Project Manager – Established Charity (Part Time)

Recruiter
Webrecruit
Location
Bishop Auckland, Durham
Salary
£23,878.40 - £26,456 per annum (FTE £29,848 - £33,070)
Posted
13 May 2019
Closes
22 May 2019
Ref
HKSMZ0805/CC-GW
Job Function
Project Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Our client is a national charity committed to building stronger families and brighter lives by delivering innovative and effective services and support that reaches out to many of the UK’s most vulnerable people.  

The Young Carers Service in County Durham, known locally as The Bridge, provides support to young carers and their families. Our client works to ensure that young carers are protected from inappropriate caring and have the support they need to make healthy choices and have the best start in life.  

Our client is expanding their work to develop new practices that will collectively bring about positive social change for children and young people with caring responsibilities. As such, they’re looking for a Project Manager to join their team on a part time basis.  

The Benefits  

- Salary of £23,878.40 - £26,456 per annum (FTE £29,848 - £33,070) 
- Pension scheme  
- Flexible working hours  
- Cycle scheme  
- Employee assistance programme  
- Eyecare vouchers  
- The opportunity to help make a positive difference to children and young people  
- Full induction and ongoing training  
- 30 days’ holiday pro rata  

This is an amazing opportunity to drive the success of an exciting project that will empower and support young carers and their families.  

Joining an open, creative environment, you’ll have the chance to collaborate with a passionate team to ensure that positive outcomes and great experiences are delivered.  

So, if you’re looking for the opportunity to change lives for the better while taking the next step in your career, our client would love to hear from you.  

The Role 

As the Project Manager, you will oversee the delivery of the Young Carers service in County Durham.  

You’ll work in partnership with local statutory and community services, including social care, health, education and local community services and promote the interests of young carers.  

Ensuring that the project is delivered in-line with SLAs and grant funding requirements, you will:  

- Recruit, manage and co-ordinate your team  
- Ensure that our client’s service delivers positive outcomes for young carers and their families  
- Build positive relationships with stakeholders  
- Ensure that budgets and accounts are monitored and discrepancies are identified and resolved  
- Prepare reports and updates to funders, users and the management group  

About You  

To be considered as the Project Manager, you’ll need:  

- Experience or competence in managing and leading others  
- Previous experience of managing resources, including finance  
- A Level 5 qualification in social work, health or education (or equivalent)  
- Exceptional relationship-building and communication skills  

Ideally, you’ll also have strong IT skills, but this isn’t essential.  

Other organisations may call this role Programme Manager, Project Delivery Manager, Care Project Manager, Health Project Manager, Education Project Manager, Social Care Project Manager, Programme Leader or Project Team Lead.  

This is a part time role, working 29.6 hours per week.  

The closing date for applications is the 8th May 2019, with interviews scheduled to be held on the 13th May 2019.  

Webrecruit and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be. 

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