IT & Internet
£35,000 Per Annum
Senior Project Manager
Location: Brighton, UK or remote (UK), Remote working, with access to office space in Brighton.
£35,000+ Depending upon experience, Full Time, Permanent.
Our client creates immersive learning experiences that result in meaningful, validated outcomes. Their purpose is to inspire, immerse and enable people to grow – at work, at home and on the move. They are driven by solutions, not technologies.
From soft skills to health, safety and well-being, immersive technologies enhance the learning experience and boost the outcomes with deeper memories and greater recall training and simulation complex physics replicating the real world virtually allow trainees to practice tasks and fail safely, building up their muscle memory without needing access to the real thing.
An experienced Project Manager to join their Production team in Brighton. Most of the team are remote working but there is the option to use their studio space within Plus X, Brighton. They would like someone who is keen to promote the smooth running of their projects, and to enhance both the internal and client-facing experience. The individual will be adept at creating project plans that reflect the design, development, and delivery of their software solutions, whilst managing client expectations and heading off risks before they arise.
The delivery team is highly experienced and work in an open and direct dialogue with clients. While the project manager recognise that process is important, this role is about managing the client, while facilitating and removing impediments to reduce friction for their designers, artists, and developers. Therefore, your approach will need to be flexible depending on the needs of your team, clients, and your project.
- Working with everyone in the studio to facilitate the smooth running of several simultaneous projects. This means getting close to the Designers, the Artists, the Developers, and the Testers as well as Finance, and the Directors.
- Building great relationships with their clients. They collaborate with their stakeholders, and they take pride in working things out together.
- Ensuring that freelancers or suppliers are embedded within the project teams, to ensure objectives are clear and delivered within the parameters of the project.
- As an experienced Project Manager, you already know that this means helping the teams to own and prioritise their tasks according to budgeted days, and to identify risks and issues early on. You also appreciate the importance of working together when issues do arise, to find the best and most appropriate solutions. Key elements of the role are: Financial Management
- Monitoring and managing allocated project budgets and regularly reforecasting, passing information back to the Account Director and Finance Team.
Essential Skills & Requirements:
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience of delivering projects within a software development or technology-based environment.
- Experience within a creative industry or agency environment, with a strong eye for the design and the detail would be advantageous.
- At ease using software project tools such as Jira and encouraging best practice for their use within the project teams.
- Confident running several projects simultaneously, through to delivery, and you recognise the importance of staying calm and focussed.
- Knowledgeable about the fundamentals of iterative software development.
- Proud of attention to detail and set a high standard to others.
- Clear when conversing with others, both in verbal and written communications.
- Confident facilitating and chairing meetings, whether it be internal, or with clients, or suppliers.
- Considered when making decisions and taking the lead when needed, but you’re always ready to adapt, and re-evaluate.
- Aware of the impact you have on others and the role you play in motivating your team to work collaboratively throughout the project.
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