Contract Type: Full Time
Role:
Support Manager
Salary: £32,000 - £42,000
School Type:
Other
School Size: 0-250
School Age Range: 0-18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Church End, Barley, SG8 8JW
Ofsted Ranking: Independent School

Overview

Project Manager / Programme Manager

Make a difference to people’s futures. Make a difference to yours.

We are recruiting Project Managers who want to see their work making a difference to people’s futures. As part of a community of change leaders delivering strategic and tactical projects, you will be responsible for defining, shaping and coordinating people, process and technology change globally, improving access to education and life opportunities for millions of people.

We are a modern organisation with a proud legacy and a global reputation for excellence. As one of the oldest established media organisations in the world we have been on a digital transformation journey and now are looking for people who can help us move beyond good to world-leading in the digital era.

We offer continuous learning opportunities including training, mentoring, coaching, communities of practice and the resources you need to grow your career in whichever direction you choose. Whether you want to increase your expertise in a particular area, or broaden your skills and experience across the business, we will support you.

We are recruiting for permanent roles and will consider requests for full or part-time hours. We operate a hybrid working arrangement combining remote working with attendance at our Cambridge office as required, by mutual agreement.

The range of projects you could be working on is broad and could include:

  •  acquisition and integration of new businesses to grow our product offer
  • implementing new technologies into the business to improve our ways of working, drive efficiency and enhance customer experience
  •  driving policy and process change to support new initiatives such as environmental sustainability

About You

  • You can take a brief for a business opportunity and turn it into a plan through robust engagement and analysis
  •  You embrace good governance and communication to achieve successful outcomes
  • You have great people skills, can recognise the viewpoints of multiple stakeholders and identifying the best way forward
  •  You are comfortable in accepting and providing challenge to senior colleagues to ensure the best outcome for your projects
  • You are proactive and highly motivated by your accountability to make change happen

To find out more and to apply, please visit our website. https://careers.cambridge.org/jobs/vacancy/1986/description

If you choose to apply, please include a short cover letter with your application, making sure you specify you are applying for a Project Manager position. We look forward to hearing from you.

The closing date for all applications is 31st October 2022, but we will be interviewing on an ongoing basis and may close the advert if a suitable candidate is found.

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About Bright Advertising

he Cambridge story began in 1534 when Henry VIII granted us Letters Patent (a ‘Royal Charter’) allowing Cambridge University Press to print “all manner of books”.

The Press published our first book in 1584, making us the oldest publishing house in the world. During the next four centuries the Press’s reputation spread throughout Europe, based on excellence in scholarly publishing of academic texts, poetry, school books, prayer books and Bibles. Along the way the Press published ground-breaking works such as Isaac Newton’s Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, John Milton’s Lycidas, Ernest Rutherford’s Radio-activity, and Noam Chomsky’s Language and Mind.

In the 20th century the Press extended that influence to become a global publisher, and in the 21st it is still growing, bringing millions of ideas on thousands of subjects to the world.