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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. 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 will be responsible for managing our growing team and stakeholder list. You must be able to handle a fast paced environment and a collaborative culture. Motivating everyone to create work we’re proud to put the Chapel name to is key.

What the role entails:

● Supporting our accounts director 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, Slack & Trello