Our Core Project Unit team is growing and we are looking for people who are eager to work in a dynamic and rewarding environment. As a quality assurance officer (m/f), you will: • Participate actively to day to day operations of a Project Management Office like team; • Monitor the business cases, the execution and the return of investment of projects; • Report on investments by defining and following qualitative and quantitative KPIs; • Help in the definition of the firm investment quality assurance standards, related policies, procedures, guidelines, tools and databases; • Ensure application of internal methodologies, processes, tools and practices linked to investments and projects; • Develop, recommend and monitor corrective and preventive actions and investigate customer complaints and non-conformance issues; • Support the development of quality management capabilities through the implementation of organizational and work approaches; Your profile • You have a bachelor degree level in control or project management studies; • You are rigorous, and quality oriented; • You are recognized for your excellent analytical skills; • You have experience in project management; • with strong skills in process definitions and follow-up; • You have good written skills in English and effective communication skills; • You have a solid technique on the use and configuration of IT tools; Are you looking for a multicultural firm that invests in the development of your potential and considers health at work a top priority?  and www.pwc.com.

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The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is located in the heart of Western Europe between Belgium, Germany and France. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, a sovereign and independent state since the Treaty of London of 19 April 1839, is a parliamentary democracy within the framework of a constitutional monarchy. Luxembourg owes its prosperity to the discovery of iron ore in the south of the country in the 1840s. This discovery gave its name to a whole region, Minett (from “minette”, the designation for iron ore in the Lorraine, France), and marked the transition from an agrarian to an industrial state. Luxembourg’s financial centre is today the secondlargest investment fund centre in the world… Read more