Project Manager

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust

Matlock, Derbyshire
£27,800 - £33,150 pa

Paid • Full Time • Temporary

Sectors: conservation & wildlife

Closing date: Sunday, 21st April 2024   5 days left

We’re growing our project management team and looking for an innovative Project Manager who is keen to engage with a wide range of partners and stakeholders to help ensure we achieve our vision of a Wilder Derbyshire.

In this role, you’ll lead the coordination, delivery, and successful completion of a variety of funded transformational projects across the county. Your focus will be on achieving clearly defined project outcomes, on time and on budget. You’ll report on progress regularly to funders, partners, our team as well as the public to showcase your projects impact. You’ll work in an agile way across multiple workstreams, helping to secure nature’s recovery in Derbyshire. 

What we can offer you:

  • Flexible working options, we have adopted a 9-day working fortnight meaning all full time staff get a non-working Friday every fortnight 
  • 33 days annual leave including bank holidays, we also have a festive shutdown so all staff get the days between Christmas and New Year off in addition to their leave entitlement 
  • Climate Perks (extra leave granted for staff using more green, sustainable transport) 
  • 9.5% employer pension contribution 
  • Electric bike and car salary-sacrifice schemes available 
  • Employee Assistance Programme 
  • Life Assurance Scheme 
  • Personalised Development programme designed to enhance your knowledge and progress your career 
  • A multi-disciplinary business, with opportunities to work on a wide range of projects, developing your experience and skills 
  • A close-knit, friendly and supportive team, with a relaxed office atmosphere 

About you

This role might be right for you if:

  • You’re a successful project manager with wide ranging knowledge of project management and budget management systems
  • You have experience of managing contracts
  • You feel comfortable talking to a diverse range of stakeholders with different interests, perspectives and personalities
  • You’re self-aware, reflective and endlessly curious - you’re always looking for opportunities to do things better
  • You love technology and are excited about the opportunity to create something new and unexpected
  • You’re comfortable and adept at navigating change.
  • You have a passion for nature’s recovery and community engagement.

We are happy to talk flexible working!

This role will be based at our office in Middleton although we support hybrid working with home and office working supported. We’re a local charity so applicants should be easily able to access our office and other locations around the county.

Interviews are planned for 29th April 

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