We are a value-orientated Housing Association working together to create communities where people want to live. We manage circa 5,600 homes over a wide geographical area and our residents include families, older people and those in need of special care and support.
We are seeking a highly motivated Project Manager for a position which plays a key role in the delivery of Muir Group’s corporate projects. The successful candidate will be part of a passionate and dynamic Business Transformation and Technology Team, responsible for deliver ing transformational business change and on-going support of all ICT systems to the Association.
You need to be a customer-focused individual, able to work with minimal supervision, able to understand, conceive, problem solve and deliver outstanding change. The main responsibilities will include:
- The definition and management of corporate and IT projects, encouraging the need for transformation and change within a business area in tandem with the delivery of new capabilities and outcomes from the project
- Creating and maintaining realistic project, communication, transition, benefit realisation and quality plans. Ensuring that project deliverables are completed within planned cost, timescale, quality, scope, risk, change and benefit goals
- Understand and analyse needs of stakeholders, capture their requirements and translate them into system requirements
- Day-to-day management of a project and team, working closely with key stakeholders including sponsor, change leads and the IT team
- Responsible for specific project governance as directed by project board, including stage gate approvals, project reporting and assessments
- DC Pension Scheme with employer’s contributions up to 10%
- 25 days annual leave
- Flexi time and flexible / agile working options
- Payments of professional subscription fees opportunities for learning, training, professional development
- Free onsite parking.
How to apply
In support of your application please provide a CV and written statement detailing how your skills, experience, abilities, behaviours and work-related qualities make you a suitable candidate for this role. Please note that your written statement forms an important part of our short-listing process.
If you want to make a positive difference, you can apply online by visiting www.muir.org.uk. Alternatively, please telephone 0300 123 1222 (textphone: 0300 123 3005) or email [email protected] for more information
Advertised Monday 25 April 2022
Closing date: 9am, Monday 09 May 2022
Interviews: Wednesday 11 May 2022 to Tuesday 17 May