Our client is a leading Property and Construction Consultancy based in the City of London who are actively recruiting for a Project Manager or Senior Project Manager ( will also consider Associate Director level ) who must have Aviation or Airports Construction Delivery experience.
This patricular client has been very resilient during these last few months whereby they are still confident in the market to the degree that they have instructed Randstad to continue in the search for a Project Manager or Senior Project Manager with Aviation or Airports experience.
The project in mind is not something you will be aware of however it is the refurbishment of an existing airport and conversion of it to become useable again. This really is a milestone Aviation project which will be ongoing for a minimum of 3 years. Designers are already onboard and now the team is being assembled.
In order to be considered for this unique opportunity the client has specified that you must have aviation or airports construction experience as well as have come from a Consultancy background so you can effectively hit the ground running. The first 12 months will be heavily Civils bias therefore your should have construction experience in Infrastructure as a new runway will need to be built.
Due to the specialist nature of this project ( Aviation ) our client would consider application from those have a civil or engineering background.
If you are interested in or know of a Project Manager or Senior Project Manager with Aviation experience who would be interested please contact Ather Asghar or call: 020 3680 0640
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