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Graduate Project Manager - Plymouth

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Currie & Brown

2mo ago

💼 Graduate Job


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  • You need commitment to become chartered in a minimum of two years through our rigorous RICS APC programme. Ongoing studying, mentorship, bonus on completion, and development training are provided.
  • You will manage diverse projects, build strong relationships, and work towards chartered surveyor status in Plymouth. Varied tasks and constant learning.

Graduate Job

Construction & SurveyingPlymouth


  • We recruit exceptional graduates of all degree backgrounds who aspire to be project management leaders in a construction consultancy environment.


  • We will provide training through our industry leading structured RICS APC programme. With your commitment and our support, you’ll become chartered in a minimum of two years (longer if a conversion course is required).
  • Attaining RICS accreditation is a standard requirement for Currie & Brown’s professional employees. The company seeks to produce high-calibre practitioners through its rigorous programme. Candidates will commit to ongoing studying and document preparation, while regular assessment ensures progress and identifies where further study or support is required. The programme includes:
  • Self-study outside business hours
  • Bonus payment on completion of APC
  • Mentorship from an experienced colleague
  • Training sessions with an external APC coach
  • Quarterly assessments
  • Coaching in soft skills
  • Individual face-to-face and telephone support in the six months leading up to the final assessment
  • Post APC Programme Development:
  • Once you gain chartership you can join a formal development programme designed to move the focus of learning into areas of commerciality, leadership and business development

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Construction & Surveying


  • Having full involvement in projects from the start: the role is varied and no two projects are the same
  • Managing relationships with clients, contractors and colleagues
  • Conducting individual study in your own time towards achieving chartered surveyor status


Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • Salary reviews twice a year
  • 25 days’ annual leave, increasing to 27 after five years with the company
  • Option to ‘buy’ more annual leave
  • Pension scheme membership, with a matched employer contribution of up to 5%
  • Company car allowance upon achieving chartership
  • Private healthcare scheme membership
  • Life insurance at twice your salary
  • Healthy living subsidy in the form of a taxable annual payment of £400 towards the cost of a sports club or gym
  • Professional membership subscription
  • An interest-free season ticket loan
  • Bike to work scheme
  • Opportunities to get involved with CSR activities
  • Social fund and social committee to support activities for all employees
  • ‘Congratulations’ payments when employees get married or enter into a civil partnership
  • Dress-down and early finish on Fridays