Our purpose is to protect the public by regulating dental professionals in the UK. All dentists, dental nurses, dental technicians, clinical dental technicians, dental hygienists, dental therapists and orthodontic therapists must be registered with us to work in the UK. The support and experience of our dedicated and highly focused teams is invaluable. This is your chance to build on your own skills and experience and make a worthwhile contribution to our work.
About the role:
We require a Project Manager to manage, lead and progress several projects in support of the GDC’s operational aims. This is a 9-month requirement which will play a key role in supporting the Programme Manager for our estates relocation project, which involves a new office opening in Birmingham in September.
As well as this you will support the various Programme Managers and provide day-to-day management of allocated projects using the GDC’s project management framework. You will meet with key stakeholders to To obtain the ‘voice of the customer’ when developing business requirements and maintain key project documentation throughout the project life cycle.
The successful candidate will have experience of project management and an understanding of key methodologies in these areas. A Prince 2 Practitioner would be desirable, or otherwise will have demonstrable experience of working within a structured project environment. You need to have excellent analytical, creative thinking & problem-solving skills, as well as be comfortable building relationships with key stakeholders.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to further their experience within a fast-paced and changing environment.
The GDC is committed to equality and diversity. We encourage and support the recruitment, retention and career development of people from as wide a range as possible of ethnic, cultural and social backgrounds.
To reward you for your hard work and commitment, we offer an attractive benefits package that includes a generous pension scheme, flexi-time and 25 days’ annual leave (pro rata) plus bank holidays.
Closing date: 23:59 hours on Sunday 29 April.