Project Manager, Funds Performance Analytics

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Location: Melbourne

Salary description: $100 - $100+ per hour

  • $100-150k AUD Equivalent
  • Contract or Temporary
  • 3 to 7 years of experience

Our client is a leading Asset Manager in Melbourne working on a sizeable project in the performance and investment analysis division. They are seeking an experienced project manager or senior business analyst with funds performance and investment analysis experience to help work on this project.

The Project Manager is responsible for ensuring the project produces the required outcomes consistent with the project’s time, cost, quality, scope, risks and benefits requirements.

The ideal candidate will have experience in performance and attribution analysis in a leading fund coupled with experience as a senior business analyst or project manager working on funds management or performance analytics focused projects.


  • Project scoping and planning
  • Resource planning and management
  • Stakeholder management
  • Risk and issue management
  • Budget management
  • Project control


  • Has strong experience with working with stakeholders to effectively scope and plan strategic projects to ensure there is clarity of scope, approach, key activities, milestones and deliverables.
  • Has strong leadership abilities to lead and manage the project team through the lifecycle of the project in accordance with the project plan.
  • Highly comfortable with working closely with stakeholders at all levels, managing any issues and conflicts that may arise, managing expectations and keeping them informed and engaged throughout the project.
  • Has strong experience with managing cross functional projects, including front, middle and back functions, using different project management methodologies (PRINCE2, Agile, Waterfall).

Contact us in Melbourne


Phone:+61 3 9900 6333

Hiring Staff: hire@antonmurray.com

Seeking Work: apply@antonmurray.com

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