Project Manager (Internal Secondment)
Fixed Term, Secondment – Duration 1 to 2 years
Full Time (37 hrs/week)
Grade: PO2, £35,934 - £38,813
Closing date: 15/11/2019 Interview date: TBC
A unique opportunity to provide life-cycle project management support to the St George’s project.
A fantastic opportunity to utilise your project management skills on a critical and high-profile project. Your role will be to oversee and plan all aspects of the St George’s project, providing expertise, resilience and capacity.
What we need from you… You are a PRINCE2 practitioner (or equivalent), with strong knowledge and experience of working in a project environment, managing and delivering corporate projects to timescale and within budget. You have demonstrable stakeholder management skills, and experience of data analysis, interpretation and presentation. An excellent communicator, you use your networks to achieve results. Crucially, you are enthusiastic, and committed to delivering customer-focused services.
What we offer in return… An opportunity to oversee this high-profile project for Rutland, work that really makes a difference to people’s live.
We act as ‘One Council’ in all we do, with each of us working together in the most effective way to meet the needs of our customers every day – if you share this ethos then we very much want to hear from you.
What to do now… Please view the Job Description for more information about the role. For an informal discussion about the role please contact Helen Briggs – Chief Executive, firstname.lastname@example.org
All recruitment correspondence, including interview details, will usually be sent out via email. If you require documentation/correspondence in an alternative format, please contact the Human Resources Team on 01572 758291 or email: email@example.com .
Rutland County Council is committed to Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
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How to apply
We will be accepting online applications for this role, if you require access to a computer or the internet resources are available at Rutland County Council’s Catmose site and within the County’s libraries, a member of the team will be happy to help you with your application.
Please contact us on 01572 75 8291 to make alternative arrangements, if for any other reason you may struggle to complete the online application. The application forms can be made available in alternative and accessible formats.