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Project Manager
  • Employer: Adur & Worthing Councils
  • Reference: CD/20/136221
  • Published: Thu 22/10/2020, 14:35 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 29/11/2020, 23:55 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: Starting from £39,880 to £43,857 per annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Commerce Way, Lancing, West Sussex

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Project Manager

Project Manager

Salary: Starting from £39,880 to £43,857 per annum

Grade: Grade  8

Hours: 37 hours per week

Place of work: Parks & Foreshore Offices, Commerce Way, Lancing

Closing date: Sunday 29th November 2020

Interviews: Wednesday 9th December 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Project Manager within our award winning Parks and Foreshore section to lead on the management and coordination of project delivery of a variety of high profile improvement projects across Adur and Worthing, including: Highdown Gardens National Lottery Heritage Fund project, the £3million Brooklands Park Masterplan redevelopment and a variety of climate emergency response and adaptation projects across our parks portfolio.

You will be a dynamic individual able to manage all aspects of the projects in your portfolio including co-ordination with funders, stakeholders and elected members including the production of project plans, schedules and project finances exercising strict budgetary control with both Capital and revenue funds and oversee the procurement, letting and direct management of contracts to achieve agreed project objectives.

The successful candidate will manage all stakeholder consultation and engagement processes throughout the duration of the projects in order to inform the successful delivery of high quality outcomes. You will be able to work with multiple stakeholders, creating new networking opportunities and be a focal point of contact for these projects both internally and externally.

It is essential that you are an excellent communicator and be able to work across multiple channels and oversees the development and production of public communications including working closely with the Council’s communications team to keep funders, stakeholders and the public up to date with project progress.

Does this sound like you?  For an informal discussion about this post, contact Philippa Reece, Parks and Foreshore Manager at