What you’ll be doing:

You’ll be CoreBlue’s lead Project Manager and the ‘go-to’ for technical build projects.  This includes managing the full project cycle from preparation to delivery, as well as owning client relationships, team coordination and workload projections. 

Responsibilities include

Providing cost estimates, proposals, scoping projects, creating project plans and timelines, running risk assessments, and ensuring quality output.


Owning the onboarding phase of projects, liaising with teams on delivery dates and managing client expectations. Keeping scope creep in check and managing regular scrums.


Monitoring operations of projects including forecasting of resourcing, budget and burndown. Reporting to senior management on progress and profitability.


Communicate with clients day to day, manage client expectations and be the go between for clients and the engineering teams. Representing the team’s and the client’s needs. 


Work with senior management to ensure the teams stay motivated, that the right tools are in place and processes are continuously optimised.

The skills you’ll need:

Firstly you need to be self-started with solid project management experience.

You’ll have experience running projects from start to finish, applying agile project management principles.


Whilst you will have a team of experts to lean on, you’ll be expected to be driven and enjoy working autonomously. You’ll be well-versed in leading teams on large projects with complex requirements and you’ll know how to manage client expectations whilst building long-lasting relationships.


You’ll have strong planning and organisational skills, coupled with the strategic mind to identify and communicate good ideas.

Benefits include: 

Life / work balance:

  • A bonus day off for your birthday, plus an extra annual leave day for each year of service up to a maximum of 27 days, excluding bank holidays. 
  • Activities: We regularly arrange activities or team days out, so we get the chance to chill and have fun together.
  • All staff are able to use two days per year to volunteer for a charity of their choice. 
  • On the last Friday of every month, you’re invited to enjoy payday drinks at a local bar.

Supporting you:

  • Annual Salary Reviews
  • Regular team meetings – collab with your colleagues
  • Quarterly Progress review with your Line Manager to keep clear and focused goals and give your feedback 
  • Tech: Work on a MacBook and monitor set-up.
  • £100 budget given for accessories and workspace so you can make your creative space your own.
  • Career Progression: You will be challenged in this role and given opportunities to learn new skills to grow with us.
  • Development: We’ll add to your skillset. We’re aiming to become the best in class. As such, you’ll be enrolled in scheme’s and have transferable skills, such as AWS certifications. If there is something you’re passionate about that will be beneficial to your role, we’ll cover the training costs.

Your wellbeing is important to us:

  • Private Healthcare
  • Bike to work: Get a new bike and keep fit by getting a bike through a payroll scheme, we offer a £3,000 limit. 
  • Healthy organic fruit delivered weekly 
  • Open plan office with a happy & creative environment



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