Senior Project Manager
Senior Project Manager – Events industry.
Our client is a very well-established agency and has been around for over 25 years! Working predominantly in the automotive industry, they run events for global brands. They are not your ordinary, vanilla events, they are Knickerbocker glory events, with cherries on top!
You will recognise the brands they work with and you will aspire to work with them as well. They take pride in the innovative, creative solutions they provide. The last 18 months have obviously been a huge challenge for all in the event industry, but these guys have come back strongly and can offer unrivaled security.
As a Senior Project Manager, you’ll be working across multiple accounts to deliver some unbelievable events! You will benefit from the variety of events they run, from the intimate to the £1m large scale ones.
You will often be the main senior point of contact for clients, so it is incredibly important you have the gravitas and confidence to be client-facing on major accounts. You will be there to instruct and train junior members of staff and freelance workers, and to manage all logistical challenges that these complex events bring.
This position is based in the company’s Warwickshire office, 3 days a week (Tue/Wed/Thurs – Mon & Fri at home) so please ensure that’s within a reasonable commutable distance for you before you apply.
We are looking for you to have experience in the corporate events sector, ideally agency side, in the automotive sector. There are certain levels of compromise on those areas, but you will need at least 1 of the 3.
The basic salary for the Senior Project Manager role is between £33,000 – £39,000 per annum depending on experience. There are also plenty of other benefits as well as access to company vehicles. There is also a discretionary bonus that comes with this role, which is typically 4 figures.
If you are interested or want to know more (including seeing the full client job brief), send me a message, DM, call me – whatever is easiest. Having an up-to-date CV to hand is ideal, but if you haven’t got one immediately, we can still chat through the position and you can learn more.
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