Project Manager (Start & Grow Enterprise) FTC PT
|Salary:||Grade 8 £38,460 - £48,676 per annum|
Currently fixed term until 31st December 2019 – the funding body is indicating that there is a strong potential to extend for a further 3 years, to be confirmed later this year.
22.2 hours per week (0.6 FTE)
The University has an excellent track record of winning European Funding Bids, we are currently delivering projects totalling over £4M. The bids are to support the development of funded services to Small and Medium Sized Businesses (SME’s).
We are now recruiting a Project Manager role to enable the successful conclusion of the following bid:-
Start and Grow Enterprise
Start and Grow Enterprise is a successful project supporting entrepreneurs from across the county. Due to the relocation of our current, successful Project Manager we are now seeking a talented and experienced individual to bring this project through its final year, to successful completion. The project complements existing start-up and entrepreneurship offers within the university and across the county. It inspires those who have not previously considered starting their own business, prioritising economic drivers such as digital natives and social enterprise. It puts support for Start Up and Early Stage businesses firmly at the heart of our business service.
This project builds on UoG’s experience of supporting successful high growth companies, award winning student entrepreneurs and social enterprise in Gloucestershire. A key target audience for this project is the student community of the university and young people aged 18-24 across the county and individuals from under-represented areas and groups and therefore it is essential that applicants have experience and credibility with these client groups.
Closing Date: Midnight, Monday 13th May 2019
Interview Date: Tuesday, 21st May 2019
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The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the communityFunded by the European Regional Development Fund.