£35–40k per annum (depending on skills)
Our client has an exciting new opportunity…
Do you have significant experience, with a great track record of managing multi-disciplined projects in a dynamic environment? If so, they would love to hear from you!
In this role, you will ensure the successful delivery of agreed, specified projects, through robust project management within the defined project management framework.
You will be self-motivated and enjoy the opportunity to put your stamp on the organisation, encourage great project management disciplines and develop the skills of those around you, building effective relationships with key stakeholders and colleagues alike.
Their ideal applicant will have a successful track record in multi-disciplined project management, stakeholder management and collaboration skills. You will have the ability to manage projects within budget with proven ability to build relationships across the business as well as great leadership, communication and influencing skills.
They value your skills, so in addition to a competitive salary of £35-40k per annum (dependant on skills), they’ll also provide a generous defined contribution pension scheme, great working environments (offices in Yeovil and Bristol), 26 days holiday plus bank holidays plus much more… in fact, what you would come to expect from a Gold IIP employer.
It’s definitely an exciting time for our client as they work tirelessly towards solving the housing crisis. It’s their collaborative colleagues that make the business a fantastic place to work, along with brilliant management, senior leadership and the professional and personal development opportunities available. If you share their values of passion, dedication, innovation and collaboration and feel that you are the Project Manager they are looking for, then please get in touch…
The closing date for this role is 1st March 2019.
Interviews will be held on 19th March 2019.
Resident Positive – They will guarantee at least two tenants an interview based on them meeting the essential criteria.