Museum/Visitor Attractions Project Manager

Nanotek Ltd.
South West London
From £45,000 to £65,000 per annum
07 Feb 2017
07 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Museum/Visitor Attractions Project Manager


Have a proven track record and a full understanding of the development and fit-out of museum, leisure, retail and other visitor attraction related Graphic projects, with project values ranging from £20K to £250k.

The Ideal Candidate will have:-

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, integrity, respect for confidentiality, sound judgment and decision making skills.
  • A sound knowledge of construction trades, practices and H&S is essential.
  • A full understanding of the various specialist trades and close integration required to develop and fit-out Visitor Attraction based projects.
  • Good understanding of drawings, technical details, materials and processes.
  • Be highly proficient in all Office based software, including Excel and MS Project.
  • Be highly numerical and be able to evaluate and monitor financial data throughout the duration of the project.
  • Must be efficient, detail minded, hardworking and responsible with a positive working attitude.
  • Be able to travel regionally and internationally, sometimes for extended periods.

Due to the varied and specialist nature of the projects we undertake, your responsibilities will be varied, on a project by project basis. However, the main role requirements are as follows -

Project Management

  • In-House and Subcontractor Supervision.
  • Review of shop drawings submitted
  • Liaison with designers, client and client team.
  • Factory reviews of works in progress and sign-offs on completed works
  • Ensure timely delivery of works.
  • Organise and submit required samples, mock-ups, reports and other contractual submissions.
  • Coordination with our site building works, M&E requirements, CDM requirements, schedule integration, main contractor roles, as required.
  • Supervise installation works, local and international, as required.
  • Arrange site labour requirements, as required.
  • Supervise project completion works, snagging lists, defects as required.

Project Administration

  • Contract Administration in liaison with our legal team.
  • Maintaining of all project files.
  • Attend and manage project and design meetings and ensure a close understanding and relationship is maintained with client team throughout the project.
  • Prepare reports and minutes and distribute as required.
  • Prepare, monitor and maintain project schedules.
  • Monitor project costs.
  • Communication with clients.
  • Coordinate drawings.
  • Review and comment on drawings provided by internal and external designers.
  • Coordinate preparation of shop and production drawings and ‘As built’ drawings using in house design staff.
  • Review shop drawings prior to submission to client.
  • Identify sources for services, equipment and materials.
  • Organise all logistic requirements.
  • Prepare Valuation submissions

Tender Preparation

  • Assist with the preparation of Tender submissions.
  • Provide costing information.
  • Develop Schedules.
  • Identify and brief subcontractors, compile and negotiate subcontractor costs.