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Director of Project Management

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South East England 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Director of Project Management
Reference #: 20148_1602081517
Location: South East England
Salary: £70000 - £80000 per annum
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 07/10/2020

Our client is a leading buildings and property consultancy looking to make a strategic hire of a Project Management Director to join the team in Oxford. To be successful in the role you will need an exceptional track record of dealing with a wide range of corporate real estate matters and delivery of project management services for numerous clients.

You will be joining a successful and growing team working alongside business directors and taking the lead on the development of the business and cross-selling opportunities.

The successful Project Management Director will have a proven track record delivering a range of project types from new builds, fit outs and refurbishments to strategic project consultancy for the duration of the project life cycle. As a Director in the business you will build upon and maintain existing contacts and clients whilst playing an active role in developing new business.

If you are a RICS qualified Project Manager with business development experience and an interest in taking on a new strategic level role call Dominic on 020 7960 2551.

 
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