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Associate Project Manager

  • Kingsley
  • £50,000 - £60,000
Company: Kingsley
Salary: £55,000 – £65,000 + benefits
Location: Liverpool
Web: www.kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk
Contact Name: Caroline Kingsley
Email: caroline@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk
Telephone: 01613939889
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

The Role

Against this exciting backdrop, and given the ongoing increase in the organisation’s geographical coverage, this diverse and fast paced consultancy are seeking to appoint either a Senior or an Associate level Project Manager to join the Liverpool team.

You will be joining the office at an exciting time, as this will allow you establish a new Project Management team, whilst being fully supported and surrounded by professionals within other disciplines, such as Quantity Surveying and Health & Safety.

About you;

You will possess the highest standards in terms of work ethics and client care. You will have worked across a range of sectors, such as, health, education, residential, commercial and leisure. You will have experience of managing and co-ordinating a team, as well as being able to communicate effectively.

This firm enjoys a collaborative approach, you will therefore be personable, diplomatic and highly organised.

You will have a degree in Construction Management or similar.

In Return;

You will receive a generous benefits and rewards package, along with clear progression and development. The role offers variety, with a diverse client base, so you will not be trapped within just one sector, you will also have the opportunity to shape and build a team around you, whilst receiving full support.

For further details on this opportunity and the key criteria, email caroline@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk  or call her on 0151 242 1630  or 07768 381 831.

To apply for this job email your details to hello@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk

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