Feb 212018

Vizona’s key strength is derived from a combination of market expertise, technical competence and international presence. The company’s focused project teams work closely with customers and architects to achieve reliable project implementation tailored to their needs. Vizona’s competitive edge is heightened by the use of the company’s own specialized manufacturing facilities and an efficient network of supply chain partners. Product quality and safety, and a passion for detail are core values of the company culture.

Project Manager m/f

Location: Ouderkerk aan de Amstel (Amsterdam)

Level of employment: 100 %


The Role

In this position you are responsible for starting up and realisation of our national and international shopfitting projects. The Project Manager manages all project activities and interfaces between our well-known clients, partners and internal departments.

Job Description

  • Guiding the complete project from design until implementation considering technical and financial aspects
  • The Project Manager is the main point of contact for our clients
  • Identification of requirements and specifications in cooperation with our clients
  • Preparation of calculations, offers and ongoing value analysis
  • Further development and optimalisation of our shopfitting concepts and processes

Your Profile

  • MBO+ / HBO Level with basic technical, material and production knowledge
  • You already have accountable project management experience, ideally in the field of shop interior
  • You have keen perception, are able to work accurately and have good communication skills
  • You must be able to work well under stress, be team-oriented and able to think in solutions
  • You are able to manage multiple projects at the same time and are easily able to set priorities
  • Good verbal and wirtten knowledge of Dutch and English, and preferably German or other foreign languages

Match criteria: Retail, Project management, Design, Mechanical engineering, Technician Biochemistry, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL

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