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Project manager

City:
Lagos
Salary:
Job Type:
Full-Time
Experience:
Does Not Matter

Responsobilities :

  • monitoring of projects to agreed quality, toime and cost
  • proactively eliminate or reduce unforeseen project risks
  • perfom activities required to meet contractual obligations and profit objectives
  • ensure that necessary quality checks and other mandatory tests dependencies and critical molestones of projects
  • integrate all contactors activities on site
  • enforcing HSE standarts on site
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