Project Manager


United Kingdom / London / HB Reavis

Purpose of the role

The project manager works closely with the project’s Development Manager over the entire lifetime of a project from acquisition, project outline and construction to divestment. Specific responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following activities.


Project Lifetime
• Delivering project brief
• Managing and updating the project’s risk schedule and risk management
• Manage meeting structure and content
• Responsible for escalation of issues
• Coordinating Project reporting

• Budget owner duties, incl. authorizing monthly invoices on project against cashflow

Business Planning
• Tracking performance, instruction and leadership of the project team
• Coordinating activities across HBR functions
• Looking after appointments, scopes of services and fee drawdowns
• Coordinating the overall development programme
• Control of the project annual KPIs and ensuring they are aligned to the overall project objectives
• Coordination of cost and change control, and cost reporting
• Ensuring insurances, licenses, and consents in place prior to commencement

• Review the design, construction, and logistical interfaces with other projects and assets
• Own the project culture for quality and attention to detail
• Discharge of related third party obligations and planning conditions
• Managing the process to achieve PC

Operational and Divestment
• Managing snags and defect closure
• Support building management and customer care teams
• Approval of tenant fit out proposal
• Monitoring of first fit out



  • • A minimum of five years post-graduation experience in the real-estate sector
    • Proven track record in providing and applying project management tools and techniques to control a property development project.
    • Experience in the London private-sector commercial office development industry desired
    • Ideally, familiarity with CM and MC construction contracts


  • • Degree level education in a property or construction related discipline
    • RICS or equivalent professional body accreditation desired

Other Relevant Skills

  • • An understanding of the development process from acquisition to disposal
    • Proven ability to set and control budgets including cashflow and approval of the same
    • Proven ability to prepare, own and control project risk registers
    • Demonstrable understanding of project planning, programming, and scheduling
    • Confidence with preparing the cost and time inputs required for preparation of development appraisals
    • Ability to prepare and present project reports to senior management
    • Self-starting with a 'can do' attitude to problem solving
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills


• Stunning workspaces that enhance people’s wellbeing
• Competitive salary and discretionary annual bonus
• Hybrid working set-up
• 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
• Pension scheme, life assurance and group income protection
• £ 1,500 flexible benefits pot including options like gym membership, private medical insurance…
• Enhanced maternity / paternity package
• Season ticket loan options, cycle to work and nursery scheme, Discounts Club etc.
• Annual training budget
• Monthly team breakfast and lunch
• Volunteering days
• No dress code

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