Hounslow, Greater London (On-site)
£33,000 - £35,000 per year
Contract, 12 Month Contract, Full-time
Job description

The Re-Klaim device refurbishment & distribution project is funded by The London Borough of Hounslow and EHCVS has been commissioned to deliver a digital devices refurbishment and distribution service. Working in partnership with, Community Solutions, Meadowbank Lifelong Learning Centre and the Hounslow Library Network, EHCVS will be providing refurbished devices back into the community.


  • The project manager will be responsible for managing the delivery and supervising the technical trainer for the and the overall project work plan.
  • In addition to the day-to-day duties the manager will manage external relationships and liaise with Council colleagues to raise awareness and drive referrals.
  • The manager will oversee incoming referrals from partners and ensure vulnerability criteria is met as well as carry out the monitoring of data collection against outcomes for devices to service users.
  • The Project Manager provides leadership in project best practice and is highly resident focused. They are a key contact in the team ensuring information (e.g. deliverables, risks, issues) passes to and from LBH.
  • Overall responsibility for the service will sit with the project and engagement manager who will report to steering group on progress and deliverables.
  • Conduct planning meetings to capture requirements, impact, risk and organise implementation activities in a project plan.
  • Ensure project objectives are translated to project actions and milestones and that project plans include KPIs, financial benefits and risks.
  • Management of Technical Trainer.
  • Lead on the promotion of Re-Klaim to increase donations of IT devices and community engagement.
  • Be mindful of where other projects interact and work with other project managers where there are synergies to ensure a successful outcome for all.
  • Responsible for the development of a digital champions network across the voluntary sector. 


  • Communicate regularly and effectively with the designated manager within EHCVS.
  • Help recruit and work closely with the Steering Group who will have overall authority for the direction and functioning of the project
  • Arrange partner meetings including circulation of agendas and papers and meeting minutes. 
  • Maintain appropriate flows of information with and between the steering group and contributing members.
  • Monitor impact at a granular and annual level, through the collection of data points (i.e., surveys, digital engagement statistics, headcount, etc)


  • Experience delivering IT projects, transformation projects and/or health specific projects is advantageous.
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment, respecting and collaborating with all individuals equally, and with a commitment to overcome bias and prejudice.
  • Ability to analyse and present information to staff from non-IT backgrounds.
  • Understand risk and mitigation around project management and know when to escalate.
  • Project managing key initiatives as required to include planning and co-ordination of resources, ongoing monitoring, and reporting.
  • Understanding of Council structures, voluntary sector services and funding streams.


  • Assist in producing briefings, information, and web material.
  • Assist in producing monitoring and evaluation information
  • Assist in developing and organising events
  • Represent Ealing & Hounslow CVS at meetings and events relevant to your project.
  • Undertake other related project duties as may be required
  • To work in co-operation with other members of the staff team of EHCVS, attend appropriate internal and external meetings.
  • Support EHCVS with other project developments and funding applications to funders. 
  • To undertake, as identified by EHCVS’s Board of Trustees any occasional additional duties commensurate with the responsibilities of the post which may not be purely related to this role. 


  • To record monitoring information; review progress of current projects on a weekly basis and manage upwards.
  • Prepare written evaluation reports for EHCVS, projects and services.
  • Support the Funding and Partnerships manager and Development Services Manager with monitoring information collated from service as and when required, Weekly and monthly reporting.  


  • To ensure that Equal Opportunities and all other EHCVS organisational policies are actively implemented and adhered to in all areas of your work.
  • To work with EHCVS staff and volunteers towards the effective achievement of the organisation’s objectives.
  • To ensure all volunteers working with you are given appropriate induction and to provide information and support for all volunteers working for EHCVS 


The postholder will be employed by Ealing & Hounslow CVS and supervised and managed by the Senior Development Services Manager. The postholder will participate in monthly supervision with their line manager as well as a weekly team meeting and organisation-wide staff meetings. An individual induction and training plan will be agreed on. 

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Posted on: 05 May 2022
Closed date: 03 June 2022 at 23:30
Tags: IT, Management