Job Title: ‘Not in Nottingham’ Project Executive
Reporting to: Nottingham BID Manager
The role is to provide project management support to the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID) Manager by leading on and delivering the additional projects associated with a successful grant from the Home Office on hate crime. This involves liaising with various stakeholders across the public and private sector and ensuring that the project is delivered on time and on budget whilst meeting the outcome agreed in the application. Some national travel may be required for operational and training purposes including occasional overnight stays. The company will meet the cost of any such travel.
- Deliver agreed project plan including agreed outcomes, planned activities, critical success factors and timescales.
- Co-ordinate delivery of the project in partnership with relevant stakeholders
- Ensure regular communication with partners including co-ordination of meetings and provision of regular updates
- Provide relevant information to the Home Office as and when required
- Any such tasks that need completing in order to achieve the smooth running of the ‘Not in Nottingham’ project.
Note: The above list is not in order of priority, and other tasks
commensurate with the grade of the post may be required of the post‐holder.
- Project management skills and experience of project co-ordination.
- Good understanding of Nottingham’s diverse communities.
- Understanding of hate crime and its impact, along with equalities issues more generally, specially as the relate to the night time economy.
- Good understanding of the Nottingham student community.
- Passionate about making Nottingham city centre a great place to be in for people from all backgrounds.
- Ability and experience of working with a range of partners and stakeholders to deliver agreed objectives.
- Familiarity with Nottingham city centre.
- Ability to communicate at all levels.
- Excellent written communication skills
- IT literate, particularly in Microsoft Office and with the ability to operate databases.
- Excellent prioritisation and time management skills.
- Ability to work on one’s own initiative, with communication of activities back to line manager.
- Ability to multi-task whilst maintaining high standards.
- Flexible working including some out of hours.
- Ability to work with professionalism and integrity at all times.
- Willingness and ability to follow the operational procedures, as dictated by the company
- Experience of working on national grant funded schemes.
- Experience of delivering training and conducting consultation activities.
To apply for this role please send your CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 14 June 2019.