Software Project Manager

Social Impact Data Consultancy

  • Location Fully Remote (UK BASED ONLY)

  • Type Permanent

  • Salary £46,500

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Exciting opportunity for a Software Delivery Manager to join an established data consultancy.

Working across social and environmental impact data projects.

Flat salary of £46,500 and fully remote working (UK based applicants only).

Are you a seasoned Software Delivery Manager with a passion for collaboration and driving successful project outcomes? And looking for a fully remote working position? Do you thrive in a non-hierarchical work environment where transparency, autonomy, and teamwork are valued? If so, we have an incredible opportunity for you!
 
Our client is a forward-thinking and dynamic worker co-operative that believes in the power of collaborative efforts to bring meaningful projects to life. They play an instrumental role supporting, global open data initiatives – offering technical know-how, community engagement and capacity building needed to create iniatives that are collaborative impactful and sustainable. Projects range across data strategy, data governance, user research, data analysis and developing tools & software.
 
This is a remote role with no home office, so you must be comfortable working remotely. You must also be UK Based to qualify for this role. The team meet up for social activities and you will be given a co-working allowance to suit your needs.
 
What you’ll be doing…
 
As a Software Delivery Manager, you will play a pivotal role in defining and overseeing the successful delivery of projects, ensuring alignment between clients, internal stakeholders, and our technical teams. You will take the lead in establishing clear software specifications and agreements on deliverables, scope, financials, and technical feasibility. Your responsibilities will also include coordinating day-to-day delivery, sub-contracting work when necessary, and nurturing strong relationships with clients. In addition, you’ll have the exciting opportunity to shape formal processes across the co-op and contribute to its growth.
 
Day-to-day you will be creating project briefs, providing regular project status reports, coordinating delivery with Developers, Analysts, and Clients, monitoring project finances and timelines, and resourcing for upcoming projects.
 
What experience you’ll need to apply…
 

  • Previous experience as either a Software Delivery Manager, Technical Project Manager, Digital Project Manager, or Data Project Manager is essential here.
  • An enthusiasm for their mission to use standardised data to make a meaningful contribution to global challenges including the climate emergency, global inequality and development, and grand corruption.
  • A successful track record of delivering technical projects (eg. Data migrations, software projects) in time and within budget.
  • Ability to work with technical teams and also be client facing, with plenty communication skills to translate technical jargon between the two!
  • Knowledge of conducting and using user research is desirable but not essential.
  • As a keen team player you are not afraid to take the lead and get stuck in, use your initiative, and collaborate with the wider team.

 
What you’ll get in return for your talents…
 
After your probationary period, you’ll have the option to become a co-operative member: gaining a stake in its future, taking part in shared decision making, and developing new skills in co-operative business management.
 
In addition to this you will receive a salary of £46,500, a profit share scheme, generous parental leave, training budget, health and wellbeing services, flexible remote working policy and a co-working space allowance.
 
 
What’s next?
 
If you’re excited to be part of an innovative worker co-operative and have the skills to drive successful project outcomes, we want to hear from you! Click Apply or get in touch with Helena at ADLIB directly!

UK Based applicants only.

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