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Our Project Managers are the driving force in a dynamic, fast-moving industry: the successful candidate will play a pivotal role in helping deliver world-class software that improves lives in many sectors.

Working as the conduit between our clients and our cross-functional teams of developers, analysts, testers and designers, you’ll be a vital facilitator and communicator, leading and shaping the delivery of digital projects and services from day one.

Your previous experience in a software environment will be valued and respected by your colleagues as you collaborate on evolving agile and waterfall projects, embracing the latest tools and techniques and helping to motivate others and remove obstacles to progress.

If you’re excited by the thought of leading in a rapidly changing environment and you thrive on helping solve business challenges for high-profile national and international clients, then you could be just the person we’re looking for.

Where you fit in

What we'd like you to bring


Next steps

Once the role has closed, we will be in touch with you to advise of the next steps and if you are successful we will invite you for an interview.

If you would like more information about the role, please email [email protected]

What our people are up to

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Nurturing our home grown talent

Georgia Vernon, who joined us whilst still studying for her A Levels, explains how she found the career she loves at PDMS. We are very keen to support the development of our home grown, local talent and offer work placements, internships and apprenticeships to those studying both locally and at Universities in the UK.

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What I’ve learned and re-learned about PDMS this year

After nearly 20 years at PDMS Joanne Pontee reflects on lessons she has learnt and relearnt about PDMS over the past year. The global pandemic has flipped our lives upside down, but it’s also provided an opportunity to step back and re-evaluate. Find out what discoveries Joanne has made and what she had maybe taken for granted.