Highest Paying Jobs in Switzerland, Construction Project Manager Jobs in Switzerland
At a Glance:
Highest Paying Jobs in Switzerland, We are looking for a Project Manager to contribute to shaping the future of On’s global office environments and join us at our Headquarter office in Zurich.
You will combine your project management expertise with your solution-driven skills to play a critical role in global office expansion, and open the door to On’s next growth phase
You will be managing the development of our new offices, showrooms, and custom products globally. Your blend between project management, analytical mind, process management, creative thinking, and technical expertise will open new ways to drive On into the next growth phase.
|Post Name||Project Manager, Construction & Workplace|
|Expected Salary||CHF 25000 To CHF 35000 Per Year|
|Address||Zürich, Switzerland 8000|
As you might expect from a running brand with an emphasis on design and performance, the Construction Management and Engineering Team within the Physical Infrastructure Team is a fast-paced place to be.
This new and rapidly expanding team packs a huge punch and leads projects globally related to construction and office space. Together we shape the environments, behavior, and culture of the On community. With ambitious and innovative projects in the pipeline, the team is looking for its next all-star!
- Manage and execute workplace and construction project timelines, schedules, and budgets
- Led general coordination including project kick-off, estimating costs, evaluating bids, negotiating offers, addressing technical issues, maintaining quality control during construction, punch list, turnover, opening, and project move-in.
- Work with consultants, contractors, and fabricators to meet overall project objectives.
- Support communication between project teams, vendors, contractors, consultants, and building and permitting officials.
- Planned, scheduled, organize, and execute document control activities in collaboration with internal teams.
|Schedule Type||Full Time|
|Education Required||Bachelor’s Degree in Management|
- 6+ years of professional experience in construction management and project management including solid experience in coordination and negotiation.
- An organizational wizard is skilled in process management and workflow optimization.
- Experience with the full construction project lifecycle, from concept through to delivery.
- Highly motivated, capable of working in a self-driven, entrepreneurial environment both within a team and individually
- Excellent problem solver enjoying coming up with creative solutions in a fast-paced agile environment.
- Great stakeholder management abilities
- Excellent communication skills, including verbal and written.
- Fluent in English. German is an advantage
What we offer:
We offer a dynamic, challenging, and sportive environment that has been ranked as the ‘fastest growing sports company’ of its time. With offices across the globe, we are an international team who is hungry to innovate and build something incredible.
We foster an active environment where each individual thrives for excellence and can achieve their full potential. This is where your work matters, you’re hands-on and your team members are amongst the very best in their respective disciplines and fields.
If you are driven to bring On to the next level, curious about the opportunity, and want to be part of our growing team send us your application, and join the ONiverse!
Interview Questions for Project Manager:
- Tell me about yourself.
- Can you tell us about the last project you worked on?
- Tell us about a time something went wrong in a project you were managing.
- How do you prioritize tasks in a project?
- What was your most successful project?
- What’s your experience with budget management?
- How would you describe a project plan?
- How would you create an environment of collaboration on your team?
- What tools do you use to plan a project?
- Describe your experience in this industry.
- One of your team members is asking for more time to complete a task. How would you handle this situation?
- How would you deal with a difficult stakeholder?