Project Manager, Satellite and Mission Simulator Project (NORSS Northern Space and Security)

£40,000 – £50,000 a year – Full-time, Permanent.

Northern Space and Security (NORSS), an innovative and agile UK Space Situational Awareness company, is looking to employ an experienced and proactive Project Manager.

Based in either our Head Office in Alnwick, Northumberland or Sedgefield, County Durham and reporting to the Executive Director, this role is newly created.

The role is to lead and manage a significant project to develop a Satellite and Mission Simulator in collaboration with a partner company based in Australia for an identified customer.

This software-focused project will require dedicated management with the opportunity to extend out into other projects across the company.

As Project Manager your primary responsibility is the successful delivery of the project and software deployment. This involves working in collaboration with the project sponsor and project partner based overseas.

Responsibility will also include working to a defined schedule, the scope of work and managing the budget to ensure the project and software deployment is delivered on time and within budget and meets the standards within the design guidelines.

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