Partnerships Project Manager

£41,881 - £46,845
25 Apr 2021
10 May 2021
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At Sandwell Children’s Trust we are committed to delivering positive changes to the children and families of Sandwell. As we move forward on our continual journey of improvement, there couldn’t be a better time to join us. 

At Sandwell Children’s Trust we are proud to a be a progressive organisation where we all work as one for the safety, health, happiness and prosperity of our children and families and where we ensure this is also the case for our great employees.

Our 12 reasons sets us apart as Sandwell Children’s Trust is the place to grow your career and feel part of a great team. Please visit our 12 reasons via this hyperlink:

There are many benefits for working for us too:

  • Access to our Learning & Development portal 

  • The latest technology 

  • Detailed and effective appraisals

  • Great career progression opportunities.

  • Access to a range of family friendly policies and flexible working arrangements.

Benefits & Rewards

  • Up to £6,500 re-location package

  • Generous annual leave of 30 days 

  • Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme

  • 24/7 access to free, confidential employee counselling service

  • Occupational Health services

  • Car lease scheme

  • Eye Care Vouchers

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • And more!

The Business Improvement and Change service is looking for a credible and experienced project manager to lead on priority projects on behalf of the Sandwell Children’s Safeguarding Partnership and the Sandwell Children’s Strategic Commissioning Partnership to develop a robust performance framework and dataset for safeguarding, and for strategic commissioning in Sandwell.  Is this you?

If so, you will need to ensure that this intelligence will be rooted in good quality assurance and there is clear governance around the production and collation of this data. 

You will need to be able to engage with all safeguarding and commissioning partners within Sandwell at a senior level, be able to understand complex data, performance and quality information and join the dots between all of the services we provide for children and families in Sandwell.  You will play a crucial part in translating this information into clear plans for improving services for children and families in Sandwell in both partnership arenas, and begin to support us and our partners to make these improvements.

For further information about this exciting role, please contact Chris Yates - Business Improvement and Change Manager at

For any other queries relating to this role, please email

To apply, please click the APPLY button.

Closing date: 9th May 2021

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