Construction Project Manager

Shefford SG17, UK £36,500 - £41,000 per annum



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Dean Morrissey


01923 696 642

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Are you an experienced Construction Project Manager fed up of the never ending cycle of contracting moving from project to project with no assurances?

Maybe you're based in the Bedfordshire area, and looking to work locally instead of the nightmare commute in and out of London?

Either way, we have a great opportunity to work client side for a buoyant and progressive local authority in the Bedfordshire area, working on developing their existing varied portfolio on schemes with values up to £7million value.

Working solely in the Bedfordshire area, you will be responsible for ensuring these projects are completed to quality, safety, time and financial targets. This will be established by effective project governance, excellent co-ordination with contractors and internal stakeholders and excellent project leadership.

This is an excellent place to work, based in the hear of Bedfordshire with excellent pension and holiday options and the ability for some flexible working.

You will require a driving licence and transport to get to projects. The key thing for this role is to have some experience of project managing construction projects from cradle to grave, including commercial and budget management, CDM knowledge and excellent stakeholder management skills.

If you have a relevant qualification in Construction Management and/or a recognised Project management qualification, this would be desirable, but general demonstrable vocational experience would be sufficient.

We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker.

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