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Assistant Project Manager

You must have worked for a UK based consultancy to be considered for this role.

About the Company

A specialist building consultancy are seeking an Assistant Project Manager to work alongside the existing team, to deliver diverse and cutting-edge projects within the North West.

Having won a number of big long-term contracts and with further growth expected, this is an ideal time to join the team.

People are at the heart of this company, with a close knit team, they are seeking a like-minded individual. The firm operate in several sectors, offering a range of construction services to some high-profile clients. Their expanding business offers full support in terms of APC training, as well as genuine career opportunities.

About the Role

You will be based in Manchester, but will travel to site as necessary. You will be working on a wide variety of projects, including retail, offices, residential and public buildings.

This is an excellent opportunity for an Assistant Project Manager, who is working towards their APC, to progress their career, achieve chartership and move up the career ladder.

As the Assistant Project Manager you will support the management of strategic planning conditions and procurement and support the project team in the delivery of the client's requirements from inception to completion, including feasibility, on projects ranging in value.

The Person

As the Assistant Project Manager, you will be working alongside Senior Project Managers as well as handling lower scale projects of your own. The successful Assitant Project Manager will be working towards gaining relevant accreditations. (MRICS)

You will have:

  • Strong construction background, working towards RICS qualifications
  • Strong communications skills, both verbal and written
  • Degree educated (preferable RICS accredited) - essential
  • A full driving licence

About You

You will have at least  2 years of experience working as a Project Manager and will have a degree (or similar) in Project Management, Construction Management or other related subject.  

About the Money

This role gives you the chance to join a growing company that will develop you towards becoming Chartered. There is a salary of £30k - £35k, along with 25 days holiday and a bonus.