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Assistant Gernal Manager - Projects
- HK Listed Property Developer
- Premium Commercial Projects
About Our Client
My client is one of the top-tier and premium property developers in Hong Kong. It is famous for its prestigious commercial and residential properties. They are having stable and steady development and seeking for experienced Assistant General Manager to be based in Hong Kong, overseeing their new and existing property portfolio.
- Monitor the master programme of projects to avoid any delay of issuing construction drawing, material submission approval etc.Provide leadership & management for all development projects in Hong Kong region to safeguard against project risks and construction programme risks and construction risks
- Manage the design, planning, construction and site execution, handover and rectification of defects after handover of projects
- Supervise and manage various engaging vendors and contractors regarding project issues, e.g. review design proposals, tender documents & reports, and make recommendations on the award of contracts to vendors and contractors, formulation & negotiation of contracts, payment certification
- Assist the Project Director to solve site issues such as technical problems, drawings discrepancy, materials submission and alteration, resolve Main Contractor site problem/review the progress/workmanship and manpower's problem.
- Instigate and liaise with government authorities on timely submissions and seeking of approvals
The Successful Applicant
- At least 15 years of experience among which overseeing large-scale construction projects in Hong Kong
- Strong Hong Kong project management experience on commercial development is essential
- Degree in Architecture or related qualifications.
- Holder of HKIA or RIBA is essential
- Authorized Person (AP - Architect) holder would be an advantage but not essential
- Fluency in English and Cantonese is a must
What's on Offer
Attractive package with fringe benefits is offered to selected candidates. Candidates are given exposure to deal with mixed-used new development projects in Hong Kong.