Project Manager – Bebington, Merseyside

Project Manager

Claire House Children’s Hospice

Bebington, Merseyside


Would you like to bring your project management skills and experience to an organisation that makes a real difference? Claire House Children’s Hospice is a place of positivity and laughter, where we help seriously and terminally ill children live life to the full and provide emotional support for the whole family.

If you care passionately about making a difference, enjoy building strong working relationships across an organisation, and have experience taking a lead on a variety of projects and programmes, this could be the perfect role for you.

The hospice is at an exciting point in its development. We pride ourselves on continuously transforming to meet the needs of those we exist to support, and we are about to embark on a period of ambitious development, with aspirations to expand our facilities and services to meet the growing needs of local children, young people, and their families.

In the role of Project Manager, you can be there as we begin our journey to establish organisational project management frameworks and enhance change capability. Working within the Strategy and Projects Team, you will support the development and delivery of strategic programmes of work. The role will also contribute to the development of a project support function and play a key role in educating and role modelling best practice as new ways of working are embedded.

This is a permanent, fulltime (37.5hrs pw) contract. Flexible and hybrid working will be considered, but there is an expectation that this role will be office based for a minimum of 2-3 days per week and will be flexible to meet the needs of the projects and the organisation.

If this sounds like an exciting opportunity, and you would like to have a conversation, please contact Kirsty Taylor ([email protected] | 0151 343 0883)

We are actively seeking candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds.

At Claire House, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds and value everyone as an individual. We are committed to organisational practices, which promote diversity and inclusion for all employees and volunteers regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, sex, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity status, race, religion or belief. Connecting these differences creates a productive environment in which everyone feels valued.

Please read the job descriptions here and apply for this great opportunity using the application form here

Claire House wants to meet the aims and commitments set out in its equality policy and would appreciate your help and cooperation in completing the equality and diversity form here.

All applications must be submitted on a Claire House application form available here. Completed applications should be emails to [email protected]

Closing date for applications: 10am, Thursday 9th March 2023

Formal interviews will take place on: Monday 13th March 2023

The closing date is subject to change, should sufficient applications be submitted in advance of this date.