Project Manager - Employee Experience (UX) Design

£35000 - £40000 per annum
09 Oct 2020
09 Nov 2020
Emma Crichton
Specialist Area
Project Management
HR Jobs Level
Contract Type
Full Time
You don't see may roles like this out there - especially at the moment - so if you're looking for a brand new role, in a growing and successful consultancy, who invest heavily into their people, then this is definitely worth a look.

When it comes to employee experience, they want it to be brilliant. So, they'd like you to design a new, leading, high touch, seamless, engaging process that ensures people's capabilities are maximised and their well-being is looked after.

As part of their small but specialised People Team you'll get to use all your skills in process design, project management and data interpretation, to create people processes that span areas including recruitment, onboarding and L&D, generating meaningful people metrics to make recommendations to improve the employee journey.

I know this business well, and they really do practice what they preach. Development isn't just something they talk about - they truly offer opportunity to develop and maximise capability. It's something they take very seriously.

So, you don't need to have done it all to get this job, there's heaps of room to learn and grow, but you do need to come with some key experience.

You'll need to have designed user journeys and processes. Don't worry - not the techy bit, it's the process design bit we need. You'll have followed project management methodologies, ideally understanding Agile. You'll also be analytically minded - nothing overly complex, but understanding what and how to measure. Academically, you'll have qualifications that demonstrate your intellectual horsepower and commitment to your own learning and development.

You'll thrive in this environment if you are smart, a self-starter, ambitious, collaborative and naturally inquisitive. In return they promise that the work will be varied and give you scope to develop and shape the future direction of your career.

You'll be working remotely for a while, but at some point you'll need to be able to get into the London office a couple of days a week.

Sounds good doesn't it?

To apply, drop your CV to me - I really look forward to reading it! Oh, and my promise is that you'll get a response - CVs don't get lost in cyberspace when I'm recruiting.