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Associate Project Manager

Employer
AJP Recruitment
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
24 Apr 2024

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Sector
Consultancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Function
Project Manager
Associate Project Manager - Built Environment

Location: UK-London

Overview:
Join a thriving London Project Management Team within an award-winning multi-disciplinary consultancy. We're on the lookout for a dedicated Associate Project Manager eager to advance their career. As part of our client's dynamic London office and alongside their established 200+ project management team nationwide, you'll contribute to diverse and exciting projects for esteemed clients.

Responsibilities:
As an Associate Project Manager, you will:
  • Lead projects from inception to closeout, managing programmes and portfolios.
  • Oversee project delivery across various sectors and project stages.
  • Champion Health and Safety arrangements for projects.
  • Manage multidisciplinary teams of internal and external design consultants.
  • Facilitate effective stakeholder engagement and communication.
  • Foster client relationships and identify new opportunities.
  • Develop detailed client briefs and consultant responsibilities.
  • Coordinate planning consents and statutory approvals.
  • Prepare and maintain project programmes, monitoring progress.
  • Manage project finances, including budgeting and resourcing.
  • Lead the design team, focusing on risk and value management.
  • Evaluate tenders, appoint contractors, and oversee construction works.
  • Administer building contracts and chair project meetings.
  • Provide regular reports to clients on project progress.
Qualifications:
To thrive in this role, you should have:
  • Extensive consultancy design and construction project management experience.
  • Proven ability to lead successful project delivery and manage client relationships.
  • Excellent communication and problem-solving skills.
  • Proficiency in MS Office and project scheduling software.
  • Ideally, experience in sectors such as higher education, heritage, or life sciences.
  • A degree or equivalent qualification, with progress towards professional accreditation.
  • Additional qualifications such as MRICS, MCIOB, APMP, or PRINCE2 are desirable.
What's in it for you?
We offer a supportive and inclusive work environment focused on your total well-being, including:
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Generous holiday allowance and volunteering opportunities.
  • Comprehensive well-being support covering financial, physical, and mental health.
  • Flexible hybrid working arrangements.
  • Tailored career development and mentoring opportunities.

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