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Project Manager

Ref code: KYP99099927
Office Support, Technology
£40k per year
Solihull, West Midlands, England
Fully Remote

Working with a leading Christian charity in the UK in their search for a Project Manager to join them on a permanent basis paying £40,000 base + great benefits such as 8.5% pension, 36 days annual leave. You will ideally be based in the West or East Midlands as you will need to be on site a day a week and build relationships with the Church figureheads.

- Ensure successful implementation of the national church funded church urban plant programme, including effective planning, monitoring and delivery of outcomes and by facilitating appropriate interaction with our vision and strategy consultant

- In collaboration with the Director, develop the programme management for the Mission Hub strategy with a focus on effective planning, monitoring and delivery of outcomes

- With the Director develop a Communications and Engagement Strategy for the mission hubs and church urban plants by assessing the influences, interests and attitudes of the key stakeholders

- Provide timely delivery of information, plans and reports to the Bishops, Diocesan Secretary, Archdeacons and other senior managers including tracking the delivery of outputs and outcomes for the church urban plants and mission hubs.

- Provide day to day programme management for other projects as identified in the strategic framework, developing outcomes and measures to proactively monitor overall progress and ensuring that individual projects and the overall programme delivers to the appropriate quality, time and budget, managing and resolving any risks and issues that arise.

- Co-ordination and engagement of these projects with key stake holders including clergy, PCCs, volunteers, key diocesan staff and community stake holders, and other internal and external third parties, to progress development and uptake of initiatives, building on positive feedback and identifying any barriers/resistance to change.

- With the Director support the development of strategic planning and impact measurement for Our Shared Future.

- Promote equality, diversity and inclusion in employment practices and leadership relationships, and role model inclusive behaviours in accordance with supporting the diocese to uphold principles and practices of equality of opportunity, as detailed in its strategies and policies, and in accordance with its legal obligations and theological values.

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