Property Partners Recruitment has over 35 years’ specialist experience across permanent and temporary recruitment and executive search. We regularly place candidates in construction project manager jobs for leading companies across the South of England.
In addition to our expert recruitment services, we support clients and candidates across Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Sussex, Bristol, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Kent, and London with:
- Job Profiling
- Career Advice
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- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Salary & Benefits Advice & Benchmarking
- CV Writing Advice and Interview Guidance and Preparation
- Offer and Counteroffer Management
- Resignation counselling, and Negotiation Advice
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Construction Project Manager Responsibilities
Construction Project Managers are responsible for planning, managing and completing projects based on detailed client briefs. Throughout the project, a Project manager will be in charge of progress meetings, managing and supervising contractors, and monitoring costs and timeframes. It is also often the Project Manager’s responsibility to manage the post-completion phase of a project.
Typically, when recruiting for Project Managers, we will be looking for a mixture of the following skills and experience:
- Project planning, scheduling timeframes, and implementation
- Identifying the scope, goals and constraints of projects
- Managing and coordinating project staff and contractors
- Quality assurance and risk assessment
- Resource and budget planning, and meeting set objectives
- Administrative / tracking / reporting skills
- Managing client relationships
- Evaluating projects
- Measuring results
Typical Construction Project Manager Salary in the UK
Construction Project Manager salaries vary greatly, with starting salaries ranging between £20-30,000. Fully qualified and experienced Project Managers can expect salaries of over £70,000 but this does of course depend on the company making the offer, and the location of the business.
If you would like to discuss salary trends, or your salary expectations with us, please get in touch today. We closely monitor salaries per county and industry as part of our advisor role to clients.
Are Construction Project Managers in High Demand?
The construction industry is booming, and as a result Construction Project Managers are in demand across the board – even more so if they are Chartered, and come from a QS or BS background. If you’re looking for a new Construction Project Manager role, or your team needs additional skills and strengths, reach out to us today.
Is Construction Project Management a Good Career?
Construction Project Management is a great career choice. There is promising career development and the salaries are often very competitive. However – the skills required to be a successful Project Manager don’t come naturally to everyone, so it’s worth considering whether this is the right path for you. If you have good leadership, communication, management, planning and problem-solving skills then the likelihood is you’ll make a great Project Manager.
How to Become a Construction Project Manager
Most of our clients and hiring managers will be looking for a foundation degree or a degree in a relevant area such as architecture, civil engineering, construction or building engineering, as well as significant hands-on site based experience in the industry. To become a Senior Project Manager, you will need to be chartered through RICS, CIOB or APM.