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Business Development Projects Manager

Position: Business Development Projects Manager

Location: Enfield (EN3), North London

Closing date: 31 December 2024

Role details

Job title:
Business Development Projects Manager

Enfield (EN3), North London

£43,440 FTE (Actual - £26,064 - £34,752)

Salary pro rata:

London allowance:

Hours per week:
28 hours (4 days)

Closing date for applications:
Recruiting ASAP/ rolling until position filled.

Link to job pack for application:

This wide-ranging varied role will suit someone who is highly organised, self-motivated, flexible, and has great people skills.

The successful candidate:

  • You will lead all our non-advice related activities including HR admin, Finance, PR Campaigns, digital skills and financial capability.
  • You will need to be a natural multi-tasker who is prepared to make decisions and adapt to whatever comes their way.
  • You would be working with the CEO and Head of Service and Quality to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the service and that the office infrastructure/support is adequate to enable efficient running of the advice functions.

Other key tasks include:

  • Managing the administration of funded projects, monitoring targets and ensuring all KPIs are being met and funder reports are submitted on time.
  • Ensuring proper onboarding of all new projects and that the correct resources are in place.
  • Ensuring funder needs are met, and the projects deliver to the required standard.
  • Line managing non-advice staff and coordinating the community outreach programme.
  • Supporting the leadership team in planning the service and new projects.

Desirable, but not essential, a project management qualification and possession of a CAB certificate in generalist advice.

We offer a range of employee benefits including: 30 days annual leave (FTE). An employer matched pension contribution, currently at 4%. Access to Telus, an Employee Assistance Scheme which offers help and support with a variety of issues.

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