Experienced, accomplished, and motivated Technical Project Manager leading all aspects of projects including pricing, financial and risk management, reporting, and budgeting. Hosts a diverse skillset in developing and scoping end-to-end technical software projects for government agencies and small to large companies using MS Project and SharePoint.
We have managed concurrent projects with the responsibility for budget requirements and supporting the process of project prioritisation and approval around and the monitoring of budgets between 80K and 350K.
Tiny Acorns Day Nursery is a small privately owned facility, based in South London. They offer all-day care for the under fives. The Nursery caters for full or part time care according to the parents'/guardians' needs, and provides play and educational opportunities as well as basic care of the child.
Inbox Project Management services provided the following support for the Nursery:
- A comprehensive business plan
- Design of a database for both children and staff records
- Completed their Polices and Procedures documentation
- Set-up an accounting system for income/expenditure and salaries
- Integrated their PC equipment, set-up their wireless network and provided support training
Liased with local schools and other organisations to foster good strong community links for the Nursery Tiny Acorns Day Nursery is now a very busy, popular enterprise with a full waiting list, providing a very safe and secure environment for childcare.
When the Family Life Christian Centre (FLCC), a vibrant Church based in South East London intended moving to a 9,000 sq. foot three floored building, which they intended refurbishing into a first class religious and business centre, the Church Committee commissioned Inbox Project Management services to provide a comprehensive business plan.
We provided for the FLCC, a three year corporate plan which included moving into commercial areas of operation, and the plan set out the key programmes and projects to be undertaken. Within the strategic plan, Inbox Project Management services identified three main areas of operations i.e. conferencing facilities, a media centre and nursery provision.
With refurbishment and set up costs of £100K, the FLCC intended realising total sales of around £337K across all three ventures, generating a £43.3K profit within their first year of trading with an additional surplus of £21K from tithe offerings and donations from Church growth as a results of the move.
The comprehensive business plan was used to secure financial funding for the project from a major bank and provided a supplementary briefing note outlining proposed usage and potential revenues streams from the renting of offices located on the second floor at the FLCC new premises.