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Projectmanager Digital Transformation

Projectmanager Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation - Zoetermeer

What are you going to do as Projectmanager Digital Transformation?

As a Digital Transformation Project Manager, no day is the same. You develop project and program plans, conduct environmental analyses, act as a results-oriented information advisor, or improve collaboration between various employees within a large organization in a project for which you are (co-)responsible. The topics with which you assist our clients in their transformation to an agile organization vary by project: from IT governance to data organization, process improvement, and digital innovation. This allows you to gain a lot of new knowledge in a short period. We utilize tailored methods such as (Scaled) Agile, PRINCE2, Agile Program Management, and MSP.

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"Highberg continually surprises me in various aspects. The combination of wonderful people and their deep knowledge, the unique atmosphere, the impact we make with our projects, and not to forget our clients. They provide me with an ecosystem that allows me to continuously develop both personally and professionally."

Hans Oeij, Projectmanager Digital Transformation at Highberg

Examples of projects you will carry out as Projectmanager Digital Transformation

Even if you don’t have much experience leading projects, or if you do but lack substantial IT knowledge: let us know! At Highberg, we gladly invest in our employees through training, coaching, and mentoring. We believe you learn best by executing projects, sometimes alongside experienced colleagues if necessary. Examples of projects we have completed for clients and that you could also work on as a Digital Transformation Project Manager at Highberg include:

  • Implementing (improved) Wi-Fi on trains;
  • Developing and deploying dashboards for a government ministry;
  • Drafting or reviewing a project or program plan;
  • Creating a goal tree and implementing process improvements for vaccination programs;
  • Automating processes with Robotic Process Automation;
  • Improving nitrogen measurement systems and processes;
  • Professionalizing an information management department;
  • Designing and implementing an agile transformation;
  • Enhancing data-driven work practices for municipalities.

What is our vision for the role Digital Transformation Project Manager?

Society is constantly evolving. Customers, competitors, legislation, and technological innovation require organizations to continuously adapt. Developments happen quickly. Change is difficult. We often see a dichotomy emerging, where the line organization is seen as the guardian of continuity, while the project organization is responsible for innovation. Highberg's project and program managers bring these two worlds together, because we believe that (digital) transformation projects do not exist in isolation. Our approach emphasizes the coherence between organization, communication, and technology, with a central focus on integrating these aspects.

What are we asking?

  • A completed HBO (Bachelor's) or WO (Master's) degree.

  • Several years of experience in ICT advisory or projects/programs, preferably in or with the public sector.

  • Experience with (one or more of the) themes such as organizational consulting, data-driven work, LEAN, and design thinking is preferred.

Who are you?

  • Someone with passion and drive, who wants to develop themselves in the areas of project management, organizational change, and data-driven work.

  • You enjoy working collaboratively with others, think in terms of solutions, and have a positive attitude.

  • You have a sense of political-administrative situations and know how to communicate effectively.

What are we offering?

  • A competitive salary and excellent benefits including performance pay, provisions for mobility, pension and leave;

  • Sincere attention to personal development including coaching by colleagues, access to and wide range of education and training and a personal development plan with matching investments;

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