UK, London, 21 hours/week, Part time 5 months (August - December) with potential to be extended
Circa GBP 29,000 inclusive of ILW
Would you like to work with one of the largest humanitarian organisations in the world and be part of a broader network trying to make a difference? The British Red Cross has an exciting opportunity to join the PIMS 2.0 project team for a part-time fixed-term role working as the migration and testing officer.
Our Project and Information Management System (PIMS) supports the International Directorate's way of working in project delivery, disaster response and grant management, and enables us to track progress and learning against our International Strategy. We are updating the system and are looking for someone with excellent co-ordination, facilitation and communication skills to join the PIMS 2.0 project team.
The aim of the PIMS 2.0 project is to replace our current system with anew platform that will support our business and reporting requirements. Through this project, there will be improved:
- Visibility of the work within the Directorate through improved reporting and data management
- Management and monitoring of projects and partnerships through embedded workflow
- Collaboration between staff based in UKO and overseas due to improved access to the system
- Knowledge management within the Directorate
As migration and testing officer, you will be responsible for managing the migration and testing work streams for the PIMS 2.0 project. We need someone with proven IT skills, project management experience and excellent attention to detail to ensure we are delivering against our project plan. You will work directly with the PIMS 2.0 Project Manager as well as with BRC International Directorate staff based in our UK office and overseas. You will also work closely with our 3rd party supplier in providing feedback throughout the testing process. We need someone who is able to manage stakeholder relationships and communicate feedback clearly.
This role is located in the BRC's Performance & Accountability (P&A) team in the London office and reports to the PIMS 2.0 Project Manager. Closing date for applications is 23:59 (UK Time Zone) Tuesday 30th of July, 2019. Interviews will take place during the week commencing 5th of August 2019.
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Should you have any questions on this role please email us at International_ quoting reference REQ0000026FX
We offer a wide range of staff benefits, these include:
- 36 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
- Option to buy an extra 5 days annual leave
- Up to 6% contributory pension
- Flexible working policy
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