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  • Project Support Officers support the planning, management and control of key projects, working alongside senior Project Managers and/or Program Managers. This role involves project risk planning, critical path analysis, stakeholder management and reporting, and utilisation of agile project delivery methods to ensure that each project is completed on time and in line with the objectives. Key tasks also include improving efficiency and cutting costs of the business.

    This role is ideal for graduates with a passion for business and a background in Management, Finance, and Economics. You should also have the drive to develop and control projects within a fast-paced environment.

    Project Support Officer Training

    Before starting a role as a Project Support Officer, you will undergo the relevant training in our in-house Academy which includes the following modules:

    • SQL
    • Excel VBA
    • Financial Industry Awareness
    • Project Support Office
    • PRINCE2 Foundation
    • Business Analysis
    You are
    • An efficient and diligent worker
    • Confident in collaborating with others and developing strong relationships
    • A critical thinker
    • Able to work and adapt to tight timescales
    • A strong communicator

     

    PSO - Grace Picking, Alumni at Virgin Money

     

    When did you know FDM Group was the right decision?

    Within the first four weeks we were given quite a wide view of what our training was going to be and from the second week I was sent out for interviews. I think it was then when it became clear to me that even though I had eleven more weeks of training, it was the right way to be going.

    What is your role within FDM Group’s Consultant Peer Support initiative?

    As a Consultant Peer Support at Virgin Money, I help with the on-boarding of new FDMers when they are placed on site. It can be difficult sometimes dealing with relationship managers from both Virgin and FDM side, so it is good to have a single point of contact, especially as a peer, to help you out, on whether is just something simple like how to physically get to work or what to do when you turn up on your first Monday morning.

    See the rest of Grace’s interview in the video above!


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