Client Project Manager

Client Project Manager
Employer: Science Museum - London
Salary: £35,000 - £38,000 + benefits
Location: London

Do you have experience of project work and the ability to co-ordinate complex tasks to tight timescales? Do you have a good understanding of how building projects are delivered?

The Science Museum's Masterplan is an ambitious programme of capital projects which is transforming the museum, its buildings and collections, ensuring our galleries and spaces meet the needs of visitors in relevant and dynamic ways. In this role you will provide maternity cover as Client Project Manager for the Medicine Galleries project in a one year fixed term contract.

You will work closely with the Project Director and other members of the Steering Group to ensure that a project meets its agreed aims and objectives. With a keen eye for design and an understanding of cultural institutions, you'll coordinate the internal project team and stakeholders across the museum to ensure that decision making is effective and that all museum activities for a project are planned and delivered within the parameters of the brief, programme and budget.

You will have enthusiasm for our mission and Masterplan, with experience of project management and an understanding of how building projects are delivered. You will be able to manage budgets and proactively identify project risks in order to manage or avoid them.

You will be offered excellent benefits, including 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, a contributory pension scheme, BUPA medical and dental care, an annual season ticket loan and numerous staff discounts whilst developing your career in a world class museum group.

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