My client is an well known multi disciplinary property and construction consultancy. Due to an ever-expanding workload my client is looking to add to their successful Project Management team with the appointment of an Associate Director to their Edinburgh office. Responsibilities of the Associate Director Providing critical technical and cost/commercial advice to customers in a range of sectorsTake responsibility for project success by providing leadership and direction to the team, managing design teams, effectively communicating with all stakeholders, identifying and managing risks, planning and progress monitoring, and developing suitable project controls.Leadership of tender documents, assessments, and negotiationsMonitoring and controlling changes / variations upon client approvalManaging major client accounts and generating new revenue through sustained growth and referrals, including cross-selling possibilitiesRegular reporting to important stakeholders such as internal teams, assigned technical partners, and the clientLine management tasks are handled efficiently, and the project management team is effectively led.Make a contribution to the strategic and operational managementComplete adherence to all policies, legislation, rules, and procedures Requirements of the Associate Director Full member of an appropriate professional institution (CIOB, APM, RICS)Pre Contract knowledge is essential with a solid understanding of NECTrack record of delivering or advising on complex construction and development works On offer A salary of £70,000 - £75,000 depending on experienceComprehensive benefits package including private healthcare and market leading pensionAutonomy within the role when dealing with clients/projects What happens next? On receipt of your application our dedicated Surveying and Project Management recruiter, Rees Allan, will contact you to discuss this opportunity in full detail. Rees will disclose the name of our client to you prior to sending your CV to this, or any other company we are working with.