Programme & Portfolio Manager
Leading on implementation of Project Server and JIRA to support PMO on multiple approaches for College (Operational Excellence, IT, Estates and Support Services)
Programme Manager responsible for Collaboration and Student streams to deliver business intelligence, research support and customer experience programmes.
Strategic recommendations to CIO, Research Board and Provost on research data management (machine learning, metadata and inbound / outbound collaboration) which were accepted by the College and and is subsequently being implemented to ensure that the REF Ranking continues to improve (currently number 2 in the UK)
Managed BI Project providing comprehensive statutory analytics to the Office of Fair Access(OFFA), safeguarding£ 78m year on year funding
Directing a ground-breaking student-centric customer experience programme and IT initiatives to improve user satisfaction rates by 87%, resulting in an innovative programme case study by Ovum and vastly increasing sector ranking.
Delivering high value consulting services to internal research groups and external commercial research constituents, including:
Shell Qatar Carbon Capture-Working on a multi- disciplinary collaboration to deliver a widely accessible virtual project lab Shell Qatar Carbon Capture, whilst seamlessly maintaining protection for proprietary IP for both academic and commercial agents.
KIC Climate Change-Designed a PMO space on behalf of KIC Climate Change to galvanise disparate research groups by deploying baseline process methodology which also rationalised multiple processes. Applied Prince2 and PMP principles to devise a generic template which enables centralised monitoring and reporting, adopting an unobtrusive approach to enable information exchange across multiple programmes.
Faculty of Med, National Heart and Lung Institute-Procured third party applications to aggregate grant and budgetary information together meet KMPG standards and enable grant funding charge backs to achieve £ 100k year-on-year savings.