Construction Project Manager

Wimbledon Village
45K - 50K + training, depending upon experience
03 Oct 2018
31 Oct 2018
Contract Type
Full Time





A new construction division is to be created as part of a successful property development company in both Surrey & London.


They are looking for someone with at least 5 years proven project management expertise within project delivery, ideally from a building surveyor or quantity surveyor background, that can bring experience in both site and contracts management to the table. The role will be based in the site office of one of the ongoing projects in London SW19, with an occasional need to travel to other sites within range.


The company is looking to grow its portfolio of construction projects, and is looking for a motivated candidate with leadership qualities that has the ability to ensure the project delivery stays on track.


Role Responsibilities :


  • Manage the planning/delivery of all construction projects on time and within budget - track record.


    Material management and equipment management


    Scheduling, time planning and deadline-setting


    Ensure that all CDM regulations are met


    Quality control throughout a project lifecycle, including during fit-out.


    Budget management and cost control


    Establishing and maintaining relations with vendors


    Undertaking Contract management (JCT) and administration


    Monitor and report on the contractors progress


    Development of project documentation, programmes, master budget, risk register


Candidate Specification :


  • At least 5 years proven project management expertise or within a construction delivery role


    At least 10+ years in the construction industry


    Must have a thorough understanding of the project lifecycle


    Excellent communication skills


    Flawless attention to detail


    A naturally-critical, problem-solving persona


    Good IT skillset in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project or similar, and web skills.


    Ideally holds a CSCS & CISRS card, or prepared to go on a training course