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Contracts Director- C.150k + Bonus, Car + Benefits, Dublin, Icds Recruitment

Published 2022-09-22
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Contracts Director- C.150k + Bonus, Car + Benefits, Dublin, Icds Recruitment
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Contracts director- c.150k + bonus, car + benefits


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Job Description Contracts Director- c.150k + Bonus, Car + Benefits Ref No: au.condir.duby County Dublin, Republic of Ireland Competitive salary Contracts Director | Dublin | c. €150k + Bonus, Car, Pension, Health & Benefits For leading Top 10 main contractor, who engage in major residential, commercial, education, healthcare and industrial construction sectors. Projects up to a value of €100m+, in traditional, design & build and other formats. Our client is looking to ‘invest’ in an exceptional individual, this is a critical role integrated into the group’s planned growth trajectory & succession strategy at senior management level. Desired: Several year's project management experience, five of which shall be at Contracts Manager level. Full responsibility for the successful delivery of projects both from a time scale and commercial prospective, typically managing 3+ projects concurrently. Effective motivational attributes combined with proven managerial skills, coupled with strong commercial awareness are essential requirements. A driving ambition to be a member of the senior management team with promotional prospects to Directorship very achievable based on performance. Would suit existing Contracts Manager/Project Director seeking a move or an experienced Project Manager with a large organisation eager for progression. Also suited to a candidate returning home from UK or overseas. Please apply online if interested or contact Andreea at ICDS

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