Project Manager

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Closing Date: 26/01/2024

Location/Division: Home based with occasional travel

Project Manager 


Full Time – 35 hours per week

Salary up to £44,000 DOE + benefits package 

Home based in England, Scotland or Wales – with occasional travel

About the role 

Are you a seasoned and results-driven Project Manager seeking an exciting opportunity to lead the delivery of multiple projects in a rapidly evolving digital landscape? Look no further! 

We have an exciting opportunity for two Project Managers to join our friendly and supportive Transformation team. We are currently seeking a highly skilled and adaptable Project Manager to join our dynamic team and spearhead the successful execution of in-flight and new digital, transformation and change projects that are crucial to our organisation's growth and success.

We have several exciting projects ongoing which you will play a pivotal role in this delivery. You’ll be key in helping us achieve our ambitious digital plans that will drive the success of our customer and people experience.

You will also support the transition and successful embedding of projects into a business-as-usual activity by leading aspects of the change management process such as training, training materials and delivery of business processes and support documentation. 

What you’ll be doing

You’ll manage the end to end implementation and delivery of projects, supporting teams to ensure operational implementation of activities through to BAU to ensure we meet the customer and business requirements through the full project lifecycle.

What we’re looking for

  • You will have experience in delivering multiple complex projects including digital, transformation and change projects to time and within budget
  • You will have experience of different project management approaches including agile, waterfall and lean. 
  • You will have experience of developing project documentation to ensure robust governance throughout the project lifecycle 


Other skills which would be desirable however not needed to apply for the role

  • You may have previous experience of project planning and delivering within an Awarding Organisation or within the education and skills sector

 Working for EAL/Enginuity Group

We offer a supportive work environment and a comprehensive benefits package. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive place to work for all our colleagues and we want everyone to feel valued and that they can be themselves at work. 

Many of our team work flexibly, and we would be happy to talk to you about how this could work for you, please let us know if you are shortlisted for interview so we can discuss this with you.

We also welcome discussions regarding any support or adjustments you may need throughout the recruitment process, please speak with our recruitment team.  

Our benefits include:

  • Competitive externally benchmarked salaries
  • A defined contribution pension (4.5% employer/employee contribution).
  • 25 days paid holiday (increasing after 1 years’ service to 26 days and 2 years to 27 days), plus bank holidays. 
  • 3 additional paid days for company shutdown over Christmas and New Year 
  • A holiday buy scheme - option to buy up 5 days extra days holiday per year
  • Life assurance of 2x your salary
  • A Healthcare Cash Plan so you can claim back the costs of everyday health care such as dental, optical and physiotherapy.  Plus, a virtual 24 hour GP service. 
  • Paid membership of a Professional Body to support your continuous development.  
  • An Employee Assistance Programme offering free confidential advice and support
  • Wellbeing programmes, access to a free wellbeing website and wellbeing app
  • Paid time off to volunteer in your local community or to support wider charitable causes
  • A comprehensive discounts and benefits scheme, with discounts at many high street and online retailers
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity, shared parental, adoption and dependant leave 
  • Access to training and development opportunities


About Us

The Enginuity Group exists to find new ways to close skills gaps in UK engineering and manufacturing in order to create a more productive sector at the forefront of designing, making and maintaining the solutions to society’s greatest challenges.   Enginuity is a charity that has created a ‘common language’ for engineering and manufacturing occupation and skills data, to help employers have the right skills at the right time to adapt faster to change. 

We use this unique approach to sector data, alongside our deep understanding of the skills needs of UK engineering and manufacturing businesses, to: 

  • support engineering and manufacturing employers in discovering new sources of skills; 
  • provide insights and recommendations on the skills that are increasingly in demand so businesses, sectors and government can plan ahead; 
  • and alongside EAL, the Enginuity Group's specialist Awarding Organisation, End Point Assessment Organisation and skills partner for industry, connect organisations to ensure technical education is fit for purpose and keeps pace with changing industry needs, new technologies and the net-zero transition. 

Further Information 

If you have any questions, a request for further information, or would like to request this information in an alternative format, our Recruitment Team will be happy to help. Email us at 

We’re unable support UK relocation or to sponsor a visa for this role.

Depending on the volume of applications, the closing date for this position may be extended or brought forward.



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Enginuity is committed to equality of opportunity in employment, where all individuals are considered on the basis of relevant merits, skills, and abilities.