Business Change Project Manager (FTC)
Your new company
Your new company is one of the most successful and fast growing housing associations within Greater Manchester. They are looking for a business change project manager to join them in moving forward with their latest project where they have secured a large fund of money for more rental properties. With this kind of growth this housing association is an exciting place to work within the area at the moment, with brilliant future prospects and opportunities to follow.
This opportunity will be a hybrid working role, between the office and home working.
It is a 1 year fixed term contract with the potential of being extended to up to 2 years.
Your new role
Your role will be to help identify and deliver the organisation's change priorities for the upcoming 1\/2 years. The change team have already made good progress with this and are now looking for an experienced change manager to help them deliver, with everything from process design and business improvement to working with data in mind.
You will have demonstrable experience of managing projects and delivering business benefit using a combination of the above skills. You will be allocated specific projects and be responsible for developing project plans, working closely with colleagues in Operations, Technology and other supporting functions to ensure they deliver to time, scope and quality; ultimately realising customer experience and efficiency\/effectiveness objectives. This organisation has a range of strategic projects underway to support the growth in new home development, the transformation of property services\/repairs, improvements in customer service and enhancements to the digital platforms.
You'll have the ability to build and maintain strong ongoing relationships across a cross-functional project team and demonstrate good client, team and stakeholder engagement skills. You will assist the Programme Manager in the preparation of progress\/delivery reports, provision of information and timely escalation of opportunities, risks and issues. You will need a positive 'can-do' attitude and a genuine passion and enthusiasm to drive and deliver business improvement.
What you'll need to succeed
- Project Management (eg. Prince 2, Agile)
- Business Improvement & Process design (eg. Lean, Six Sigma)
- People Change Management
- Data Analysis
What you'll get in return
In return you will get a 35000-40000 salary DOE and a range of benefits as below:
* Excellent training and development opportunities
* Access to the Social Housing Defined Contribution pension scheme
* Annual leave allowance at 31 days per annum
* Free Gym Membership
* Access to a Health Plan
What you need to do now
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- Job Location
- North West
- United Kingdom