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Senior Project Manager

  • Permanent
  • Richmond, UK
  • 17777
The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew are seeking to appoint a Senior Project Manager to lead a range of estate improvement projects. 

RBG Kew is a world-famous scientific organisation, leading visitor attraction and UNESCO World Heritage Site, internationally respected for its outstanding living collection of plants and its world-class herbarium. RBG Kew’s second UK site at Wakehurst, West Sussex consists of over 380 buildings and structures, 40 plus listed buildings, which are used for visitors, scientific research, storage of national collections and administration.

The Estates Projects Services team are now seeking a Senior Project Manager to play a lead role in the planning, development and delivery of capital projects at Kew. The role will oversee the delivery of complex construction and decarbonisation projects (including significant M&E packages) on protected and constrained sites. The Senior Project Manager will take on the role as client representative, capable of leading and influencing key, multifaceted stakeholder groups. 

We are seeking an individual that has demonstrable experience of leading complex conservation and refurbishment projects in a comparable context.  You will have strong technical skills and will be adept at managing projects from relatively small-scale conservation or M&E infrastructure replacement works to major refurbishment schemes, preferably being delivered in live, operational high public footfall environments.

The candidate brochure is available for you to view here.

For a confidential briefing discussion please contact our retained advisor Nick Coppard ( of The Management Recruitment Group (MRG) on 07896 079 495.  Applications should consist of a CV and covering letter and should be sent to  

Closing date for applications is 12th March 2023.

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