£28k - 34k per year
020 7820 7328
about 2 years ago
A social welfare charity based in Bristol are looking for a Project Manager to help to maintain and improve their existing delivery of their advice and information services through partnerships and ensure that they provide an outstanding service to our major funders. The role will involve giving oversight and direction to allocated partnerships and having responsibility for extensive performance reporting to funders.
You will provide project management support to the Leadership Team, most notably in relation to partnerships and the reporting requirements of major funders.
-To take responsibility for partnerships and funding streams allocated to you and ensure that you give them each necessary oversight and direction to achieve our objectives.
-To ensure that the charity and partner organisations deliver the performance requirements agreed with key funders.
-To ensure that necessary data is collected, recorded and analysed within the charity and by allocated partner organisations.
-To ensure that all reports and responses to funders are delivered on time and to a good quality.
-To escalate to the Leadership Team any significant deviations from requirements in a timely and effective manner, to ensure that prompt remedial action can be taken.
-To organise, prepare for and run meetings, training and events to enable staff and key partners to meet requirements and improve.
-To maintain excellent and user-friendly records and databases that are accessible to anyone who needs to access them.
-To identify opportunities for shared learning across any allocated partnership and advise the Leadership Team accordingly
Skills and Experience required:
-Experience of successfully managing projects on time and within budget.
-Experience of producing high quality, user-friendly reports on performance.
-Experience of developing effective working relationships across organisations.
-Experience of organizing and running meetings
-Excellent planning, organizational and problem-solving skills
-A high level of numeracy and literacy
-Able to understand, analyse and interpret data in a wide variety of forms
-Good Understanding of the voluntary sector
-Some understanding of partnership working and expreicen of reporting to funders