Project Manager Uk Sponsorship Available

April 18, 2024
£43.4 - £54.9 / year

Job Description




Putting the Human in Resources.

Doing things differently.

Human Resource Project Manager

£43,392 – £54,919 annually (pro-rata)

This is a fixed-term contract until the end of July 2025.

While this is a full-time position, we will consider part-time candidates.


About the Role

This engaging and interesting post will allow you to collaborate with colleagues on a variety of HR initiatives, broadening your experience in implementing change projects that have a significant impact on our NTU community.

You will have a strong expertise and passion for human resources, as well as experience managing and delivering complex change initiatives. Your desire and skills will assist others in making a compelling argument for change and identifying appropriate solutions. You will use your strong project management skills to plan and deliver projects efficiently.

In exchange, this employment provides the opportunity to work in a pleasant, dynamic team, delivering change in line with our strategic objective, with no two days being the same.

For additional information, please see the position profile. We will still examine applications even if you do not satisfy all of the standards, so don’t be discouraged if you don’t exactly match them.


How To Apply

Please include a supporting statement of up to 500 words in your application that addresses the main selection criteria, focusing on your knowledge and understanding of the HR context, as well as your previous experience leading and delivering challenging projects or change initiatives.

About Us:

Nottingham Trent University is a successful and ambitious university known for its creativity, diversity, and willingness to do things differently. This is an exciting time to join the HR team as we focus on Empowering People, a major topic in achieving the University, reimagined strategic plan.

Our HR team is in charge of our NTU colleagues’ employment needs. We provide a comprehensive range of HR and organisational development services, such as Health, Safety, and Wellbeing, Resourcing, and Reward and Recognition.

We are distinctive and disruptive, empowering individuals to do the right thing. We take risks by exploring new avenues and developing unique solutions. If you want to make a meaningful difference, working in HR at NTU could be the ideal opportunity for you.

If you have any questions regarding the role or the HR team, please contact Liz Lacey, Head of HR Strategic Projects, at


Join us.

  • We promote hybrid working arrangements, allowing for both office and remote work. You are free to define how you function best for the benefit of your stakeholders.
  • Flexibility allows you to take control of your work process. We are open to varied working styles and techniques.
  • 25 days of annual leave, plus statutory bank holidays and 5 university closure days pro rata.
  • Salary sacrifice Retirement Savings Plan includes life insurance and income security. Available to colleagues who opt out of the contractual pension system. Minimum colleague contributions of 0% are matched with a minimum NTU contribution of 8%.
  • All colleagues can benefit from a variety of health and wellness services, as well as optional advantages, discounts, and savings.
  • Access to a variety of formal and informal professional development options to help you improve your skills and enhance your career.
  • A whole lot more.

Come and share in our achievement.Apply today!


Safe and inclusive.

At NTU, we are committed to fostering an inclusive culture that values, promotes, and celebrates our students’ and colleagues’ varied voices and perspectives. We value the unique contributions you may make, and we urge people from underrepresented communities and backgrounds to apply to join our team.

applicants from job seekers requiring sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be reviewed alongside all other applicants.

While this position is eligible for sponsorship through the Skilled Worker Route, we urge that you check your eligibility before applying for it. For further information, visit

This position is governed by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974), and successful applicants will be requested to reveal any outstanding criminal convictions.