Business & Corporate Services
Greater.Jobs Project Manager
Communities, Strategy and Reform
Contract: Fixed Term for 6 months initially – Secondments welcome (please request approval from your line manager)
Salary: £34,788 - £38,813 (Grade 8) per annum
Hours: 36.66 hours per week
Based: Negotiable (travel to other GM Authorities will be required) Please note even though the employer for this role will be Oldham Council. The role will be accountable to Tameside Council in a matrix management arrangement.
Closing Date: Sunday 5th July 2020
Shortlisting Date: Tuesday 7th July 2020
Interview Dates: Monday 13th July/Tuesday 14th July 2020
We’re looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our Greater Manchester HR/OD Collaboration in order to lead a process improvement project.
Our greater.jobs Website and Applicant Tracking System is growing from strength to strength. We now need to take stock and review our recruitment processes across our Greater Manchester authorities, with a view to align and modernise them and vastly improve our candidate experience.
To succeed in this role you will need as a minimum:
Oldham is committed to developing a Co-operative future; one where citizens, partners and staff work together to improve the borough. Anyone joining the council is coming into an ambitious organisation with big plans. We are working hard to build a brighter future for our borough and we need people from a wide range of backgrounds to continue delivering the best for our communities.
The Council has a clear set of Values and Behaviours, our Values outline how we do business and we share these borough wide with our residents, partners and businesses. Internally we have translated these values into five cooperative behaviours which outline the priority areas of focus for all staff at all levels. You can view the Values and Behaviours on our Greater. Jobs pages Working for Oldham
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Please note that should a vacancy that has been released for internal or external recruitment be deemed suitable for an at risk employee, it can be pulled back at any point up to the post being formally offered to an external candidate or an internal candidate that is not at risk of redundancy.
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