Project Manager based at Epworth House, Derby

Employer
Methodist Homes
Location
Working from home
Salary
£47 - £250 per annum
Closing date
4 Sep 2022
Reference
REQ016730

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Sector
Other
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Function
Project Manager
Available Hours:

Permanent - Full Time - 37 hours per week.

Hybrid/Office based

Commutable from Nottingham, Burton Upon Trent and Loughborough.

As a Project Manager at MHA you will play leading role in the delivery of projects within the MHA Business Change Portfolio. You'll be part of the wider Strategy, Change and Performance team and will be working on some of our most transformational and strategically important change. You'll have strong project management skills, be a champion of collaboration and team work and be confident at planning at a higher level and getting into the detail to make things happen when needed.Our Project Managers are involved across the whole project lifecycle so you could be taking a project from scoping right through to completion or be part of a wider Programme team leading the delivery and implementation of digital change right across our charity.

Why join?In addition to a highly competitive salary, we offer a lot more:

33 days holiday (including bank holidays) and an option to buy annual leave.Life assurance.A discount scheme which includes savings with retail stores and online purchases.Employee assistance programme including free counselling and legal advice.Access to chaplaincy and pastoral support.Access to wellbeing resources.Recommend a friend scheme.Family friendly policies.Long service awards.Cycle2Work salary sacrifice scheme.Healthcare scheme at competitive rates.About usMHA is the UK's largest charity care provider and our mission is to 'enable people to live later life well'. Through 90 specialist care homes, 70 thriving retirement living schemes and 62 vibrant community services and befriending, we inspire the best care and wellbeing at every stage of later life. We have over 7,600 dedicated colleagues and are supported by over 4,000 generous volunteers. All our donations and any surplus we generate is invested into the services we provide for our 18,500 residents and members. Our values underpin our entire approach: we nurture mind body and spirit; we respect every person, treating them with dignity; and we inspire the best in each other.

Applications to include a CV and cover letter explaining why you feel you are suitable for this position.

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