The Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies, Liverpool John Moores University offers a diverse range of disciplines from Architecture to Film, Criminal Justice to Sociology and Policing. We have a number of exciting projects in development and are seeking to appoint a highly committed Project Manager. You will be responsible for managing multiple projects through developing and managing all operational and financial processes. You will work alongside a project team to oversee the day-to-day delivery of the project in accordance with the project plan and outcomes. You will be expected to communicate with project partners and external stakeholders to ensure that LJMU’s requirements are met.
You will be organised, with proven planning and communications skills and will be a key member of the team, essential to the successful delivery of the project. The ability to handle multiple projects in an effective and efficient manner is essential. You will have experience of project management of complex, multi-disciplinary projects involving a range of users, customers or stakeholders.
Specific experience of managing projects in a creative and digital environment is desirable.
For further information or an informal discussion regarding the post, please contact Wendy Bowe, Strategic Project Manager – email@example.com
LJMU values diversity and provides a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can fulfil their potential.
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