Design Manager, High End Residential Developer

Location
London
Salary
£60000 - £80000 per annum
Posted
07 Oct 2016
Closes
02 Dec 2016
Ref
941844
Contact
Stephen Glands
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Presently one of the most exciting developers to work for in London.


The Design Manager will be responsible for the management of interior design on large scale luxury residential projects in London. The amount of units will vary from 50 to 200 per development and each property will sell for 2M to 14M. The initial project that the DM would be assigned to is based in a Prime Lnodon site and is a 200 unit conversion of a prominent building in a conservation area.

Key tasks include; interfacing with colleagues in different functions to programme and budget the design; resource planning, interviewing and procuring external consultants, management of the external design teams and the main building contractor; risk management; design input from a client perspective, design reviews, progress meetings, utilisation of technology and ensuring that the design meets all statutory and legal obligations.

The company is very well funded and has significant plans, particularly for the UK residential market. In addition to the current project workload, they expect to confirm another three to four major projects by the end of the year.

An exceptionally exciting role with great prospects.

The company takes an intelligent approach to its work and is looking for candidates with higher education qualifications and ideally more than one language. Candidates must have luxury residential or luxury hotel projects, ideally on multiple unit developments.. A qualification in interior design or architecture is essential. Candidates must be developer savvy and commercially aware.

Salary 60000 to 80000GBP.

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