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Senior Land Development Manager

  • 24
  • Permanent
  • Riyadh , Saudi Arabia
  • 18805

Senior Development Manager – Town Planner

Relocation Opportunity – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Permanent, Full Time

 

About this Role:

On behalf of our client, The Management Recruitment Group is looking for a Senior Development Town Planner to oversee the development of urban planning that focuses on essential services and facilities that contribute to the development of a community. The successful candidate will oversee all project stages from inception to handover.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Play a crucial role in working on one of the most important development assets in the masterplan.
  • Liaise with the wider team to guarantee a successful outcome from concept to delivery and handover stages.
  • Involvement within the construction planning stage
  • Work alongside senior management and directors when it comes to contract management, cost management, and procurement
  • Bridge the gap between the Development, Project Management, Construction, Cost, and Infrastructure Team

Background, Skills, and Qualification:

  • 8+ Years of wide-ranging experience as a Development Manager, with experience in Town planning, urban and asset development, or social amenities.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as Real Estate, Architecture, Planning, or other related fields
  • Have an cextensive understanding of Real Estate that includes feasibility studies, financial models, architectural concepts, and investment proposals

In return:

Tax-free earning, a relocation allowance and exposure working with a groundbreaking giga-project

What to do now:

To arrange a confidential discussion, please email Lieneke Erasmus of the Management Recruitment Group on lieneke.erasmus@mrgglobal.com. Applications should consist of a CV and a relevant project list.

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