Programme Manager - Home Counties

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Date Posted:
06 June 2017
Greater London
£45,000 to £55,000
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Job Description

Living in the Home Counties and fed up of the daily commute into London? Want to work closer to home yet not compromise your career? Do you have a track record working for a consultancy with specific focus on delivering construction related projects or a programme manager for Government or Schools? If yes to any or all of the questions please read on…

We are working on an exclusive basis to source a programme manager with this leading consultancy. You will split your time between the London office and their client based in the Home Counties. As programme manager you will work closely with the client in the management of their capital programme with specific focus on the delivery of schools across the county.

The main responsibility of the programme manager is to work in partnership with the client to manage their capital programme relating to schools and ensuring the projects are progressed. You will be responsible for managing project timescales, liaising with the developers to ensure projects. In addition you will provide support to the client in terms of design and construction.

As the suitable candidate you will have a track record of a project manager either focused on schools or working with local authorities. You will also possess contract administration experience with bias toward JCT forms of contract. It is also essential that the incoming programme manager has a track record in development and delivery of capital projects including land assembly and planning issues ideally with specific focus on schools.

If this sounds like you, please apply below or for further information please contact Melanie Pye in confidence on 07530 734 568 or by email 

If you are seeking a career move but this position is not appropriate for you, please browse the other vacancies on our website. We are specialist in Project Management recruitment and have a range of posts available. We also welcome speculative approaches.

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