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Regional Director, PM Services

BE ambitious. BE entrepreneurial. BE influential. Be all that and more at Colliers Project Leaders. Join our team as Regional Director, PM Services in the metro Boston region.

At Colliers Project Leaders, we help leaders succeed by helping them build amazing workplaces, businesses, and communities around the world. We do this by thinking differently, sharing innovative ideas, and offering a unique and collaborative workplace where you can succeed.

Colliers Project Leaders is the Project Management and Commissioning Services Group of Colliers International, a global leader in commercial real estate.  Colliers Project Management was established in 1996 and today is composed of over 130 professionals working from multiple offices throughout the Northeast.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for leading our owner’s project management efforts in the metro Boston area by generating new business opportunities, building client relationships, overseeing and growing a team of professionals, and managing the delivery of services.


You are a leader who can develop our presence in diverse markets including commercial, institutional, healthcare, education and not-for-profit, via opportunities for new construction, remodels, and new fit-outs of owned and leased facilities.

You are accomplished in developing and aligning strategies with business priorities and developing standards and best practices for service delivery.

You are adept at fostering relationships with internal and external teams to grow the organization, deliver superior service, and perpetuate the brand.

You are skilled at creating and managing relationships, leading teams and delivering results;

You manage and provide direction and leadership to your team to ensure the overall highest-level delivery, quality control, and management of projects;

You have been responsible for problem-solving, planning and organizing, and decision-making;

You are skillful in handling any escalated issues immediately and effectively and in leading major project team discussions, leading to appropriate actions and resolution;

You are a motivational and effective leader.

You are efficient, dependable, self-motivated, and looking to grow.


  • Bachelors required,
  • 15+ years of experience preferred in roles of increasing leadership responsibility
  • Design and construction industry experience
  • Strong market understanding with deep relationships
  • Demonstrated experience in problem solving skills, planning and organizing, decision-making and negotiation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to partner across organizational lines
  • Experience with program strategy development and oversight
  • Superior communication skills, influencing and leading, facilitation and team work capabilities
  • Excellent understanding of technologies, systems and data to align strategies, measure progress and report upon progress
  • Strong presentation skills required for team meetings as well as senior level presentations


  • You are a leader on the project management scene with a growing team of talented individuals spearheading exciting new projects.
  • You have led the full integration with the local team into the broader project management northeast team.
  • You have realized significant expansion of clients and markets served, including both private and public clientele.
  • You have fully embraced the technologies and systems utilized by the PM Northeast team and have led the training and development of all systems and standards into the Boston region.

Are you looking to lead a busy group of professionals and make your mark? Look no further.  We’d love to meet you. Apply today to join our team.

BE who you are and what you want to be with Colliers Project Leaders.

We provide a comprehensive benefits package, competitive salary, opportunities for advancement, and a pleasant and cohesive working environment.

Colliers International provides equal employment opportunity to all persons. No employee or applicant for employment will be discriminated against because of race, creed, origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, otherwise qualified disabled or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.


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