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Projects Manager

£35,000 per annum
Closing date
18 Jan 2021
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Are you passionate about local government and supporting local communities? Do you have a track record of delivering projects in a complex and dynamic environment? Are you enthused by working with a wide mix of people to deliver engaging and responsive projects? If so then you might well be the right person to join this organisation at what is a crucial time for them.

Post: Projects Manager – Member Services
Salary: £35,000 per annum
Status: Full-time; 1 year contract
Location: Home-based

Our client is the membership body for English local (town and parish) councils. There are around 10,000 councils in England with over 125,000 councillors.  They hold a wide range of assets, raise about £600m per annum from residents through a small share of council tax, called a precept and support communities to the tune of around £2bn annually.

The organisation is supported by a network of 43 county associations, independent bodies who support councils on the ground and set their objectives and strategic plan.

They are intent on delivering ever more high-quality services and interventions on behalf of its members. This new role is an exciting opportunity to work on a variety of projects, engaging with a wide range of stakeholders to make a lasting impact on the organisation and their services.

Central to this role is the delivery of three key projects: the Local Council Award Scheme, E-learning and new website development. Working with colleagues, county associations and external stakeholders you will improve the ways these projects are delivered to ensure they are delivering the best quality possible whilst being financially sustainable.

Highly organised and with the ability of prioritising and working to deadlines, you will need to have a strong track record of project management together with the ability to quickly develop good working relationships with elected Members, staff, county associations and corporate partners.  Knowledge of local government structures and practices or experience of e-learning platforms will be helpful, but not essential.

Closing date: 18 January 2021
Interview date: w/c 1 February 2021 (virtually)


Please click 'Apply' - you will be prompted to complete a short CHM Recruit form before being redirected to our client's HR partner's website, where you can view further details about the role and apply. Please note, you are not applying at this stage.

Our client is committed to equal opportunities and values diversity in its workforce.

No agencies please.

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