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Technical Project Manager IIFeatured. PRIMARY PURPOSE: The Technical Project Manager II is a tech-savvy individual that enables OCP to develop, enhance, and operate online properties and integration interfaces, and to support enterprise applications and cloud services.
As an IT leader, the role requires an excellent communicator and relationship builder. The Technical Project Manager II utilizes their IT background, business process knowledge, and agile experience to own highly technical projects from beginning to end, and to drive sprint ceremonies for development teams.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: · Manages medium to large technical enhancement and support projects by coordinating resources, scheduling activities, ensuring effective communication, and monitoring timelines and deliverables.
· Works with stakeholders to identify scope, risks, and expectations.
· Serves as scrum master for one or more development teams by removing impediments, working with product owner to prioritize..
Are you a motivated, passionate and experienced manager with an impressive track record of delivering high-quality projects, to meet the needs of local communities.
Do you want to make a positive impact to people’s lives across West Yorkshire and to work with a respected and ambitious charity?
Yes – then this could be your dream job. Catholic Care has weathered the Covid storm and is more committed than ever to support local communities., this exciting new role has been created to build on our successes and to reach out to more people in need, to raise our profile to increase funding opportunities and secure new funding streams.
No two days will be the same working with amazing staff and partners to increase the opportunities for families to tackle poverty and food insecurity, to give them the opportunity to develop their parenting skills and enjoy meeting other parents and carers, to support Young Carers to self-manage caring responsibilities, providing advice, guidance and activities to navigate their challenges, to championing groups that sponsor a refugee family and to support older people experiencing loneliness and isolation.
Our new Community and Funding Manager will share our passion and energy to make a real difference to people’s lives. You will be inspired by real people and real challenges to raise awareness and create new ideas and identify new projects and at the same time, ensure we continue to deliver excellence across the brilliant work we already do. This is an exciting time where we are keen to make a difference to project delivery. This is an inspirational opportunity to be part of the team and join us on our journey.
To be considered as the Community and Funding Manager, you will need:.
To be a community manager with a proven track record in a related environment who can engage, inspire and collaborate with communities to deliver funding initiatives providing a high standard of collaboration to key individual supporters and funding groups to secure and increase levels of support. You will be able to demonstrate energy and enthusiasm to community projects with a proven track record of growing sustainable projects through establishing, developing and nurturing funding opportunities with excellent networking and influencing skills.
You will be someone who responds quickly and positively to change, you’re happy to challenge the status quo and introduce new ideas, methods and processes where appropriate.
Job Title: Manager for Community and funding team. Salary: SCP 29 – 33 (£33,486 – £37,568)plus pension and other benefits. Post: Permanent Full Time with flexible working. Location: As part of your role, you will be expected to travel within the Diocese and be based at Head Office in Headingley, Leeds.
Closing Date: Monday 31 March 2022. Interview Date: To be arranged with Applicant. Catholic Care was founded in 1863 and continually evolves its services to meet the needs of people today and tomorrow.
The charity now cares for adults, children & families and helps those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalized; people of all faiths or of no faith at all.
The charity also employs people of all faiths and none.
To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profilepage, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us on.
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