Project Manager (Financial Capability)

EasyWeb NFP
£28,000 to £33,000 per annum
15 Mar 2019
27 Mar 2019
Candidate Services
Part Time
Contract Type
Project Manager (Financial Capability) 

Our client is a vibrant community centre in the heart of Tower Hamlets. The Centre is a charity with a national and international reputation for its innovative work in inspiring and empowering the people from the local community, using a unique model of integration. It supports over 2,000 people each month. 

Position: Getting on With Money Project Manager 
Location: London, E3 3BT 
Job type: Part Time, Fixed Term Contract until end of February 2020 
Hours: 17.5 hours per week 
Salary: Pro rata £28,000 to £33,000 per annum 
Benefits: 27 days pro rata plus 3 days for Christmas and Bank Holidays. 1 extra day that all staff get off for their birthday; Pension 

Closing date: 27th March 2019 at 12 pm 
Interviews: Week commencing 1st April 2019 

About the role: 

As Getting on with Money Project Manager you will have financial and project management responsibility for the operational delivery and ongoing development of the project and the Centre’s wider financial capability work. 

The Getting on with Money project delivers a range of activities around financial capability and resilience in Tower Hamlets. It offers one-to-one money management support to those in crisis, workshop sessions for community groups and delivers a range of coproduced volunteer led activities that focus on building community financial resilience. The Getting on with Money project is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. 


- Ensure the project delivery reflects to the vision, mission and values of the Centre 
- Manage and oversee the operation and efficient administration of the project 
- Create and maintain quality assurance and project improvement systems that monitor standards and support high quality delivery 
- Work closely with wider advice projects and other programmes and projects to integrate approaches and services, to share sector knowledge and to improve delivery 
- Where applicable, create and maintain systems that meet legal and regulatory compliance requirements and the criteria of accreditation boards 
- Create promotional material and resources as appropriate 
- Ensure project delivery plans are developed and adhered to. If appropriate, devise and take mitigating or recovery action to ensure that any under-performance is rectified 
- Coordinate the planning, management and delivery of the project to ensure it meets its required outcomes and provides excellent customer service 

About you: 

- Proven track record delivering client focused services in the Advice sector 
- Minimum of 2 years project management experience 
- Relevant experience of delivering financial capability related interventions 
- Delivering complex projects to contract specifications and targets 
- Collaboration with and development of partnerships 
- Cross-sector and cross-programme working with multi-disciplinary project teams 
- An Advice and Guidance qualification at Level 3 or similar 
- Financial management including budgeting, monitoring and financial procedures 
- Developing and maintaining systems to produce management information reports 
- Developing projects and contracts with funding bodies 
- Knowledge of issues affecting those on low incomes 
- An understanding of East London and its communities 
- Willingness and capacity to work occasional unsociable hours, including evenings and weekends 

You may have experience of the following: Project Manager, Project Management, Programme Manager, Programme Management, Operations Manager, Service Manager, Financial Advisor, Financial Management Advisor, etc.

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