I am working with a hospitality group that operate in the premium end of the sector. They've spent the past 12 months investing in multiple improvements across their already impressive portfolio. We're looking for a project manager to join their senior management team.
You have probably been a self-employed main contractor or worked for a large contractor or for a large project management company and now have the desire to work for a smaller group, with a portfolio of commercial properties. There are some extensive development plans for their properties and in addition, these properties undergo almost constant renovation and improvements and therefore need continual refurbishment.
The types of properties are hotels, Spas, restaurants and commercial office space. Therefore, the type of work you carry out will be hugely varied. There is a massive emphasis on quality across the group, so you will be used to working to very high, exacting standards.
Working on operational properties brings added complexities, so you will be used to challenging scheduling which causes minimal disruption to the guest experience.
Your key accountabilities will be to lead the projects across the Midlands (and potentially a bit further afield) - this is from planning stage to completion. You will manage the relationship with external contractors and develop a network of trusted tradespeople to work with.
The salary will depend on your experience, but you are looking at between £40,000 and £50,000. We ideally would like someone on a perm contract, but if you are a consultant or a contractor looking for something slightly longer term, it would definitely be worth having a chat.
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