Systems Management Section: Applications and Projects Manager

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UNISON, the UK’s leading public services union, is looking for a confident project manager to manage the end-end delivery of business critical projects
UNISON Centre, London, NW1
Starting salary
£47,855 per annum incl. London Weighting Allowance plus flexible working & excellent benefits package
Closing date
24 November 2017
Contract type
Full time, permanent

About this job

You will be working in an established team managing IT projects and ensuring these are delivered in line with requirements, budget and time scales.

This role also provides an exciting opportunity to work on projects with UNISON’s digital team and be part of UNISON’s digital transformation. Key challenges of this national role will include co-ordination of applications, systems developments and projects across the whole organisation.

How to apply

To apply for this opportunity, please download and complete the general application form and monitoring forms (under “Resources”) and see job description and person specification (under “Documents”).

Please note that only the general application form will be accepted.

Please send 3 completed application forms along with the recruitment and disability form to Systems Management, Shauna McDonald, UNISON Centre,130 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AY quoting the ref: ORD/88

The closing date for completed application forms is 5pm on Friday 24 November 2017.

Interviews will be held week commencing 04 December 2017.


UNISON is the UK’s leading public services trade union, with over 1.3 million members working in the public sector, private, voluntary and community sectors and in the energy services. We employ approximately 1,200 staff, with around 370 at our national centre in Euston in central London and the remainder in our 12 regions across the UK, including Northern Ireland.

UNISON is a dynamic, progressive union, committed to equality. We encourage men and women of all ages, Black and minority ethnic groups, disabled people, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to work with us.