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Project manager

  • Salary: £250 - £300 per day
  • Location: Ashford, Kent
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: VAC-24690
  • Date posted: 12/06/2018
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Job description

Job Title
Project Manager my client would also look at Assistant's looking to take a step up.

Ashford commutable to Maidstone and Tunbridge wells

Day rate
£250 - £300 per day, potential flexiblility

3 month rolling contract

Start Date
Beginning of June

Project Information
Multiple projects

To be suitable for the position you must have
- Understanding of plant
- Construction within rail
- +3 years Rail experience
- Civils background such as piling and station refurbs

Role Information
- Working alongside the commercial team
- Delivering the programmes and dealing with the plant and material take offs
- Overseeing the site manager and liaising with the planner and quantity surveyor

Navartis Ltd is a specialist recruitment company supplying highly skilled technical and management professionals within the global Transportation, Civil Engineering & Utility industries, if you are seeking a new position our recruitment team can locate the opportunity to suit
Hi I'm Kiki, I manage this role
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