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Senior Project Manager


Dubai, Dubai
  • Engineering & Construction
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Job Details

• AED 25,000 - 45,000 Plus Benefits
• Ref: 927702

Charterhouse is working with a highly regarded tier 1 developer. Our client is looking to hire Senior Project Managers for their prestigious shopping malls project in Dubai. You will have a solid background in shopping mall developments and be an expert in project management. The Middle East, particularly Dubai has a healthy pipeline of large shopping malls to service the ever growing local community and tourists seeking retail therapy. The designs will push boundaries and your knowledge and experience will enable you to execute these developments with accomplishment. The successful candidate should have a relevant Degree with a track record of mall project delivery ideally in the Middle East. You should have managed multiple projects in the past, preferably client-side working for a prime real estate developer. This is an excellent opportunity that offers a competitive salary and benefits package for the right candidate along with an organised and healthy work environment.
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The Charterhouse Legacy

During the last ten years, Charterhouse Middle East has been operating across the UAE and GCC Markets. In many ways, we were the recruiter who established and set the standards within the regional recruitment industry benchmarking and innovating the service levels associated to Search and Selection.
Charterhouse understands the dynamics attached to talent acquisition, relationship management and the required service levels within the regional industry. Our heritage is now our main strength as we continue to work within our core markets to deliver key account management and strong contingency recruitment practices to our clients and candidates.


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