Project Manager

Contact Jack Whelan
  • Salary: 50,000 - 65,000
  • Location: IrelandMunsterCork
  • Sector: Construction & Civils

Our client, a reputable contractor, is looking to add a Project Manager to their team based in Co Cork. Previous as a project manager is a necessity. A proven track record of delivering residential projects would be very advantageous. The company in question is seeking to hire new staff due to a very busy book of business they have recently acquired. The position is permanent and a generous package is available in order to attract high calibre staff.


  • Co-ordinating and managing all subcontractors, trades and labour.
  • Ensuring all subcontractors, trades and labour have adequate resources to complete works according to a tight schedule
  • Ensure all finishes/fit-out work is completed to an acceptable quality standard in compliance with specifications
  • Ensuring that all work is carried out to the highest health and safety standards and are in line with service level agreements
  • Liaising with local authorities in a proper manner
  • Attending weekly site meetings and implementing daily and weekly plans to ensure works are carried out according to agreed timelines


  • Must have a trade/engineering/construction qualification
  • A proven background in overseeing and delivering high quality building finishes, preferably on residential sites
  • Experienced in working in a fast paced and pressured environment adhering to strict deadlines and budgets
  • Possess excellent communication, presentation and writing skills
  • Will have excellent organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Must be fully IT literate

To apply please email your CV to or apply directly through Indeed

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