We’re actively looking for people to join our teams and we’re committed in protecting your health and wellbeing during every step of our recruitment process. If you’re successful in securing a role with us you’ll find we’ll be doing things a little bit differently and it may mean you’ll initially join our team by working from home. During this time we’ll work with you to make sure you have the tools and equipment you need and that you feel part of our amazing DLG team!
What we’re looking for:
It’s an exciting time to be joining our HR function; we’re relaunching our People Strategy, and as a result many of our new initiatives will be delivered more formally within our programme/project management framework. As such we’re looking for a HR Project Manager to join the team.
You’ll have substantial experience delivering both technical and non-technical programmes and projects within Agile and Waterfall frameworks. You’ll possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, ensuring end user outcomes form a considered part of decision making.
Who you’ll be working with:
You’ll be joining a team of established Project Managers and technical change experts. We’ll require you to work across DLG with colleagues from numerous functions to deliver some critical projects, and act in an advisory capacity, sharing your project/programme management expertise with the wider HR community too.
What you’ll be doing:
Scope, plan, and deliver projects, to meet an agreed set of business needs and benefits, within agreed parameters of cost, timescales and quality
Ensure projects evaluate the impacts of change on the operating model (process, governance, people, organisation, location, systems, data) and addresses the impact effectively through deployment of relevant tools and skills e.g. stakeholder mapping, communications, training, process design, organisational design
Work within agreed standards and framework to contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of Business Change approaches, methods and training
Create effective, informed and highly motivated teams focused on delivering the benefits of the project through working with key stakeholders, SME’s, and other programmes/projects and teams to ensure cross-team cooperation and coordination
Identify, own and manage the risks involved in running our business appropriate to own role, in line with the DLG risk framework and meet all the ethical, legal, risk and compliance requirements of the organisation
Act in an advisory and consultancy capacity – provide Project Management guidance, expertise, and best practices to enable others to deliver non-technical projects and pieces of work effectively within the DLG change framework
What we’ll give you:
We have a strong focus on developing you and your skill set and work hard to give you the tools to do so. In addition to this we also offer a generous benefits package including 25 days annual leave, family and work life balance focused options such as: fully paid maternity leave and parental leave, flexible working, insurance savings for you as well as a range of other optional benefits!