Assistant Project Manager / Development Manager

  • Kingsley Recruitment
  • £40,000 – £50,000
Company: Kingsley Recruitment
Salary: c.£45,000 - £50,000 plus benefits
Location: North West
Contact Name: Caroline Kingsley
Telephone: 07768381831
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere


The role

A rare and exciting opportunity exists for a client-side Project Manager to join a highly successful development company, based in the North West.

The successful Project Manager will currently be working for a consultancy or client-side organisation. You will have experience of running multiple projects, ranging in value. You’ll also be able to lead, communicate at all levels, and work closely with the firm’s directors, as well as external consultants and contractors.

The company

My client is a highly successful, ambitious development company, located in the North West, which is currently undertaking some exciting, new, mixed-use projects.

The person

As the successful client-side Project Manager in the North West, you will:

  • Have a degree in Quantity Surveying, Project Management, or similar
  • Possess at least two years’ experience, working within a development or consultancy arena
  • Have experience of running private sector, commercial projects
  • Be highly articulate and able to communicate at all levels
  • Show ambition and drive

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Project Manager or Quantity Surveyor in the North West to expand upon their skills in a client-side role, with a competitive salary available based on your surveying background.

To discuss this role in complete confidence, please contact Caroline Kingsley on 07768 381 831. Alternatively, please email a copy of your latest CV to For more client-side Project Manager jobs, get in touch with Kingsley today.

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