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11 Merrion Square,
Tel: +353 1 690 9724
Entered: 22 July 2018
Azon is working with a tier one large main contractor whom are about to commence a prestigious project in Cork City. Our client has an excellent reputation in the Irish and international markets.
This company has continued to grow in a sustainable way over the last number of years working with blue chip organisations across a range of sectors including pharma, biotech, healthcare, microelectronics, data centres, commercial space and others.
You will enjoy the benefits of a development focused business which supports career progression through education, close mentorship, real responsibility and the opportunity to gain international experience if you wish.
This company is also conscious of staff health and wellbeing and conducts monthly workshops with health industry professional to help educate and support its staff in this area.
Our client is looking for a Project Manager to work on one of the structural and building projects in Cork city/ surrounding areas.
Job Summary + Purpose
Our client is looking for a Project Manager with previous commercial building experience for a prestigious project due to start in the Cork city area.
As Project Manager you will be responsible for organising and directing the project team throughout the course of the project.
The most important requirement is that you have experience in managing projects in the commercial and industrial sectors and have delivered project(s) valued in the region of €20 - €100 million.
You will likely have a minimum of 5 years' experience at this level and have an engineering background.
Suitable third level Construction qualification; minimum Degree or higher
You will be coming from a tier 1 or 2 main contractor background.
We want to hear from you whether you are actively searching for a new position or are more passively considering.
Please note: If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland e.g. showing your employer a copy of your passport.
If you are a non-EU/EEA national, you will require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland. Information on legislation and guides to the procedures in relation to obtaining Green Card Permits, Work Permits, Spousal/Dependent Permits is available on the Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation website.
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