£25000.00 – £25000.00

A Junior Project Manager is needed to join a global leader within the cultural and heritage sector, delivering collections and archive management software. Working from either their Nottingham or Manchester offices, this is a superb opportunity to play a crucial role in facilitating the delivery of small to medium sized software implementation projects.

With offices in the UK, Europe, Canada, United States, New Zealand and Australia, our client delivers powerful software solutions to archives, museums, libraries, academic institutions, and many more. Serving over 4,000 customers in more than 30 countries, this global organisation is considered leaders in their field with their technology used by many of the largest and most recognised museums and institutions in the world.

Reporting to the Head of Project Delivery – EMEA, the Junior Project Manager can expect to play a key role coordinating short-term projects, requiring adept communication with both customers and internal resources. Responsibilities include project planning, collaboration with colleagues to optimise resource allocation, and proactive resolution of project issues. This role places a significant emphasis on meticulous record-keeping and timely updates, particularly in ensuring the completion of necessary reporting and documentation, and managing invoices post-project completion. The ownership of project and time tracking systems highlights the importance of maintaining accurate records for real-time monitoring of project statuses. Furthermore, active participation in team meetings is an integral expectation for effective project coordination.

To qualify… Whether you call yourself a Junior Project Manager / Project Administrator / Project Co-Ordinator / Project Liaison / Project Facilitator / Project Support Specialist or similar we don’t mind, as long as your CV demonstrates the following:

  • Strong organizational, communication, and leadership skills.
  • Good stakeholder management skills.
  • Excellent problem-solving and decision-making abilities.
  • The tenacity and drive to deliver projects to completion.
  • Familiar with project management software and tools.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt to future agile project management systems.
  • One to two years of experience in project management preferred.
  • Degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline would also be beneficial.

This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual looking to progress their career within a first-class software business. Expect plenty of opportunity, progression, training, and a collaborative team environment which offers great benefits.