Project Manager

Location CBD & Inner Suburbs
Job type Permanent
Discipline Professional Services
Reference 690139

About the Role
Oversee the delivery of two complex and time critical projects, from project planning and tender preparation through to vendor performance management, progress reporting and project delivery by 30 June 2021. These projects relate to the needs assessment and scoping of potential new services to the organisation. Reporting directly to the National Program Director, you will also work closely with the relevant Program Manager and other key stakeholders within this agile and robust project team environment. 
Duties & Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with relevant stakeholders to develop project plan scope, timelines, budgets, resources and deliverables

  • Manage the tender process, from planning and tender documentation preparation through to vendor selection

  • Lead project working group meetings

  • Manage vendor performance to adhere to strict timelines

  • Assist with risk management and issue resolution

  • Provide detailed reporting on project performance and expenditure

Skills & Experience required

  • Demonstrated experience in project management within reactive, fast-paced environments

  • Exceptional organisational skills with the ability to keep all stakeholders on track with timelines and budgets

  • Ability to manage the competing priorities of multiple projects simultaneously

  • Exceptional stakeholder engagement skills - you must have well-developed interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills

Benefits & Culture

  • Drive exciting projects that will have direct impact in the community services sector

  • Join a hard working, dynamic and highly effective project team environment

  • Attractive salary on offer, to recognise the skills and experience required for this Project

  • Enjoy flexible work with work from home arrangements available

About the Company
This is a health Not-for-Profit organisation, focused on supporting people affected and those at risk of this disease with access to information and advice on prevention and management. The Brisbane office has a relatively small team of dedicated and high performing professionals, with a flat structure and a dynamic, agile project environment.  
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