Green Growth Project Manager – Hillsborough.

  • Hillsborough, Northern Ireland
  • Please see description

Green Growth Project Manager – Hillsborough

  • Hillsborough, Northern Ireland
  • Please see description
  • Posted September 22, 2023

Role: Project Manager
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 30 weeks (possibility of extension)
Hours: 37 per week (Flexible, with no less than 30 hours per week)
Location: Hillsborough

Job Description:

Are you an experienced Project Manager ready for your next challenge? We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager to join our team in Hillsborough. In this role, you will play a pivotal part in ensuring the successful delivery of projects, maintaining documentation, and upholding governance standards.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Documentation Maintenance: Maintain all project documentation and adhere to established processes and procedures to ensure robust governance.
  • Business Case Development: Lead the development of business cases (BCs) in partnership with subject matter experts. These BCs will range in value from approximately £30k to £2m.
  • Procurement Oversight: Oversee the procurement of items related to BCs and manage the associated processes, ensuring adherence to good governance principles at every step.

Essential Criteria:

To be considered for this role, you must possess the following essential criteria:

  • Diverse Skill Set: Ability to work effectively in a diverse environment with a wide range of skills, including finance, science, and construction.
  • Strong Management: Capability to establish robust managerial and oversight procedures.
  • Business Case Writing: Proficiency in writing efficient and effective business cases, aligned with Managing Public Money NI.
  • Challenge: Capacity to challenge management, peers, and suppliers when necessary.

Desirable Expertise:

While not essential, the following expertise would be desirable for this role:

  • Scientific Equipment Knowledge: Familiarity with scientific equipment related to agricultural systems.


All applicants must complete a Basic Access NI check to be successful in the role. 

If interested, please apply via this job post or alternatively, you can apply by sending a CV to Sean at sean.burns-mooney@therecruitmentco.uk

This opportunity is no longer accepting applications.