Project Manager, part time - 3 days per week
We are Business Disability Forum. We believe the 26 million people in the UK and over 1 billion people worldwide with disabilities and long-term conditions enhance the social and economic health of our societies. We help remove barriers in business structures and Government that prevent disabled people from thriving and making their contribution to the world.
We are unique. There are many great disability charities and disabled persons’ organisations. Our niche is our expertise in disability as it affects business.
We are looking for a Project Manager who can work across teams to help design and manage the creation of new products and services that will -enable organisations in our membership and beyond, hire and retain talented disabled employees and serve disabled customers, consumers and service users better.
9am to 5pm, 3 days a week or 21 hours with occasional out of hours work. We pride ourselves on having a flexible approach to service delivery and are happy to discuss flexible working and remote working options with suitable candidates.
- Project management of cross team multi-disciplinary projects.
- Experience of delivering high quality projects on time and within budget.
- Ability to persuade, and enable others to meet project milestones and deadlines.
- Excellent time management and prioritisation to deliver work on time.
For the full job description and person specification of this role and instructions on how to apply please visit our website clicking APPLY
Closing date for applications: 7 November 2021.
First interviews are planned for the 17 & 18 November 2021.
Second interviews are likely to take place in the week commencing 22 November 2021.
Business Disability Forum is committed to ensuring that all its information, products and services are as accessible as possible to everyone.
We are committed to becoming disability-smart and an employer of choice irrespective of race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, or pregnancy and maternity. The ethical and business case of ensuring that our workforce is representative of wider society is at the heart of what we do. When we are recruiting, disabled candidates who meet all of the essential criteria will be offered an interview.