Project Manager (Construction)

Recruiter
Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd
Location
Bedford
Salary
£30000 - £50000 per annum + Car + Benefits
Posted
15 Jul 2017
Expires
19 Jul 2017
Sector
Engineering
Project Manager (Construction) £30,000 - £50,000 Progression Car Benefits Site based, ideally located anywhere between Lincolnshire, Bedfordshire and London Are you a Project Manager looking to work for a leading construction services provider, where you will manage multi-million pound projects, earn an industry leading salary and play an integral role in an ambitious and rapidly expanding business? You will be the go-to Manager responsible for planning projects, arranging materials, organising labour and liaising with the client to ensure timescales are achieved. With experience in the construction industry, you will cater for a variety of clients within food and beverage sectors. The company are leading manufacturers of a variety of construction services for the food industry. Year on year they have established themselves as a market leader, working with blue chip companies across a number of industries. Coupled with recent expansion plans, they are well known for an on-going development in their staff and an exceptional level of quality and service. This role would suit a Project Manager with experience in the construction industry, who is looking to try something new and move in a challenging and exciting role within the food industry. THE ROLE Managing a variety of projects from anything between £100 - £multimillion Sourcing materials, arranging labour and seeing projects through to completion THE PERSON Previously worked as a Project Manager or similar Construction industry experience Project Manager, Construction, Food, Manufacturing, Mechanical, Electrical, HVAC, Catering, Services, Facilities, Site Manager, Project Engineer, Stamford, Bedford, Peterborough, Cambridge, Grantham, Kettering, Northampton, Luton, Milton Keynes, Watford This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/75035360

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