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Associate Director - Development Monitor - Manchester

Macdonald & Company
£55000 - £65000 per annum, Benefits: + car + bonus
Closing date
16 Apr 2021

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A leading building consultancy is looking for a Development/Fund Monitor to join their Manchester office. You would be advising real estate stakeholders like funders, investors, occupiers and joint venture partners on their interests in development schemes. You'd cover the whole gamut of sectors on developments from anywhere up to £500m in value, helping your clients make investments wisely.
You'll ideally have some experience in advising on funds and developments already, though you don't need to be from a particular construction background nor chartered yet, just as long as you do have a property background and some related experience.
You'd be joining a great team of surveyors who work well together and make you feel welcome from day one.
If you're interested in more information and a job spec, apply to this advert or call Ed Collins on 0161 607 5084.


Macdonald & Company is the leading professional recruitment consultancy for the real estate and built environment sectors globally. Established in 1994 and headquartered in the UK, we apply local knowledge with true global connection through our offices in Europe, Asia, Middle East, USA and Africa.

Our specialist teams act for every class  of organisation owning, occupying, investing, financing or advising on real estate – developers, investors, institutions, funds, banks & advisors. We are the preferred recruitment partner of RICS - the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. 

Macdonald & Company is a subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange quoted Prime People Plc.

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