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Senior Project Manager

Employer
AoC Jobs
Location
PL3 6LH
Salary
£25196 - £28348 Per Year
Closing date
15 May 2022

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Sector
Consultancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Function
Project Manager
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Protocol is delighted to be working with City College Plymouth, one of the country's largest providers of quality education and training who are going through a period of transition to propel education into the future. Graded as "GOOD" by Ofsted, City College Plymouth is home to over 12,000 bright and enthusiastic students, you will be joining over 600 talented and experienced staff and actively contributing to its core values of Respect, Ownership and Integrity to nurture and support to ensure every student can be the best they can be.
This is an exciting role for an experienced and qualified professional to take the lead for project delivery at a large further education college.
The successful candidate would take on an exciting brief, being involved in both the identification and bidding for projects that meet our strategic objective while assuming ownership for the delivery of the projects that we have been awarded including, stakeholder communication, risk identification as well as representing the college on project boards and reviews. This is a hugely rewarding opportunity.
In addition to your salary, you can expect an annual leave entitlement of 29 days annual leave (pro rata for part-time), plus Bank Holidays and additional College closure days over the festive period. You will receive generous contributions towards your pension, CPD opportunities, and exclusive access to discounts at various UK attractions, restaurants, travel and theatre.
City College Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The College is an equal opportunities employer.
Job Purpose:
To support the Director of Business Intelligence in the achievement of the College's strategic objectives through the effective and efficient operation of all project management duties connected with external grant income, project partnerships, tenders and initiatives. To define the different progression routes and work to maximise progression of students/participants from the projects into the mainstream college provision.
The Person and Qualification:
* Excellent education, including a first degree or equivalent
* Previous experience of bid writing, preferably within a public sector environment
* Previous experience of project management, ranging from: identifying, bidding for, winning and successfully managing externally funded projects
* Financial management experience


The closing date for applications to this role is 01/05/2022

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