Chester – occasional travel to other offices and locations required
£35,000 – £39,000 per annum plus a generous benefits package
18 months Fixed Term Contract
Full Time (35 hours per week)
Are you passionate about delivering positive change? Are customers at the heart of what you do? Do you get a buzz out of working with people? Are you driven, creative and energetic? If so, then come and join our client to deliver their performance management and process improvement frameworks.
Our client is looking for a talented and passionate individual to join their Business Improvement and Support Team and help the wider business deliver their transformational change and improve overall organisational performance.
They are a value orientated organisation working together to create communities where people want to live. They manage circa 5,500 homes over a wide geographical area and their residents include families, older people and those in need of special care and support.
Your role, as Project Manager, will be to:
Define and successfully deliver transformation and service-led change projects
Act as the single focus for the day-to-day management of projects
Support business areas to understand and produce business requirements and feasibility studies
Manage key stakeholders through project lifecycles
Lead delivery teams to ensure projects remain on track
You will be:
Experienced in delivery of large-scale business change
Well-practiced collating, interpreting and presenting complex data in a user-friendly way
Proficient identifying areas of the business that could be improved and made more efficient
Be an excellent communicator
A strategic thinker and performance driven
If successful, you will also get a generous benefits package including flexible working, 25 days annual leave increasing to 28 days following 4 years’ service and pension contribution.
Closing date: Wednesday 5 September 2018 at 9:00am
1st Interviews: Thursday 13/Friday 14 September 2018
2nd Interviews: Wednesday 19 September 2018
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