Permanent position: Our client in Valencia is looking for a Survey Project Manager. You must have your Bachelors in Civil Engineering Planning or Surveying. The ideal candidate will have experience seeing projects through from conception to completion, and managing all aspects of the projects. In this role the PM will manage necessary direction, supervision, coordination and follow-up on the work to ensure quality standards are met, efficiency levels are maintained, and the client satisfaction, respect, and confidence are assured. Local candidates only, there is no relocation assistance offered for this position. Responsibilities for the Project Manager
Requirements for the Project Manager
- Identify new projects with existing clients and work to develop a positive reputation to encourage referrals.
- Have regular communication with clients by calls, meetings, written reports to communicate progress, resolve issues, and assure client satisfaction with completed work.
- Prepare cost estimates, conduct contract negotiations, prepare work plans, set schedules, establish budgets and see project through from conception to completion.
- B.S. degree in civil engineering, surveying, or planning.
- Strong knowledge of project management methods, contract management, project scheduling and reporting, budget control, proposal writing, communications and human resources management.
- Excellent computer skills specifically with programs for budgeting and scheduling, CAD design and drafting.
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