Project Manager

  • Full time (though part time considered)
  • Circa £34k – £42k (Depending on Experience)
  • Working from home initially, but then co-located at City Chambers, Glasgow/Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, Edinburgh with frequent train travel between both (travel costs covered by Sniffer)
  • Immediate start to 31 December 2020 with a view to extension subject to agreement on onward external funding.

Overview

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced project manager to be part of a high-profile collaborative project with a focus on climate resilience.

To succeed in this role, you will be an experienced project manager with a strong track record of delivering complex and fast moving projects involving multiple stakeholders and decision makers as well as demonstrating excellent organisational skills; a quick grasp of project objectives, technical understanding and an ability to support a project team based in multiple locations/organisations.

You will be crucial to ensuring an agile approach to project delivery, working with a team of ten people, based in three organisations (economics, creative sector and climate change), and a wider network involving key stakeholders from across all sectors in Glasgow City Region.

You will ensure coordination and reporting of activities so that the project delivers on time and on budget, with impact. You will be involved in all aspects of project lifecycle, from start-up and developing project plans to ensuring effective delivery and close. This role will report to the Project Lead and will provide you with an integral role in a high-profile project.

Application Process

The deadline for applications is Friday 24 April. Online interviews will be held on 30 April. Due to business needs, we will be reviewing and considering applications as they are submitted.

Complete the Application Form below, noting how you meet the criteria in the job outline and personal specification, and submit to [email protected] along with a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.


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