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Project Manager

  • Location: City of London, London
  • Sector: Building
  • Position: Project Manager
  • Salary: £68500 - £80500 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: SEB-0284_1594824503
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Job description

Position: Project Manager

Salary: £68,500 - 80,500 + Car / Car allowance + Pension + Health

Region: Central London

Industry: Construction

My client is seeking a Project Manager to be based on a super prime residential scheme in central London. The company carry out work across all sectors; however their reputation is strong in the sectors of high-spec residential, hotels and art galleries.

This company offers a good salary and benefits and has a strong forward order book; the business is well respected and has proven sustainable success.

Duties:

  • Proven Project Management experience on a similar sized scheme
  • Comfortable being the main point of contact with the client/sub-contractors on site
  • Responsible for quality of workmanship in all areas on site
  • Responsible for productivity on site
  • Promote a high health & safety awareness throughout the site
  • Relevant administrator to be collated and appropriate site records to be maintained
  • Regular liaison with sub-contractors on site
  • Co-ordination of sub-contractors
  • Control of works on site in conjunction with other members of site management team
  • Control of plant hire and maintenance
  • Commercial awareness and control on site
  • Awareness of programme constraints and driving works to meet targets


Candidate Profile:

  • Construction background
  • Previous experience in a similar role - super prime residential / hotel experience is a must
  • Significant supervisory experience
  • Able to maintain a positive and safe working environment for site based staff

If this sounds like you and you'd like to find out more or be considered for this role then please get in touch. The ideal location for the works would be for a candidate residing in commutable distance to central London.