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Assistant Project Manager - Central London - £25,000 - £35,000 per year - Permanent

Assistant Project Manager - Central London - £25,000 - £35,000 per year - Permanent 

We have a new opportunity for an Assistant Project Manager to join a great Central London Project Management and Development advisory firm who provide advice to occupiers, developers and institutional investors. 

The client has an exceptional record of developing people's careers and helping them to attain their chartership, in both MRICS and MCIOB. You get a lot of client-facing opportunities and mentorship from senior members of the company. They are open on the background and place a lot of emphasis on personality and desire to learn, plus a good Education and work experience. 
The main sectors that they work in are Logistics, Residential, BTR, Student Accommodation across the UK, with some exceptionally large, well-known sites. 

Assistant Project Manager requirements:

  • Degree educated in a relevant subject, such as Quantity Surveying, Project Management or Engineering, ideally MRICS or MCIOB accredited. 
  • To support business objectives of delivering value for money in all circumstances
  • Assist with established procurement/ commercial/ contractual strategies
  • Take personal responsibility for complying with Environmental, Health, Safety, Security and Quality Standards
  • Assist with management and preparation of key stage reports from feasibility through to completion and post-handover
  • Management of meetings, taking and preparation of minutes
  • Preparation of project programmes
  • Assist with progress reports and presentation at monthly client meetings
  • Work on various projects across different sectors
  • Preparation and management of contract documents
  • Management of multi-disciplinary project teams
  • Develop a working knowledge of various forms of building contracts
  • Administering building contracts
  • Networking and company representation

This is a great opportunity for a Project Manager or someone wanting to transfer from Quantity Surveying, Engineering, Architecture or more to become a Chartered Project Manager in the coming years.

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