£42,600 - £45,800
£48,620 - £48,620
Bristol or West Midlands, with occasional travel to our West Midlands or West of England sites
£37,200 - £47,500
£46,293 - £46,293
£45,500 - £60,200
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What is Project Management?
Project Management is the process of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, and closing projects. A Project Manager will manage everything from setting the project objectives to making sure they have been achieved. A Project Manager will use their knowledge, skills, tools and techniques in order to fulfil the requirements of a project. Some of the key Project Management skills include:
- Risk management
- Task and time management
- Cost control
How much can you get paid as a Project Manager?
The pay for any job will vary depending on skills and experience, however, according to Technojobs salary data, Project Managers in the UK can look at earning an average salary of £55,000. When looking at the average salary in London this increases to £62,000.
Do I need a degree to become a Project Manager?
Having a Project Management or Business related degree can be helpful if you are working in Project Management and can give you a good solid base for starting your career. However, it is not essential. You can skip the university fees by looking into Project Management courses that can get you started instead. The main goal should be to learn and develop essential and desirable Project Management skills in order to stand out. However, work experience, as with most other jobs will help you get a better understanding of a Project Manager role and make you more appealing as a candidate. Many Project Manager jobs will insist on a formal related Project Management qualification. The most popular related qualifications include Prince2; CAPM, PMP and Six Sigma.