Project Manager

Neptune HQ, Swindon - Contract, full-time

The role

Step inside one of our Neptune stores and you'll find a breath-taking range of stunning furniture for every room of your home. Our attention to detail is also mirrored in our thoughtful design and quality of finish when building our own stores. Our in house property team work hard to ensure our stores are built to the highest standards, completely individual and full of charm. They each have a 'wow' factor that manages to transport you to a calm and tranquil setting that you can then recreate in your own home.

We now have a fantastic opportunity for a Project Manager to join us on a fixed term contract to oversee a variety of retail projects and lead our fitout team and Project Coordinator. You'll be responsible for scheduling works on our existing stores, support office and distribution centre, ensuring that projects, maintenance, seasonal updates and larger projects are delivered on time, within budget and to exacting standards.

Your key responsibilities will be to:

  • Complete take offs and quotes, schedule works, estimate costs, allocate resource and manage the ordering of external and internal materials and products in line with project requirements
  • Lead a team of trades people and liaise with the installation and visual merchandising teams to ensure the highest level of finish is achieved
  • Be responsible for RAMs, pre and on-site health and safety, ensuring team are trained and adhering to H&S
  • Coordinate and manage store, maintenance and seasonal change projects across all stores
  • Liaise and communicate with internal departments on project timelines and external contractors when required, managing critical path and project scope for larger projects

We would love it if you could bring to us previous supervisory and project management knowledge and experience of working on internals, fit out or finishing works, ideally in the shop fitting or luxury build sector. Ideally you'll also have SMSTS and First Aid qualifications, along with strong skills in Microsoft office packages. We are seeking someone that is a clear and engaging communicator, has an eye for detail, excellent communication and organisational skills and a flexible working attitude. Travel is required throughout our sixteen retail stores within the UK.

What Benefits we can offer you

  • Competitive salary
  • Generous Holiday Allowance
  • Life Assurance
  • Company sick pay
  • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Gym membership
  • Generous Neptune new item and outlet discounts
  • Perkbox: Wellbeing Hub and Retail Discounts Portal
  • Your birthday day off
  • Two paid volunteer days a year
  • Day off if you become a Grandparent
  • A week off to celebrate a life event
  • Refer a friend scheme
  • Long service holiday allowance increase
  • Training Workshops

Across all locations, we stay united by our company values: Do The Right Thing, Do It Together, Aim High and Keep It Real.

We're an equal opportunities employer; our mission is to welcome everyone and create inclusive teams, with all colleagues and applicants afforded the same opportunities. We encourage everyone to join us and be themselves at work, in an environment that actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion and where everyone's voices are heard.

Our Story
Founded in 1996 by friends John Sims-Hilditch and Giles Redman, Neptune design and make pieces for your whole home. Recognised for our exacting standards, design-led aesthetic and expert craftsmanship, we're perhaps most known for kitchens - with heirloom-worthy dressers not far behind. Neptune's trademark 'look' is British: refined, simple, sturdy, and with an almost obsessive attention to detail. We're also respected for our commitment to craft and quality. Put simply, we make things we're proud of, and that are designed to last a lifetime.