Hollis is a leading international, independent real estate consultancy. We work with owners, occupiers, developers and funders, across both private and public sectors, to help them get more out of their real estate, at every stage of the property life cycle.
Established in 1991 in London, we’re now a multi-skilled team of consultants, project managers, building surveyors, engineers and technical specialists operating across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe.
We are committed to delivering and maintaining a sustainable built environment and are recognised specialists in project management, cost management, due diligence surveys, measured surveys, M&E, environment, energy & sustainability, party walls and rights of light.
Our mission is to continue to grow and be leaders in global commercial real estate consulting.
Because that creates opportunities for our people which means that we attract and retain the best.
Don’t just take our word for it though: we’ve been recognised as one of the Best Places to Work in Property for the third year running by Property Week, the leading publication in the industry.
The role of Junior Project Manager is to learn by assisting the Senior Project Manager in the completion of project control processes and documentation. It is intended to develop by putting into practice the academic learning on project management into being a skilled and adaptable project management professional capable of taking the lead on projects of increasing value and complexity.
Support project work which can typically range from €10k to €30m where the firm performs the role of Project Manager.
Manage effectively the information exchange between project team members and project stakeholders
Assist with the delivery of projects of all sizes, with a view to taking ownership of smaller projects within 12 months.
Assists with the drafting of key project documents
Able to act autonomously within given constraints and seek approval from experienced staff when needed.
Assist in presenting the projects status
Maintains awareness of current and evolving issues in the sector
Provide concise and accurate reports, covering technical aspects of project deliverables
Assist in the bid process
Meet target KPIs on work in progress (WIP) management including hours into work in progress (HIW).
Business Development and Client Care awareness.
Adherence to Health & Safety procedures.
Experienced with the Dutch local legislation ‘Bouwbesluit 2012’, lease agreements, Design & Built contracts.
Degree or MSc in Project Management ideally related to the built environment or some work experience in a contractor or consultancy
Good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite
Willingness to learn from others and seek advice where required
Clean driving licence
Required to have the ability to work within a team and on own initiative
Must be enthusiastic proactive and self-motivated
Must have strong verbal and numerical skills and good written skills
Requires excellent time management and general organisation skills
Is required to be flexible and have the ability to work under pressure
Have a can-do attitude
Is passionate about going the extra mile to exceed client expectations
Ability to be flexible and multidisciplinary when working on different projects
Willingness to register for RICS certification
BREEAM, LEED, WELL certifications are a plus
Be able to communicate effectively in Dutch and English. Additional European languages are a plus.
Why join us?
We are hardworking, progressive, successful and fun. We’re independently-owned and independently-minded, not afraid to give honest advice or to be ourselves.
We strive to achieve the right balance for you, delivering excellent client service whilst supporting you in fulfilling your potential and achieving your goals.
We offer a highly competitive salary and a generous benefits package including:
£1500 per annum (For healthcare & Pension)
25 days holiday + your birthday off
Relaxed office environment with sit/stand desks in a social co-working building
We are a sociable bunch and host pay day drinks, quarterly lunches, quiz nights and cultural and sporting activities to socialise and have fun with your colleagues.
Your health and well-being are very important to us so we have an Employee Assistance Programme to support you through life’s ups and downs, gym discount and all our offices have fresh fruit baskets delivered weekly. We are also happy to consider flexible working arrangements.
Finally, we also love giving back and take part in numerous charity events all over the country throughout the year.
We are an equal opportunities employer and we will recruit regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, pregnancy and maternity, or any other characteristic which may lead you to face disadvantage in our society.
We particularly encourage applications from currently under-represented groups in our industry including those who identify as women, black, Asian, minority ethnic, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/ or disabled.