02 Apr 2015

JOB TITLE: Project Manager
LOCATION: UK – City of London

SALARY: Competitive – commensurate with skills and experience

Summary: An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Project Manager at ImageCat – an industry-leading provider of disaster risk management products for the insurance and disaster risk reduction communities.

The successful applicant will lead the operational delivery of internal projects, including the commercial launch of a ground-breaking flood impact forecasting and alert tool. The role will be based at ImageCat in London, with at least monthly travel to client and project partner sites. The role requires demonstrated experience in project delivery, including adoption of an appropriate project methodology, such as PRINCE2.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create and deliver project work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements.
  • Work with commercial and technical teams to define new feature requirements, priority territories and client demands.
  • Steer the technical and commercial teams and help identify resources and assign responsibilities.
  • Manage day-to-day operational aspects of the project.
  • Competent in appropriate project methodology, such as PRINCE2.
  • Develop and maintain a project documentation repository. Ensure project documents are complete, current, and appropriately stored.
  • Report to the management teams on a periodic basis on overall progress of the project. This will require the production of reports on: commercial progress, technical development, project development plan, risk registers, project financial profile, and forecasts.
  • Provide financial forecasting; prepare an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analysing variances and initiating corrective actions.
  • Represent the project at external meetings, including presenting at local and international conferences, prospect/client meetings, and trade fairs.

For further information, please send your CV and covering letter to, or contact John Bevington at 0207 264 2183 for an informal discussion about the role.