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Construction Project Managers and Related Professionals

About this career

£38,850

Median salary

New workers start around £26,276.86. Normal pay is £38,850 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £68,157.78.

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Subjects achieved a 100% pass rate, including Maths, Further Maths, Physics, English Literature and Spanish.

About this career

  • Writes reports for funding bids and planning authorities and acts as expert witness.
  • Examines accident ‘blackspots’ to improve road safety.
  • Assesses schemes to manage traffic such as congestion charging and parking controls.
  • Forecasts the impact on traffic and transport of new developments (e.g. shopping centre).
  • Records, monitors and reports progress.
  • Identifies defects in work and proposes corrections.
  • Regularly inspects and monitors progress and quality of work, ensures legal requirements are met.
  • Hires and may supervise site staff, establishes temporary site offices, takes delivery of materials.
  • Plans work schedules for construction projects based on prior discussion with architects, Chartered architectural technologists, surveyors etc..
  • Assembles information for invoicing at the end of projects.
  • Briefs project team, contractors and suppliers.
  • Draws up budgets and timescales for new construction projects based on clients’ requirements.

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Monitoring
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Writing
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Speaking
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Critical Thinking
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Reading Comprehension
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Active Listening
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Active Learning
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Learning Strategies
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Mathematics
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