Corporate Programme Delivery Manager
Hours: 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday), Permanent
Salary: £41,172 + £3,800 per annum car allowance
Additional Benefits Include: DC Pension Scheme with employer’s contributions up to 10%; 25 days annual leave which increases to 28 days after 4 years’ service; additional annual leave for significant life events (moving home / getting married) and paid time off for volunteering; flexi time and flexible / agile working options; payments of professional subscription fees and free onsite parking.
Location: Chester – occasional travel to other offices and locations required
We are seeking a highly motivated Corporate Programme Delivery Manager for a position which plays a key role in ensuring the delivery of Muir Group’s transformation programme. The successful candidate will be part of a passionate and dynamic Business Transformation and Technology Team, responsible for delivering transformational business change and on-going support of all ICT systems to the Association.
Muir have recently invested in a Business Transformation programme, centred around core business systems. This includes a new Housing Management System (Civica Cx), a new Asset Management System (Civica Keystone) and a corporate Document Management System (Docuware). The successful candidate will play a leading role in the continued development of these systems within Muir and the realisation of their key benefits to the business.
If you want to make a positive difference, you can apply online by visiting www.muir.org.uk/current-vacancies. Alternatively, please telephone 0300 123 1222 (textphone: 0300 123 3005) or email email@example.com
In support of your application please provide a written statement detailing how your skills, experience, abilities, behaviours and work-related qualities make you a suitable candidate for this role. Please note that your written statement forms an important part of our short-listing process.
Closing date: 9.00am Monday 16th September 2019
Interviews: Thursday 10th October and Friday 11th October 2019
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