Principal Project Manager

We’re currently recruiting for a Principle Project Manager for an expanding Construction consultancy in Ipswich.

Being a part of one of the largest multidisciplinary construction consultancies East Anglia comes with its advantages if you’re in construction project management. You have access to not only the best tools and technologies with which to do your job; you also have access to the best people, proposals and projects in the market as well.

Working with a range of clients across the private and public sectors, you will be responsible for the strategic aquisition and management of construction projects and portfolios.

My client is well regarded as a people focused employer who invest heavily into their staff. Having won multiple employer awards, they offer a fantastic well-being package that include dedicated social spaces in their offices, heath & social programs and tailored employee training programs.

As part of the Projects & Portfolios team, you will:

– Lead the Project team, managing direct reports and working collaboratively with colleagues to develop business
– Look at the bigger picture, and assist clients with managing their assets and delivering transactional elements
– Support the Directors by linking effectively and strategically with other areas of the business
– Proactively promote business development through professional and personal networking

For more information on how you can join one of the most successful practices in the region, get in touch with Georgia Wastell at Select Appointments Norwich and Apply NOW!

Job Summary

Job Title Principal Project Manager
Location Ipswich
Job Type Permanent
Salary Negotiable
Last Updated 23/07/2020
Reference SF49206
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