£30000 - £35000 per annum
28 days ago
Charity People are over the moon to be working with a leading procurement and social value organisation with a brand-new opportunity for a talented Projects and Partnership Manager to join their innovative Social Value Team.
This role is perfect for an experienced and knowledgeable social value practitioner and champion. Working closely with your colleagues in the Social Value Team, you'll take responsibility for key areas of the planning system and procurement framework focusing on social value delivery for public and third sector partners.
Additionally, you'll lead on the effective monitoring and reporting of social value obligations to key stakeholders; developing and maintaining those relationships to ensure exceptional customer service and integrated working.
You don't necessarily need to be a qualified project manager, but you'll definitely be able to demonstrate relationship-led stakeholder management and exceptional attention to detail. You're a brilliant communicator who manages relationships with care, precision and goes 'over-and-above' to get the job done. You've also got a keen eye for data and understand how impact reporting and efficient monitoring enables innovation and supports development and growth.
Ideally, you'll come with experience of CSR, public and/or third sector procurement and contract management with strong social impact values. You understand the nuances that bring social value to life and strive to make improvements that ultimately change people's lives for the better.
Based either remotely or from head office in Merseyside. Flexible, life and family friendly employer.
Initially, you'll be home-based, but longer term you'll attend external meetings, so you'll need the ability to travel nationally.
If reading this you feel strongly that this is your next job, please get in touch with a copy of your CV in the first instance to Amelia Lee at Charity People.
Please note: Charity People's (home) offices will be closed from 23rd December until 5th January so bear with us if you apply over the Christmas break. We have plenty of time before the deadline in the new year. Thanks for your patience.
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