Current Opportunities

Client Side Project Manager


Our client is a leading residential developer with a proud history and culture of delivering quality products in the Melbourne market.
Working across inner-city and land developments, they utilise Australia’s leading construction companies and quality control personnel, with an in-house team of designers, builders and architects overseeing delivery of award-winning projects.
They are 100% Australian owned with over 25 years’ experience and pride themselves on their outstanding customer service.  The company offers a working environment that emphasizes team work, collaboration, diversity and inclusion, with an attitude to promotion on merit.

Due to ongoing project demands our client is looking to employ a Project Manager to join the Melbourne team.
As the Project Manager, you will be initially under the guidance of the company’s senior Project Managers, and will manage development, D&C tender documentation, and supervision of the principal contractor/builder for the design, construction and delivery of the project.
The Project Manager’s responsibilities include:

  • Appointment and management of external design consultants
  • Management of relevant Authority approvals
  • Coordination of an in-house architecture team on a project basis
  • Leading pre-construction design coordination meetings
  • Collaborations with the design team to provide advice on material selection, constructability choices, costing and budgeting
  • Assist in the preparation of town planning and contract of sale documentation
  • Preparation of D&C building tender documentation
  • Oversee the builder during design, construction and final handover to ensure that all of the Company’s requirements in relation to quality, time and cost are fulfilled
  • To assist in the management of the Company’s onsite quality control staff
  • Liaising with the Company’s sales, marketing and legal department representatives to secure the Company’s principal objectives
  • Participation at project development team meetings to report on project status, cost and program forecasts
  • Manage the builder’s defects rectification process throughout the settlement phase and during the defects liability period




  • Relevant tertiary qualifications
  • Minimum of 10 years project management experience in construction/property development
  • Strong communication skills
  • Proficiency in design and construction management, document control and contract administration
  • Proficiency in planning, scheduling and production in Microsoft Project or equivalent software

This is a great opportunity to join a market leading developer and progress your project management career, working with award-winning teams and delivering exciting residential projects.
For further information please call Owen Weatherley on 03 92855898 or send your CV to