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Reference #: 19801_1699894528
Location: London
Salary: £30000 - £40000 per annum
Benefits: plus benefits
Sector: Construction & Property
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 13/11/2023

An Assistant Project Manager is required for a leading Property Consultancy firm in London, where you will be provided with the training, mentoring and support needed to be become Chartered.

You will be working with an experienced team of professionals and get exposure on interesting and complex projects. The team has a very positive and inclusive culture and is friendly and sociable.

Main Duties

  • This role is based full-time in London, and you will be working with a variation of projects across Commercial, Residential or mixed use, offices and industrial property.
  • Capture and monitor project risks and key performance indicators.
  • Assist the project management team in preparing reports and to manage projected fee billing.
  • Ensure project work meets all relevant technical and professional standards on a consistent basis.
  • Give input and guidance into the technical nature of the work and the appropriate approach to be taken to deliver the technical output.
  • Ensure that the scope of services is met, including regular site visits, chairing project meetings, producing detailed minutes etc.

Skills & Experience required

  • Ideally working towards Chartership from a relevant institution APM, RICS, CIOB or ICE
  • Will need 12 months plus experience in a similar role within the private sector.
  • Experience in managing multiple projects
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to liaise with peers and senior colleagues, build, and maintain relationships.

They offer a competitive salary of up to £40,000, (dependent on experience), and a great benefits package together with exciting career prospects and progression.

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