Project Manager Commercial and Residential Sectors

Munro Consulting
04 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Munro have an opportunity for a Project Manager, 2 years post qualified experience, to work for a leading Construction Company that builds in the Commercial and Residential sectors. As the Project Manager you will be working alongside Senior Project Managers and Directors as well as handling high-end projects of your own. Your responsibilities will include. To manage the resources on the project on a day to day basis and to report any staff issues as appropriate. Manage project commercial issues and cost reporting (WIP). To identify the client's requirements and ensure we deliver these requirements to the client's satisfaction. Represent the company on any internal or external issues. Prepare detailed plans and procedures to administer the project and ensure the project team are familiar with, and follow these guidelines. To ensure all project reporting is provided upstream and downstream in a timely manner. Regularly audit the project to ensure compliance. Communicate with the project team regularly on project specific matters and company initiatives. To ensure the project cash flow is positive throughout the life of the project. To manage procurement and achieve best value for the contract Identify all risks and manage actions and implementation to mitigate such risks. Be aware of the business continuity plan for the part of the business you work in. The successful Project Manager will require; The Ability to communicate and delegate at all levels. The Ability to provide leadership for the project team. Be a team player with a flexible and adaptable approach Have a sound understanding of current company and legislative Health and Safety, Environmental impacts and Risk Assessment Procedures. Experience in project management and or professional qualifications. Be able to provide both summarised and detailed reports. For More information Contact Paul on 07920653712 or send across an updated CV This job was originally posted as