Senior Project Manager (Home-based) - Nature Conservation Charity

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Location
Home-based - Northern England
Salary
£29,507 - £31,966 per annum
Posted
16 Sep 2016
Closes
06 Oct 2016
Ref
146980_RB
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

This charity is a true leader in nature conservation: the largest organisation of its kind in Europe, managing 212 nature reserves covering over 150,000 hectares, and growing. They protect the most special habitats and wildlife in the UK, as well as using many of their reserves as visitor destinations where people of all ages can connect with and to be inspired by nature.

Their Northern England region stretches from north of Nottingham up to the Scotland border, they have over 20 nature reserves in stunning locations as varied as the Peak District and Lake District National parks, in estuaries on both coasts, and within the post-industrial landscapes near to the region's major cities.

Senior Project Manager
Reference Number: A3280916
Salary: £29,507 - £31,966 per annum
Hours: Full time
Contract: Permanent
Location: Home-based - Northern England

They have a diverse and exciting portfolio of 25+ regional projects totalling around £16million ranging from master planning for major visitor engagement and conservation projects, creation and dynamic management of landscape scale habitats and innovative building renovations to transform site operations.

About the role

As someone sharing their commitment to high quality project management, you'll bring innovative professional thinking to lead their project teams. You will be project managing a number of complex and varied major projects across the region at different stages of the project life cycle. You will be leading remote and diverse project teams, working with internal and external specialists, key industry and community stakeholders and major partners to provide a first class service for the successful delivery of the projects in some of the UK's most beautiful landscapes.

You will have a key role to play in developing and delivering master plans for a number of exciting urban sites, leading the way in the charity’s new brand visitor engagement sites. You will be delivering their vision for a new visitor hub in the Peak District by building positive relationships with strategic partners, funders and active and passionate communities. You will be responsible for high risk and high value projects requiring a wealth of business planning experience and financial management of budgets over £500k+.

You will have a passion for Project Management and want to help others learn these skills. You will lead, train and develop the charity’s project management framework implementation within the region.

About you

You'll be a confident and natural leader with a passion for people and wildlife, who thrives on a challenge and a changing environment, inspiring your team and other partners to go the extra mile for your project. A highly skilled project manager, you'll have an impressive track-record in getting things done, to be able to identify and realise new opportunities and be comfortable in making decisions. You will be an excellent communicator and skilled in organising yourself and others in a fast paced and busy working environment.

You will have a proven track record of delivering visitor infrastructure projects from concept to delivery.

You will have a drive to ensure that a quality project is delivered in a safe and cost effective way and ideally have experience in NEC contract preparation, on site monitoring and confident in contractor management. You will enjoy working in the outdoors and have a passion for the conservation sector.

Closing Date: 6 October 2016  
Interview Date: 18 October 2016

APPLICATION PROCESS:

To find out more information and apply for this position, please click the apply button. You will be taken to a simple CHM Recruit form and then redirected to the employer’s website.

When you make your application please ensure that you include reference number A3280916 on any correspondence.

No agencies please.