Permanent position, Full-Time, United Kingdom
Based in our head office in Redhill, South of London, you will join our UK office of experienced and highly dedicated professionals working across our global company, providing consultancy and project management services, primarily on donor-funded projects in international development. We aim to provide a stimulating and exciting environment with a strong ethos of collegiality. The working environment is informal, creative and collaborative, but we are uncompromising on the quality of work we deliver to clients.
The successful applicant will work in the CReD team under the leadership of Associate Director to support the implementation of our strategy focussing on project delivery and business development in the core areas listed above. You will work in close collaboration with technical experts from other teams in variety of disciplines, including technical experts in Infrastructure Services, Inclusive Growth, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Economics and Finance. In addition, you will develop strong working relationships and work with colleagues in the various regional teams and overseas offices.
You will have completed a relevant degree and be able to demonstrate relevant experience as well as strong drive and aptitude, combined with excellent organisational and communication skills.
A typical day at work
Your day is likely to start with correspondence with the Associate Director to identify key priorities for the day. You will contact and confer with other members of the CReD team and join our team meeting on a weekly basis.
You will confer with other staff members to discuss areas of collaboration and cooperation and join project meetings to discuss progress in a technical capacity and in your capacity as project manager.
You will be expected to do groundwork to support the preparation of technical bids and support the preparation of financial proposals. In the process, you will engage with project partners to develop partnership and manage their inputs for EOIs and proposals.
How to apply
Please submit your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining clearly why you are interested in this role and working for IMC, the skills and experiences you can bring to it, and how your experience meets the person specification. Your covering letter should also include your salary expectations.
Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis, so it is recommended you apply as soon as possible.
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