Program management and change
Salary: Â£ 40,927 to Â£ 50,296 plus a weighting of Â£ 4,872 for London
Type of Contract : Permanent – (potential options of compressed working hours or part-time contract of 4 days per week – 28 hours, can be discussed)
Closing Date: Sunday 24 October 2021
Date of interview: Wednesday 03 November 2021
The University is seeking to appoint a Project Manager to its Program Management Office responsible for the management of IT-focused projects.
The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a diverse portfolio of projects, as well as advocating for project management and providing a “center of excellence service” to ongoing projects. execution in the rest of the business.
It is an exciting time to join the University as we begin to support the University in its new strategy. Applicants should have demonstrable experience managing a range of complex projects, including infrastructure and development projects, have exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and have relevant professional certification.
The post will be based at the exceptional World Heritage Site of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. This is a permanent position and the position attracts the London weighting and the salary-linked local government pension. Further details on the fantastic benefits and what we offer can be found here: Our Benefits – What We Offer | Jobs and careers | University of Greenwich
If you have any questions, please contact the HR recruiting team at [email protected]
For informal inquiries please contact [email protected]
To apply, please visit the University of Greenwich vacancies page and complete all details including supporting documents (attached CVs and personal statements will not be seen by the panel at this stage). The link to the vacancy can be found here: 2842-E Project Manager – Jobs at Greenwich
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