EU Projects Manager

Fare Network
  • Location
    London, United Kingdom
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Mid Career
  • Posted
    Dec 31

Position description

Responsible to: Programmes Co-ordinator

Objectives

  • To take a lead on developing, managing and evaluating transnational projects with partners in Europe;
  • To support initiatives across Fare network’s work programme through project management, communication, research, administration and general support.

Specific Functions and Responsibilities

Project Management

  • To produce and maintain operational plans for project delivery;
  • To organise and attend operational project meetings, events and workshops;
  • To oversee performance and budget timelines; ensure completion of tasks associated with workstreams;
  • Manage small project consortiums;
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress of projects, and identify and implement actions/improvements;
  • To maintain and build good relationships with project partners, contractors and other bodies;
  • To oversee and support implementation of dissemination and communication activities;
  • To contribute to the wider activities and objectives of Fare as required.

Delivery

  • To have an understanding of priorities with a sport for social change focus;
  • To take responsibility for coordinating the delivery of projects for Fare and project partners;
  • To manage external experts and suppliers to deliver programmes to high standards.

Communications

  • Work with the Head of Communications to ensure the production of timely and high-quality material;
  • Prepare summaries of events and reports to use in press and website materials.

Qualifications

  • Be knowledgeable in project management techniques and methods;
  • Have a practical understanding of social change initiatives;
  • Be able to demonstrate at least 2 years relevant work experience;
  • Have experience of delivering multi-stakeholder projects;
  • It may be an advantage if you have experience of delivery of European Commission funding programmes;
  • Have excellent interpersonal, and communication skills in English - verbal and written;
  • It may be an advantage if you are fluent in at least one other European language;
  • The ability to chair project meetings and organise online co-operation;
  • Have experience of planning and managing a workload across multiple projects;
  • Be able to demonstrate experience of identifying, communicating, and resolving potential project risks;
  • A high level of attention to detail and accuracy, and be proficient at solving problems;
  • Excellent proficiency in Microsoft suite including, PowerPoint, Word & Excel;
  • An ability to multi-task and work to tight deadlines;
  • The ability to work independently and communicate effectively to the rest of the team.

Our offer

  • A 2-year work contract (with the possibility of renewal) from February 2018 with a decent salary and good terms;
  • A dynamic and creative international team located in London;
  • A stimulating work environment with partners from several European countries;
  • As part of this position you will be required to work occasional evenings and weekends and travel within Europe.

Application instructions

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