My client, a small dynamic firm of construction consultants seeks an ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER to join them in LONDON to work on a range of private sector projects generally valued from £500K to around £100m.
Projects include new build residential, commercial offices, cut & carve, plus commercial extensions, refurbishment and more across London and the South East.
You will carry out the full range of project management duties throughout all stages of the projects from feasibility, acquisition, design, construction, handover etc.
You will work with a Senior or Associate project manager who will also encourage you to work towards becoming chartered with the RICS.
This firm offers great prospects for future promotion.
My client is a small dynamic firm of construction project management consultants mainly working on private sector projects in and around London.
You will need to have a BSc or BSc Hons or Diploma in Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying, Construction Project Management, Engineering, Architecture or another construction / built environment subject.
You may are likely to have started working towards becoming RICS or similarly qualified.
You will need to have one to two years of more relevant project management or similar construction industry experience ideally gained with another firm of construction consultants or work client-side.
You will becoming involved in all aspects of construction projects representing the client from feasibility, through acquisition, design, construction and handover.
You will be keen to carve out a career with a growing firm of construction consultants, be able to run your own projects and be the main contact for clients.
You will need to have a stable work record along with excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Salary will be in the region of £30000 to £40000 depending on your experience and there are a number of benefits including pension contribution, health insurance etc.
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