Project Manager

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Department: OPM-CA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

BE influential. BE innovative. BE collaborative. Be all that and more at Colliers International. Join our team as a Project Manager.

At Colliers International, we help leaders succeed by helping them build amazing workplaces, businesses and communities around the world. We do this by thinking differently, sharing innovative ideas and offering a unique and collaborative workplace where you can succeed.

In this role, you’ll join Colliers in a position responsible for the active management of design, fit-out, construction, and move-in of tenants’ commercial projects in the Los Angeles area -
so investors, owners and occupants are certain of success.

We’d love to meet you. Apply today to join our team.

Who you are

We’re looking for stellar project managers who are super organized, have a keen eye for the details and have led and managed complex projects from start to finish – on time and on budget. You’re good at building strong, trusting client relationships and have a knack for bringing the right people together to come up with innovative ideas and solutions.

You love variety in your work and when every day is different from the next. You’re the kind of person who dives right in, learning as much as you can about a new client, a different industry or business, and you’ll apply your knowledge and technical expertise to get the best results. You’re a people person, a relationship builder and see working alongside some of the best Corporate Real Estate brokers on site with their clients as your ideal next role.

Are you looking to expand your superior project management skills to make a difference for new clients and businesses? Look no further.

What you bring:

  • A university degree or diploma in engineering, architecture, construction management or quantity surveying (or an equivalent combination of academic and practical experience)
  • At least 7 years of experience in building design / construction, architecture or engineering
  • Strong knowledge of various construction methodologies, project management models and financial management, as well as building codes, contract law and relevant legislation
  • Enthusiasm to promote and drive implementation of projects
  • Professional industry credentials such as PMP, P.Eng., CET, RA or other similar industry recognized designation is considered a strong asset

Bonus skills and experience:

  • Strong leadership and organizational skills with a proven ability to effectively influence others and resolve client, project and technical issues
  • Excellent written and verbal communication, and presentation skills
  • Proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint and MS Excel
  • Experience with Move management and FF&E

What success looks like:

  • You’ve completed a number of commercial ground up, renovation, and interior fit-out projects through all phases of Design, Construction and Move-in on-time, within budget and within scope of work.
  • You have a track record facilitating the hiring of Architects, contractors and other vendors as required by the client.
  • The Brokers you work with feel confident in your ability to assist them with interviews and pre-lease negotiations
  • Your clients trust you and rely on your knowledge, skills and expertise to achieve their business goals and objectives.
  • Your clients are pleased with your ability to represent their best interests regarding contractual and technical issues
  • Your project teams report positively on your ability to manage change, communicate and coordinate between multiple stakeholders, resolve issues, and deliver projects on time and on budget

BE who you are and what you want to be with Colliers Project Managers. We’d love to meet you. Apply today to join our team.

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