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Project Director / Business Unit Leader - Education Sector., Sydney, Cgc Recruitment

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Project Director / Business Unit Leader - Education Sector., Sydney, Cgc Recruitment
Australia, Sydney, Sydney,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Project director / business unit leader - education sector.


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Project Director / Business Unit Leader - Education sector.
Extremely progressive role managing an existing team of PM's.
Existing projects and pipeline within the Education sector.
Ideal for an experienced SPM or PD looking to step up.
An exciting and RARE opportunity has been created in one of Australia's most progressive and in demand businesses for a Business Unit Leader who has extensive experience in the educational sector to run, manage and develop an existing business unit.
Due to the dynamic and progressive nature of this company, and their Client list who always returns to them for the more "tricky" job, these guys have a pipeline which most consultancies can only dream of! This business have an excellent reputation for deliver truly groundbreaking projects which makes the average day to day role of a project manager different and exciting.
You must have a can do and proactive temperament to be successful in this role and company a CV and experience that can demonstrate the following is very important too...
You will have completed a Bachelor of Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or a related Construction Qualification
Experience in delivering large scale projects - schools or universities.
You will have a minimum of 10 years-experience as a Project Manager.
Experience of being the sole PM on small to large projects.
Construction / Design project experience would be highly regarded
Strong stakeholder and client management
Strong contractor management
You will have a strong commercial acumen.
You will be a great communicator and have strong negotiating skills.
Ability to work across multiple projects at any one time
You will be rewarded with:
An exceptional market leading salary.
10-20% of the profits made from any business bought in.
A share of the company profits at the end of the year.
Due to the unique nature of this company, I would advise that you call me as soon as possible to discuss this position. Apply Now - or - Ansøg med Indeed

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