Assistant Project Manager (120 views)

City of London
May 11, 2021


I am seeking an Assistant Project Manager to join my client, a growing and dynamic firm of construction consultants in the City of London.

You will work on office fit outs for occupiers, new build residential apartment blocks, hotels and more.

Projects generally valued from £2m to £30m with some much larger.

You will work on the full run of project management duties from inception to project delivery.


My client is a successful growing firm of construction consultants providing project management and cost management services to private owners, occupiers, developers etc.

The majority of their projects are in the UK around London and the South East, however, they are now also working on some hotel projects across Europe.


You will be an Assistant or Intermediate Project Manager who has a BSc or MSc in Quantity Surveying, Civil / Structural Engineering, Construction Project Management or similar subject and you will be working towards becoming MRICS qualified or you may be recently chartered.

You should be working for another firm of construction consultants or possibly be with a developer and have a stable work record.

You should have excellent communication skills and be keen to work as part of a dynamic team.

You will need some experience of managing all aspects of contract administration, engaging with the client, construction and design teams to move the project forward to a successful completion.

You should have experience of using JCT contracts.

Be able to write formal reports and documents.

Salary is negotiable according to your experience but likely to be in the range of £40000 to £50000 per annum plus pension, fees and discretionary bonus.

Please email a full c.v. to or send via this website or give me, Denise Neville a call for an informal and confidential discussion on +44 20 7613 5555 or +44 20 8368 0025 or mobile +44 7836 350309.

Ref: DNP9079

Salary Range: £40000 - £50000 per annum + Pension, RICS fees, bonus

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