We are currently recruiting for a Project Manager in London.
Pay rate: PAYE 311.31 per day/UMB 400 per day
Contract duration: Temporary ongoing
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dedicated and enthusiastic individual to support and progress the ground breaking work being conducted by the Women in National Security (WiNS) programme. It presents a unique six month attachment into a fast-paced programme pilot, and offers a lateral change or career development opportunity.
The project manager will work within Counter Terrorism Policing Headquarters (CTPHQ) and will report to the Director Strategy, CTP and WiNS Governance Board. The role will be to apply structure, rigour and project disciplines to the pilot.
- Establish a project structure, working with the exchange candidates, wider pool of applicant candidates, UK/Australian stakeholders and WiNS support/working groups.
- Actively manage project governance, project plans, time scales, risk and issue registers, tracking and monitoring updates
- Establish and manage regular reporting cycles, in accordance with reporting timelines and prepare appropriate summary dashboards to enable effective decision making.
- Design the domestic WiNS pathway engaging with Home Office, Cabinet Office and partners in national security.
- Provide budget control.
- Facilitate project activity that observes key events.
- Enthusiasm for supporting the Women in National Security programme.
- Must hold SC clearance.
- Previous experience working within a project and programme management environment.
- Highly organised and able to meet demanding deadlines in a pressured environment.
- Strong attention to detail, ensuring that project control products are accurate and contain the necessary information to support effective decision making.
- Good interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively and tactfully with people at all levels.
- Knowledge of or direct experience in applying programme and project management approaches such as MSP, Agile and PRINCE2.
- Previous experience of working in (local) government, a security agency or policing is desirable.
- Good facilitation skills, with the ability to elicit information and agreement from audiences of varying backgrounds.
- Good communication skills, both verbal and written, across all levels including stakeholder engagement skills.
Apply online or contact Terri O’Keefe on 01925 377 878. You can also email email@example.com for more information on this role.