Furniture Project Manager

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Maris Interiors are one of the UK’s leading design and build experts.  Located in Southwark, London and founded in 1977, Maris work with organisations across the UK to transform their space.  We specialise in workplace design, fit-out, refurbishment, relocation & furniture.  We believe in hiring, harnessing, mentoring, and keeping the best talent in the industry to guarantee quality and consistency in every element of our business.

Reporting to the Head of Furniture, you will manage and coordinate all furniture installations and oversee the production of delivery schedules ensuring all acknowledgements are checked and correct.

Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Managing the furniture installations
  • Attending project meetings on site to ensure all furniture queries are addressed
  • Dealing confidently with snagging and any other on-site client issues
  • Attending project meetings
  • Liaising with construction team

You will have at least 2 years’ experience in a similar client facing role and will be able to demonstrate strong project management skills.  You will have a keen interest in and be technically informed on furniture and process.  You must have amazing attention to detail and a “whatever it takes” attitude to workload and you will be presentable and able to deal with clients and construction professionals on a daily basis.

Benefits

  • Generous holiday entitlement with additional Christmas period given as free time off
  • On-site coffee shop serving free breakfast, tea, coffee, and fruit throughout the working day
  • Salary sacrifice pension scheme
  • Life assurance after 12 months’ service
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme with 24/7 online GP service and access to mental, financial, and physical wellbeing support

Candidates will be considered on their abilities regardless of age, gender, or ethnicity but an ability to communicate at a high level of competency in the English language is essential. The right to live permanently and work in the UK is essential.

The company does not have a fixed salary scale and will pay an appropriate and fair salary based on experience and abilities.