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Country Manager – Built Environment

Country Manager – Built Environment

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aesg Published: 23/01/2018


Lewis Davey is delighted to be recruiting for a significant leadership role to build the London presence of a growing global consultancy that operates across the built environment.

With a number of key services across Energy & Sustainability, Fire & safety, Façade, M&E an Environmental Consultancy, our client is a rapidly growing international consultancy that specialise in high-end strategic consultancy across both the public and private sector.

This role would suit someone who would relish the opportunity to work in an entrepreneurial environment and grow a business in the UK.  It may be that you are currently working in a leadership role either at TD, AD, Director level in an established M&E or multi-disciplinary practice and are looking for more influence and autonomy.

The successful candidate will join a serial award-winning business that has predominately grown out of the middle-east.  A UK office has been set up on the back of demands from an array of existing and prestigious clients and they are now looking to expand their UK presence and looking for a figure head to help facilitate this.

Working with the Founding Directors, you will be responsible for leading the business operations in London, managing growth across all business units and deliverables out of the UK.

Applicants should have a degree in a relevant built environment discipline and have significant experience of working within a consultancy environment within the built environment.  You will ideally have a least two years of experience of business management and the running of a consultancy offering.


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