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Project Manager

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  • Salary: £35000 - £45000
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  • Job ID: 00815
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Job Description


Job Title: Project Manager

Location: Birmingham

Salary: £35,000-£45,000 plus Car allowance of £4,500

Job Type: Full Time Perm


Our client is a global professional service provider; making a difference to projects across the property, infrastructure and natural resources sectors.

Due to growth and expansion, they are currently looking for a Project Manager to join their team based in Birmingham to help lead Project Management Commissions- taking responsibility for end-to-end service delivery.

The Project Manager will provide support on major Project Management Commissions as well as ensuring that client objectives are met and projects are delivered on time, within budget whilst ensuring the appropriate quality standards.


Project Managers handle commissions of varying sizes, depending upon the complexity of the project. Typically, projects fall within the £1m to £10m range.  When in a supporting role, the project size may be far greater.


Role Responsibilities


Project management, to include:

  • Helping to establish the overall success criteria for the project, including time, cost, technical and performance parameters
  • Identifying and ensuring that the appropriate line manager is aware of quality, safety, health, and environment issues
  • Establishing effective project governance, processes, and systems to be utilised throughout project
  • Project planning, including producing the detailed project plan
  • Advising upon the procurement of resources
  • Leading and facilitating the overall cross-functional project team
  • Monitoring and applying performance management techniques
  • Managing the change control process
  • Monitoring and advising upon project finances
  • Managing the flow of project information between the team and the client, through regular meetings and written communications
  • Preparing formal project progress and other reports
  • Taking a leading role in interfacing with the client and other consultants, at all project stages


Marketing and business development, to include:

  • Identifying opportunities to develop new business with existing clients and reporting such opportunities to the appropriate line manager
  • Assisting in the production of bid documentation
  • Ensuring that project case study, photograph and project CV files are kept up to date
  • Identifying ways in which project management products and services can be improved and referring ideas to the appropriate line manager


Internal management accountabilities, to include:

  • Knowledge management – Ensuring that key information and learning generated from each project is input into the database
  • Financial management – Ensuring prompt client invoicing and utilising FMS in order to monitor a project’s financial status
  • Process improvement – Identifying ways in which internal systems and processes can be improved and referring ideas to the appropriate line manager


Key Performance Indicators

A Project Manager will in part be judged by the extent to which:

  • Projects are managed to the right quality standards and are completed efficiently, on time and to budget
  • Project delivery meets the client’s objectives and is in line with the conditions of appointment
  • The project team is led effectively
  • Good relationships are developed with clients and members of the cross-functional team
  • Opportunities are identified to develop new business with existing clients
  • The internal financial status of all projects is effectively monitored
  • Key information and data is effectively cascaded and appropriately retained