Built Environment - Technical PM - SCS Design skills
Posted on Dec 8, 2018 by PTS Resourcing (UK) Ltd
Technical PM with Structured Cabling Design Skills -BE Consultancy- FTE - New York, NY
PTS is a leading global Consultancy in the Built Environment sector and we are hiring in New York as part of our expansion in North America.
This is an opportunity for a Technical Project Manager with SCS design skills to join a world class BE Consulting practice.
- General knowledge of the design of all aspects of IT, AV and Physical Security Systems related to projects in the Built Environment.
- Project Management certification (PMP/Prince2 or equivalent)
- A good understanding of associated technologies such as Building Management Systems, Visitor Management and Room Booking Systems etc. and how these may interface/integrate with IT, AV and Security systems
- Demonstrate a good knowledge of the design of Structured Cabling Systems and possess a knowledge of relevant standards and hold an applicable BICSI certification
About the Role
This is a client facing, consulting role where you will be expected to take the lead on multiple concurrent projects. An exciting element of this role is the development of our Client's IT Strategies for Corporate Real Estate Projects.
On a more technical note this role involves translating a Client's requirements and producing IT SCS designs.
PTS Consulting has 35 years' experience of delivering world-class IT solutions to some of the world's leading organisations. We help our clients better align their IT, Business and Real Estate strategies by transforming the workplace through technology and by optimising their Data Centre environment.
For more information about this opportunity please apply today. PTS is currently recruiting across our global hubs in EMEA, Americas and Asia please visit our website for a full list of vacancies.
PTS is an Equal Opportunities employer and applicants are selected solely on the basis of their relevant aptitudes, skills and abilities. No applicant shall receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of sex, marital status, civil partnership status, trans-gender status, pregnancy, maternity, colour race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, disability, age. This is not an exclusive list.