Project Manager – Somerset

Posted By: Kevin Wright
Salary:
Location: Somerset
Job Type: Permanent
Category: Office & Professional, Project Manager

Central Employment is looking for a Project Manager for a retail interior design and manufacturing company providing shop fixtures and displays to some of the UK’s largest retailers. As a business we are expanding across several departments and we are now looking for Project Managers to join the team.

With an expected 80% office based and 20% site based split our Project Managers will predominately be working from our Head Office with occasional site visits for client meetings during site installations. You will need previous Project Management experience and be used to working in a fast-paced environment. You will work closely with in house designers, clients and contractors in order to deliver projects quickly & efficiently.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Liaising with Procurement Department to place supplier orders.
  • Liaising with Contracts Managers to agree installation and delivery programmes.
  • Attending regular site meetings
  • Coordinating with various in-house teams (design, artwork, production etc).
  • Liaising with the client, Architect, and various other contractors.
  • Ensuring the project is running on time, on budget and to a high standard.

 

Must Haves:

  • Good communication. Both verbally and written.
  • Good organisation is required as Project Managers may need to run multiple projects at once. They can often be large scale and complex.
  • The ability to solve problems and make quick informed decisions.
  • Comfortable working both independently and as part of a team.
  • Good IT skills.
  • The ability to work well under pressure.
  • Ability to travel on occasions. Full Driving License required.

Salary £40k to £45k depending on experience

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