Job title: Project Manager
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Location: West Yorkshire, UK
Salary from: GBP £35,000.00
Salary to: GBP £40,000.00
Job published: 06 Nov 2018
Job ID: 29921
Contact name: Simon Gregory
Phone number: 01423 594 843
Contact email: simon@gpsreturn.co.uk

Job Description

An international professional body and registered charity, our partner is leading the way with flexible work development across the region. Launching a new program in 2019 focused on helping parents return to work they are currently recruiting a Project Manager for a 12 month period to manage the program ensuring that Returners, Mentors, Return Champions and Partner Companies and working to the program effectively and that the program is achieving its objectives.

Reporting to the Program Head your responsibilities will include:

  • Guiding the program across Yorkshire and The Humber ensuring that key deliverables are met.
  • Developing initiatives to ensure the project is sustainable beyond 2019
  • Co-ordinate training and guidance for the Mentors and Return Champions
  • Working with Returners Mentors, Return Champions and Partner Companies to maximise the benefit of the program to the Returners and Return Champions alike

As the right person, you will be an experienced Project Manager with an understanding of what it takes to bring a diverse group of people and businesses together. You will be able to empathise and relate to the Parent Returners, appreciate what they are going through and be able to work with companies to help them attract great returning talent to their organisations. You should also be able to manage your time effectively, be able to work from home and also travel across Yorkshire and The Humber when needed, have lots of energy and enjoy a busy role.

This role would suit someone looking to return to work as our partner is able to offer a variety of flexible work options including reduced hours, remote working, job share etc or a combination of options. As a result, you can be based anywhere across Yorkshire and The Humber.