Project Manager

Project Manager

Project Manager 

We are a leading technology consultancy and CRM Specialists for Not-For-Profits and are looking for an experienced, organised Project Manager to join our team at Zentso in the UK.


About Zentso

As experts in integration and developing bespoke add on solutions, we can transform our clients into high-performing organisations through the cost-effective use of progressive technology.

We can support organisations to fully utilise what they have or select, develop and implement new systems.

As an independent consultancy, we choose to partner with leading technology providers and give valuable guidance to help our clients.

About the Role

You will be client-facing, working on various projects concurrently and responsible for project managing the implementation of either Salesforce or iMIS solutions the entire project life cycle; post-sales to post-go-live.

You will have ultimate accountability for the overall success of the client projects that are assigned to you and closely manage the client relationship with constant open and clear communication.
You will need to be able to:

  • track, review, monitor and maintain project budget vs. actual project costs
  • manage and coordinate cross-functional resources to deliver the required work
  • review and document project scope changes
  • prepare project schedule and client-facing/internal status reports
  • identify risks and issues and escalate, as necessary
  • track and review individual and project team utilisation and revise forecasted hours throughout the duration of the project
  • account manage current clients with ongoing projects
  • log all your time in the company project management system.


What we’re looking for

  • Experience project managing software implementation projects, preferably CRM systems.
  • Previous experience working with or in a not-for-profit organisation or demonstrate an understanding of how not-for-profits operate.
  • Clear understanding of project management methodologies (certification desired).
  • Experience working within a consultancy (desirable).
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work with all levels of management
  • Excellent influencing skills and the ability to bring teams together
  • Great spoken and written communication
  • A team player with the ability to lead
  • Ability to self-manage and work independently
  • IT-savvy


What we can offer

A monthly physical allowance to support wellbeing, remote working, flexible working, in addition to standard pension, holiday allowance and a competitive rate of pay.
Please note that this role would work remotely, but may be required to attend client/staff meetings in person from time to time. We can organise shared office premises, should you wish to work outside of home. We also have a co-work space in Camden, London.
Full-time hours are 37.5 per week. We will also consider part-time candidates.

This is an excellent opportunity to progress your career with an established and innovative company!


To apply

Complete the form below and upload a CV.  For more information on the role contact [email protected].