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Audio Visual Project Manager

  • London, England, United Kingdom
SD02 - Service Delivery

Job description

Oversee all commercial facets of Audio-Visual projects, acting as the primary liaison for clients to guarantee the fulfilment of contractual obligations throughout the project's lifecycle. Primarily, the Project Manager's remit involves overseeing Integration category projects, encompassing global roll-outs, upgrades, and auditoria projects. The Project Manager is responsible for managing project budgets and schedules, fostering external collaboration with clients and internal coordination with Project & Supplementary teams. Duties include supervision of coordination aspects related to project engineering, rack build, installation, commissioning, programming, training, and support. Facilitate technical coordination at each project milestone and nurture a robust partnership with the designated Project Engineer. Sustain effective communication with internal business stakeholders and clients to ensure clarity and transparency, implementing regular reporting cadence throughout the project lifecycle.


  • Ensure that projects are completed in a timely and efficient manner, to our clients’ satisfaction, and in compliance with all contract requirements.
  • Take full responsibility of commercial and contractual obligations of multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Prepare and manage project schedules and budgets, and provide updates on commercial performance and forecasting as required.
  • Communicate project progress and status, both internally and with the client, through regular daily, weekly, and monthly project logs, reports, and updates.
  • Manage project scheduling and staffing with in-house and sub-contracted labour.
  • Oversee project site managers, Installers, Commissioning leads & Programmers, ensuring projects schedules are adhered to.
  • Ensure that final documentation packages (i.e. O & M manuals, Record Information Packs, etc.) are prepared and contract close-out occurs in a timely manner, and transitioned to the customer as well as the Kinly Support desk.
  • Coordinate invoicing and assist in collecting accounts receivable.
  • Forecast invoicing and work effort throughout portfolio.
  • Travel to project/customer sites will be required in this position, as projects demand.
  • Perform other activities and assume further responsibilities as projects demand and/or as directed by the immediate manager.
  • Coordinating functional meetings between all parties involved on a project
  • Facilitating quality assurance requirements as/where necessary, utilising Kinly’s QA Manager
  • Fully manage all elements of Logistical requirements across a portfolio of projects, ensuring a “Just-In-Time” delivery methodology is maintained.
  • Liaise with and manage H&S auditing on site, as well as compiling accurate and detailed H&S documentation within Kinly’s RAMSapp tool
  • Maintain a high standard of project delivery principles as set out within the Kinly PMO, delivering projects of significant and varying value and complexities


  • Ability to interface well with clients and co-workers and to lead subordinate staff effectively.
  • Confident presenter and chair of meetings in person and on video calls – leading coordination of AV activities throughout the project life-cycle
  • Confident presenter in a tender situation.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, at varying levels of value and complexity.
  • Well organised, with attention to detail and meticulous planning skills.
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Windows, Excel, Word, MS Project, Outlook, Teams.
  • Procore & ServiceNow experience desired but not essential (Training Given).
  • Able to create and manage schedules, reports and budgets.
  • Prince2/PMP qualification or equivalent desirable.
  • Experience in related industry.
  • Technical knowledge of AV industry.

If you are selected for interview, and need any reasonable adjustments made for your interview, please let the Talent Acquisition team know, at the point of scheduling.

About Kinly

Kinly is the globally trusted AV and UCC technology advisor to world-class organisations. Our solutions drive maximum collaboration, engagement and productivity to enable a world where people can work together, from everywhere. Our people are unified by a passion for helping teams achieve their workplace communication and collaboration goals, irrespective of complexity, location or project size. We design, engineer and support audio visual and collaboration technology solutions that add real business value and deliver exceptional user experiences, every time.

Why Kinly?

We are experienced: When you join our family you’ll be part of a multi-award-winning team made up of the industry’s most innovative professionals.

We are proven: The world’s leading global businesses rely on us to deliver secure and reliable meeting experiences. Come with us on our journey.

We are independent: We partner with the world’s best AV vendors to deliver our customers unrivalled access to cutting edge technology tailored to their exact needs.

We are global: You’ll be working with alongside the world’s leading brands and supporting them on high-profile, international projects.

Equal Opportunities

At Kinly, we are unified by a commitment to providing a working environment that is as inclusive, responsible and welcoming as possible for all our teams and prospective employees. We provide equal employment where all applicants are encouraged to apply, regardless of sex, age, gender identity, pregnancy, colour, race, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, religion or any other protected characteristics. We want you to bring your true self to work and provide you with a workplace where you can thrive. We welcome your application and look forward to seeing you at Kinly soon.