Location UK / Down
Job Type Fixed term contract
Salary £25000 - 35000
Updated 1 week ago
Project Officer £27,735 pa Fixed Term f/t (37.5 hrs pw for 24 mo)
We are looking for an experienced Project Support Officer with a track record of supporting in the delivery of projects across their lifecycles and delivering solutions too complex problems in a range of environments and within recognised industry standard frameworks and ways of working.
What you’ll be doing
Supported by the lead project manager (line manager) you’ll be responsible for assisting in the delivery of projects and a wider programme through project lifecycles; including from concept to feasibility,implementation, handover and project close. You’ll, therefore, play a key role in supporting the delivery of projects in line with both the property and wider regional strategies and objectives. You could be leading a single standalone project or supporting the delivery of multiple parallel projects within a portfolio and/or wider programme.
As you’ll be assisting in the creation and delivery of a project, you’ll be helping to ensure it delivers agreed outcomes within time, cost and quality constraints; this will include day to day management of the project team; e.g.,could include contract and contractor management, assisting in the recruitment of resources within budget constraints and their effective deployment, budget management, overseeing and reporting to the lead project manager the appropriate delivery methodologies, providing effective management controls,and supporting in the transition between project phases and coordinating the delivery of technical and specialist support for projects.
The role profile within this advertisement requires attributes, skills and knowledge required for this grade and role profile, including practicable knowledge of standard project practices such as risk management, change control, reporting, contingency planning etc.
The vision for the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede and North Coast portfolios is one of transformation and sustainability: sustainable communities, sustainable environments, and sustainable finances. While the vision is clear, the strategic direction of how this vision will be executed is still being formulated, and this brings exciting opportunities to innovate and create new ways of working.
As part of the project team for the GC/CaR and North Coast portfolios, you’ll be solving some of the most challenging issues facing the Trust; a background in conservation and land management is not essential, you should demonstrate a passion for people and place.
There are a range of short, medium and long-term goals that will need to be achieved alongside the longer term programme. You’ll be working with the project and operational teams on-site, consultants, volunteers and external stakeholders – the ability work within a team is essential.
Who we’re looking for
We do not accept CVs or covering letters for Northern Ireland vacancies. Please fill out the online application form on the National Trust Jobs website.
We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applicants regardless of religious beliefs, political opinion, race, sex, marital status, age or disability.