Senior Technical Project Manager - Built Environment 



PTS Consulting is currently looking to recruit a Senior Technical Project Manager for its Workspace Technology practice. This is a C3 Level role will involve managing complex technical construction programmes. The main duties include the design, execution and completion of projects including project initiation, project progress, scope, schedule, budget, risk and quality management. The ideal candidate will also need to manage and lead assigned PTS Technical work steam leads and PTS Project Coordinator resources. 

The role is primarily London based, however, support and consequent travel for projects throughout the UK and other Global PTS locations, is required. 


  • Leading technology interface into construction projects and programme, representing the technology stakeholders within the construction Design Team

  • Manage activity and resources on project plan and schedules to measure how PTS Consulting is meeting deliverable requirements (specification, time, cost and quality)

  • Manage project risk, issue and change control

  • Document and report Client needs, project status, exceptions and resolutions

  • Ensure compliance with the PTS standard project delivery process

  • Lead review of lessons learned to foster a culture of continual improvement

  • Support to PTS commercial team with respect to opportunity development, tender response support and client sales presentations

  • Support to the PTS Service Line Lead for Built Environment with the proactive development of PTS' service offerings and capability statements

  • Business Development activities within the Built Environment professional team community

  • Preparation of PTS opinion articles and case studies to support Business Development activities

  • Represent PTS at industry events

Technical Skills:

The ideal candidate should possess the following technical skills and experience: 

  • Certified Project Manager including external qualification

  • A sound knowledge and understanding of the RIBA plan of work and understanding of the roles of a typical Construction Professional Team

  • Understanding of the typical technical work streams, such as; Physical Infrastructure, Physical Security, Networks, Audio Visual, Enterprise Systems and the interfaces to other members of the Construction Project Management methods, tools and techniques (such as Conject, 4P and Microsoft Project)

  • Demonstrable experience in working in delivering technology solutions for clients within a professional team (architect, M&E consulting, Acoustics consultant, catering consultant) engagement

  • Built Environment domain-specific knowledge, such as; BIM, building systems

  • Knowledge of project management methods (such as MSP, Prince 2 and Scrum)

  • Knowledge and experience of providing "end-to-end" major Programmes and Projects

  • Strong communication skills: written and formal presentations

  • Project Control through a variety of situational leadership styles

  • Experience in coaching junior colleagues assigned to projects

Ideal Personal Qualities:

  • Team player, organised, self-motivated and capable of independent work

  • Strong customer interface skills and ability to work with many levels of Client operations including workstream leads

  • Breath of capability to expand technical education

  • Recognised within the Built Environment industry

  • Committed to knowledge transfer

  • Deep understanding of project quality

  • Focus on objectives

  • Fluent in English

PTS is an Equal Opportunities employer and applicants are selected solely on the basis of their relevant aptitudes, skills and abilities. No applicant shall receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of sex, marital status, civil partnership status, trans-gender status, pregnancy, maternity, colour, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, disability, age. This is not an exclusive list.