills. Ability to build relationships at all levels within an organisation. To be considered for this role, apply online with CV or contact Sophie Colvin at Sanderson to arrange a confidential conversation.
30 days ago