Project Manager - Commercial - Development

  • Job Reference: CW 857754
  • Date Posted: 31 May 2017
  • Recruiter: Beach Baker Property Recruitment
  • Location: London
  • Salary: £40,000 to £50,000
  • Sector: Project Management
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Job Title: Project Manager - Development

Location: London (Central)

Salary: £40,000 - £55,000 (dependent on experience).

Our client, a dynamic partner-led property consultancy, is looking for a Project Manager to join their office based in Central London. They deliver Project Management and Cost Management whilst also offering Employer's Agent, Programme Management and Fund Monitoring services.

This an exciting opportunity to join a young and dynamic consultancy during a period of growth, which offer services across a number of sectors including Commercial, Residential, Luxury Residential Student Residential, Hotels, Education and Corporate End Users.

As Project Manager you will get involved in some lucrative projects ranging in value from £2 million to £100 million. You will advise on budgets, master programmes and delivery strategies for developments at inception stage, as well as providing effective and strategic leadership to internal and external project teams.

It is essential that you have experience dealing with Developer's in the past within a previous Consultancy role. You will ideally be MRICS qualified or a similar qualification, however this is not essential. The successful candidate will ideally have a minimum of 1 years experience within a consultancy and experience in delivering consultancy projects.

With a very competitive salary and performance related bonus are on offer, you will be joining a firm which will support your structured career path, provide training and assist in your growth as an individual.

To apply for this please email your CV to craig@beachbaker.co.uk with your contact details or alternatively call 0207 534 0208 quoting job reference CW/848322.

I aim to get back to all applications, however; if you have not received a response within 4-5 working days, please assume your application has been unsuccessful this time round. I will confidentially retain your details and inform you of any other suitable opportunities arising should you not be successful in this role.