Job title: Cost Manager
Location: Central London
Salary: Up to £60K + 30% Bonus + Benefits
I am working exclusively with one of the fastest growing real estate consultancies to acquire an experienced, adaptable Cost Manager with a strong background in the residential sector. The organisation is rapidly expanding and as they grow, they plan on taking advantage of and encouraging the personal development of their current employees, bringing in junior hires and internally promoting. The decision to do this has led to an invigorated, motivated group of individuals and creates a structure which recognises rising stars and performers. The growth of the company has extended their expertise across all sectors, including residential, commercial and leisure.
You, as the successful candidate with be joining an established Cost Management team as a residential specialist. The company have various Principle Accounts, each with their own clients and projects which they manage, so the role will not be sector specific due to project variations. The organisation appreciates and encourages flexible and smart working. The role will be extremely diverse; however, the principle work will centre around high-end residential new build on existing sites in and around London and the UK wide.
The company culture is fast paced and requires an individual who is determined, self-motivated and hit the ground running. Furthermore, you would ideally be:
- MRICS Quantity Surveyor
- Experience working within similar role at a cost consultancy - UK, residential & hotels sector experience preferable.
- Personable, client-facing & well-presented.
- Interested in working for a small team within a bigger business
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Eligible to work in the UK.
If you are driven, delivery focused and want to become an integral part of a flexible well-established consultancy in a dynamic and motivated team please be in contact for a confidential conversation regarding the way forward.
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