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Project Manager

£35,000 – £45,000
Senior, Midweight
Full Time
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Job Description

In a nutshell:

We’re in search of a Project Manager to join Chapel as a permanent member of staff, responsible for managing our growing creative team and stakeholder list. As a client-facing role, it will require you to take on the coordination and completion of all projects on time, within budget and to scope. You must be able to navigate a collaborative culture, motivating everyone to create work we’re proud to put the Chapel name to.

What the role entails:

● Supporting our lead PM on our biggest accounts

● Managing varying projects from proposal to delivery

● Acting as a key point of contact for all stakeholders

● Overseeing inhouse and commissioned creative teams

● Assigning responsibilities to get the best out of every brief

● Generating proposals, time plans, SOWs and POs

● Managing budget trackers and monitoring progression

● Liaising with clients regularly to maintain an efficient workflow

● Identifying and managing risks to ensure delivery is on time

● Organising and leading in/external meetings including WIPs

The people we love to work with:

● Have exceptional organisational and interpersonal skills

● Take pride in knowing the creative process inside-out

● Are methodical and proactive when it comes to management

● Have a sensitivity towards client/collaborator engagement

● Are confident with numerical and administrative tasks

● Have a familiarity with financial and legal obligations

● Aren’t afraid to present ideas to in/external teams

● Know how to multi-task within a fast-moving environment

● Show initiative and decisiveness under pressure

● Are highly adaptable when faced with challenging situations

● Have a natural ‘can do’ attitude and dedication to ALL projects

Your experience and knowledge:

● You’re no stranger to this role or industry, but you still have a desire to learn

● Ideally, you have experience using collaboration tools e.g. Monday, Trello & Slack