We are recruiting for a project manager

Published: 20 Aug 2020

Type: Fixed-term, 3 year contract
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours/week
Salary: £34,880
Based: Flexible. A mixture of remote working with some presence required in our central London office every 3-4 weeks.

About CAE

The Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) has been a leading authority on inclusive design for over 40 years. We provide consultancy, training, research and publications on building design and management to meet all user needs, including disabled and older people. CAE pioneered the provision of access guidance for building designers based on collaborative research with disabled people. CAE is a leader in developing the case for designing for disabled people in inclusive design.

As the recognised experts in the field CAE helps organisations meet their duties under the Equality Act 2010 through our research, consultancy, training and guidance publications.

CAE is a trading name of Habinteg Housing Association, who have been a leading provider of affordable accessible homes for over 40 years and are champions of the Lifetime Homes Standard.

About the Role

The role of the Pathways Project Manager is to lead on an exciting new project funded by the City Bridge Trust ‘Bridge to Work’ (BtW) programme which aims to tackle the disproportionately high level of unemployment amongst young disabled Londoners. CAE will be supporting young disabled Londoners into careers in inclusive design and accessible environments through training, job shadowing, CPD and networking opportunities. We know that there are currently limited opportunities for young (disabled) people to move into careers in access and inclusive design, and this project will help develop the next generation of access professionals. It also underpins our vision to help create more accessible environments.

About You

Our ideal candidate will have a broad understanding of disabilities or experience of supporting young people with disabilities. You will have experience if working within a project or coordinator role and have a track record of providing high quality support to deliver successful projects. In addition, excellent attention to detail, the ability to prioritise and organise and fantastic communication skills will be crucial to your success in the role.

Closing date for the position is Monday 31 August 2020

Please click here for the recruitment pack.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the HR department:
E-mail: recruitment@habinteg.org.uk