1 November 2019
An exciting opportunity has become available at our well-known client based in High Wycombe. You’ll join a friendly team working with 50+ staff with the main purpose of the role being the overall responsibility for the management of The Company's Low Carbon Workspaces project related to reducing carbon emissions and to line manage the project staff as required, ensuring all projects are kept up to date, on target and in line with audit requirements.
To provide regular reports to the Head of Skills and Business Support on each of the contracts’ progress.
Liaise with external organisations (e.g. MHCLG, project partners, external evaluator) and internal departments as required to present relevant project activity and budget information using specified reporting formats.
Work closely with external stakeholders and other organisations to promote/add value to the project.
Responsible for the delivery of client contracts by ensuring they are kept up to date and in line with audit requirements.
The Project Manager will be in charge of recruiting project staff.
Attend networking meetings and create promotional opportunities through stakeholder engagement.
Ensure that outputs and financial budgets are on target and report successes / difficulties to senior management.
Manage the follow-ups following the grant process with customers.
Full understanding of the ERDF funding guidelines and provide assistance to others when required.
Excellent knowledge of ERDF funding guidelines and possess excellent project management skills.
Understanding of the Low Carbon agenda and experience working with businesses/individuals to reduce their carbon emissions. A keen interest in economic development as well as environmental and sustainable issues.
Strong knowledge of business planning and business systems with the ability to advise a business on the best use of their energy.
Line management experience with Prince 2 qualification is desirable.
Full driving licence and car to visit clients and must be flexible to attend meetings and events outside of working hours and outside of the country.
Monday - Friday 37 Hours
Salary: £38,000 - £40,000 + Benefits