Project Manager (Cloud Transformation)

full time


Headline: Well loved not-for-profit organisation seeks a Project Manager to lead an important Office365 migration for them on a 2 year fixed term contract

Location: Lincolnshire, with potentially some regular home-working

Salary:  £31k - £33k + benefits

Ideal candidate:  An experienced project manager with at least one IT transformation project under their belt.  Someone who is now looking for a more personally rewarding place to work and doesn't mind taking a possible pay to work for a great cause!


This opportunity would really suit someone who would love a role with a difference.  You may have worked as a project manager in a larger business for a number of years and feel like you are ready to quit the rat-race, or you may still be early in your career but have at least 3 years of project management experience with some previous IT transformation project management experience (preferably moving to modern technology/the cloud).


Either way, this company offer a brilliant working environment (with one of the most unique head offices anywhere!), a healthy work-life balance and a wonderful team to share your adventures with. Although you’ll be surrounded by brilliant people, this is a fairly standalone IT position; you should be an independent worker capable of working autonomously.


We are interested in speaking to anyone who is within commutable distance of Lincolnshire and has previously worked as an IT project manager, preferably with some Agile experience, although Prince2/waterfall practitioners will also be considered (however, this is not essential). Ideally, you’ll be able to demonstrate how you overcame a few technical hurdles during IT transformations, either in your current role or previous ones.


On offer is a salary of up to £33k with a handful of benefits, alongside the opportunity to work within a super modern head office.

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