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Project Manager


Duties and responsibilities:
Project Management
• Ensure that the project produces the required deliverables of quality within the specified time constraints and costs and achieves the project timelines and deliverables
• Full project life cycle ownership to ensure successful project delivery, including full implementation from initiation to completion
• Ensure that all projects are delivered in the most cost-effective manner to guarantee Gross Profit (GP) or even improve on it, hence keeping operational costs of each project at optimal levels and come in below budget where possible
• Constant communication and reporting to clients

Project Setup
• Draw up a training schedule in consultation with relevant stakeholders, ensuring that the schedule meets all agreed objectives
• Ensure that Facilitators, Assessors and Moderators understand the scope of work and timeous delivery for each project
• Manage risks and implement deviations where necessary and implement new strategies if the project does not follow the schedule

Project Implementation
• Conduct monitoring visits to ensure that the training is on schedule, Portfolios of Evidence (POE’s) are up to date, learners are attending training sessions and that the workplace is adequate
• Ensure that status report is up to date on a weekly basis
• Adhere to the Company’s Quality Management System (QMS)
• Adhere to the Company’s policies and procedures

Leaner Manager System (LMS) & Client Portal
• Ensure that information is updated and maintained on the Learner Management System (LMS)
• Submit Monthly Client Feedback Reports to clients on learners’ status and progress on a bi-weekly basis or when required
• Set up project files and client e-folders

Functional support
• Liaise with functional support teams and adhere to service level agreements
• Build and maintain relationships with the host site’s learners and clients through regular contact

• Manage and support Project Coordinators, Facilitators, Assessors and Internal Moderators

• Manage the onboarding and orientation of learners
• Manage and oversee the attendance registers for workplace experience and training whilst addressing and managing any absences
• Manage the resolution of learner appeals on assessment
• Manage remediation and ensure it is completed by Facilitators after each cluster assessment

Facilitators, Assessors, and Internal Moderators
• Proactively manage the sourcing and recruiting of facilitators, assessors and moderators with the assistance of the Talent team
• Interview applicants with the assistance of Talent team
• Plan and schedule the training clusters as required for the project
• Manage the performance of Project Coordinators, Facilitators, Assessors and Internal Moderators and escalate poor performance to the Senior Project Manager (SPM)
• Ensure Facilitator, Assessor and Mentor orientation takes place on all new projects and accredited programmes

Financial Management
• Manage and check costing of each project
• Quality assure and sign off all Facilitators, Assessors and Moderators’ timesheets / invoices for monthly payments
• Manage and control stipend payments for learners where required
• Manage the ordering of training materials prior to each cluster when necessary
• Procure required resources for the learnership where necessary
• Manage the equipment and materials pertaining to the projects

Job Requirements: 

Inherent requirements:
• Matric
• NQF Level 7 qualification in Project Management or equivalent
• 7 to 8 years’ experience in similar role or industry

Preferred requirements:
• Strong written and verbal communications skills
• Commitment to excellence, outstanding work ethic and attention to detail
• Effectively communicate with Senior and Executive Management
• Valid driver’s license with own reliable vehicle

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