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We are seeking a Project Manager to join the Media Development team in London to implement international projects.
Please note, this is a fixed term contract till March 31, 2022.
The Project Manager will define scope and manage a portfolio of programmes. He / she will work closely with members of the team to ensure technical and / or business objectives are achieved and ensure effective delivery of his / her portfolio, including compliance with client and contract requirements.
He / she will hold responsibility for financial oversight of allocated programmes by coordinating with Project Coordinators, partners and the finance team.
This position will dedicate significant time to the Media Development team’s new programming in Eastern Baltic countries, supporting initiatives to support a functioning free and fair press in countries including Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia .
Additionally, it is expected this person would also have work streams focused on other geographic regions.
Key tasks, duties and responsibilities
Hold responsibility for financial oversight of allocated programmes by coordinating with colleagues, partners and finance team
Skills and Attributes
Please note, the deadline for applications is Sunday 12th April at 11.59pm UK Time.
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