As the UK's leading Volunteer Management software, we are always looking for innovative team members with ideas to take DutySheet to the next level.
Our people make DutySheet a great place to work. Our ideas are born from our own experiences of volunteering, leadership and IT. A career with DutySheet gives you the opportunity to directly shape the future of this exciting software.
Browse our current vacancies below and if you are willing to innovate and are passionate about software development, join us.
We are a software and services company that enjoys the best of both worlds: a well-established and profitable company with a start-up mentality. We’ve been in business for over 10 years delivering a leading solution for volunteer management to the public sector, but we maintain an innovative culture and agile approach.
With our new product, Assemble, we’re now looking to disrupt the volunteer management market in the Charity sector both here in the UK and the rest of the world by growing dynamically as charities realise the importance and value of volunteers and invest in them.
We’re creating a culture that is fun, challenging and supporting. And we’re looking for talented like-minded people to join us on this journey. We are focussed on developing our team by providing every opportunity for employees to take on more responsibility through promotion and professional development.
We are currently looking for a Project Manager to join us in our Leatherhead or London offices to take charge of implementation of our products to clients. We are interested in you if you are a dynamic, creative, problem solving individual who wants to make a difference.
Junior Project Managers just starting out on their PM Career, through to seasoned project managers all welcome to apply, it’s the right individual we are on the lookout for!
Understanding or experience with software development lifecycle / software engineering background
Experience of delivering software projects balancing time, cost and quality
Experience managing teams and motivating teams of engineers and consultants
Ability to monitor, analyse and report on performance of all allocated projects
Ability to manage, report and identify project risks
Ability to manage small and large project budgets to agreed limits
Ability to work directly with customers to ensure delivery and identify new opportunities
Experience in both waterfall and agile environments
Delivery of large-scale projects
Understanding of the charity sector
Ability to monitor financial health of a project and programme and forecasting
APM-P certification or Scrum Master certification
Familiarity with the Atlassian suite (Jira, Confluence)
Strong familiarity with a Asana, Microsoft Office and G Suite.
Encourage and support continuous process improvement and effective change management
Whole project lifecycle exposure from bid support through to business benefit realisation
Really great communication skills both in spoken and written English
Know how to talk to both technical and non-technical people (and translate between both)
The ability to work at customer sites around the UK as well as our offices in Leatherhead and London
The most important thing is that you love what you do and have a passion for exploring and pushing the boundaries while having fun. You’re ambitious and driven – mediocrity isn’t acceptable to you. You’re confident but look to your peers to help you improve. You’re a team player and you share what you know with those around to improve what they do. So when you find a problem you’re immediately looking for the solution and can use your initiative to work with others to solve that problem.
23 days of annual leave.
Competitive salary depending on experience.
Performance-based bonus and salary review every December.
Based in our London or Leatherhead office.
Free parking (Leatherhead)
Please note that due to the nature of the role, applicants must have at least three years of uninterrupted residency in the UK.
Any offers will be subject to candidate successfully clearing NPPV (Non-Police Personnel Vetting) Level 1.
How to apply
Interested applicants should email email@example.com with their CV and an informal cover letter, highlighting their experience from their CV and their ambitions. Links to previous work is a must.
Selected applicants will be sent an online based assessment.
Successful applicants will be invited for an interview at our offices in Leatherhead.
Emails from agencies or those who cannot fulfil the residency criteria described above will not be replied to.
This vacancy will be on-going until position is filled.