Senior Project / Fund Monitor

7 days left

TED Recruitment
01 Mar 2018
29 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Description


I am now seeking a Senior Fund / Project Monitor for a firm of specialist consultants to join their office in central London.

You will be an MRICS qualified Building Surveyor, Quantity Surveyor or Project Manager from recently chartered level and have an interest in getting in to the role of Fund / Project Monitor. The ideal candidate will have already gained some experience of the monitoring role.

You will become involved in working closely with many financial institutions on a wide variety of construction projects across many sectors.

Duties will include risk management, report writing, due diligence and clint advisory services.


My client is a successful firm of construction consultants with four UK offices providing montoring services for banks, financial institutions and developers.

They work on construction projects across most sectors including hotels, offices, industrial buildings, residential, mixed use, regeneration, infrastructure, healthcare etc.

Projects they are involved with are generally valued from GBP5m to the current largest being GBP800m.


You will be a an MRICS qualified Building Surveyor or Quantity Surveyor or Project Manager and ideally have some monitoring experience.

Training and support will be given as required.

You will need a good eye for detail and have a good understanding of the construction process.

You are likely to be from a couple of years PQE upwards.

Great prospects for an ambitious candidate as this specialist firm is expanding.

My client will pay in the region of GBP50000 to GBP65000 negotiable plus bonus generally from 10-12% of salary plus pension, health care, life assurance and professional fees.

Please either email me your c.v. via this website or give me, Denise Neville a call on for an informal and confidential discussion.

PLEASE NOTE:- We will not send out your c.v. prior to discussing with you about your experience, your requirements for a new position, along with discussing our client and the role with you.