Project Manager – Sociotech For Good

We are seeking a Project Manager to join the Sociotech for Good business unit. You will work on some of our most important contracts funded by the public sector in domains related to justice, human rights, climate change and security. This is a broad and rewarding role.

This is both an internally facing and client-facing role: you will be interfacing between our researchers, product development team (including data scientists and engineers) and our clients/users to ensure contract are managed to the highest level.

Please note: This role may require enhanced police and security vetting, which requires a minimum of 3 years UK residence, a criminal records check, and a right to work (RTW) in the UK check. Please ensure you meet the residence requirement prior to applying.

Specific Job Responsibilities:
  • Oversee full life cycle of projects according to contract parameters. This includes tracking delivery schedules, ensuring proper quality assurance, managing changes in work scope, setting up project meetings.
  • Working closely with in-house staff to ensure proper allocation of resources based on deadlines and priorities set by the client/contract.
  • Serve as a liaison between project staff, and the client during the life cycle of a project.
  • Ensure that the correct methods and resources are used to successfully implement and deliver project requirements on time, on budget, and to the highest quality standards.
  • User engagement and communications: act as an internal liaison to enhance the flow of communication between Trilateral’s staff (including product development, product strategy, marketing, and research teams) and the client/user.
  • Support business development (tender and grant writing) in the space of Sociotech for Good.
  • Experience of contract management.
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Project management certification or relevant years’ experience
  • Demonstrable interest in, and understanding of, using ethical AI for delivering social good.
  • Effective time management and prioritisation skills, with the ability to manage a varied workload at pace.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Highly Desirable

  • Creative thinker, industrious and diligent in everything you do.
  • Experience of working across multiple teams.
  • Knowledge and competence in identifying and helping manage project risks.
  • Proven experience of managing budgets.
  • Experience in successfully applying agile principles, tools, and methods.
  • Experience working with the UK public sector, especially in/around policing, justice, defence.


Location: This position is open to candidates based in the UK (flexible working offered – London

Office + Home-based/Remote)

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Hours: Full time

Contract Type: Fixed Term or Permanent

In return, you get:
  • A competitive salary
  • Flexible working hours / remote working options
  • Competitive pension scheme
  • A positive and supportive environment in an ambitious and growing company
  • Opportunity to work with top-tier public sector clients

To Apply please submit both your CV and a cover letter linking your experience to our requirements in order to have your application considered. References will be required prior to appointment. We will process applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled, hence we suggest to apply early.

At Trilateral Research, we value privacy and data protection rights. We have a longstanding data protection culture and promote robust ethical standards in data management and research ethics. Please read our Privacy Notice in relation to our recruitment activities before submitting your application to work with us.

For any questions about this vacancy please email .

Trilateral Research is a UK and IE-based enterprise, founded in 2004. We provide ethical AI software solutions for tackling complex social problems in the public sector.

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