We are currently recruiting for a Project Manager to manage a major transmission project in NSW. Our client is a contractor in the transmission sector and have a huge pipeline of projects in both Queensland and New South Wales.
Must be in NSW – flexible working location within NSW
Travel to client office in Sydney and site in regional NSW will be required
Start date – ASAP
- Managing and coordinating high value (Approx. $45m+) transmission construction projects with the assistance of the Program Delivery Team
- Manage all aspects and phases of the project from start to finish.
- Manage and help to recruit the project team.
- Cost estimation of capital resources, material, planning, people management and coordination to meet project budgets whilst ensuring quality that falls in line with client KPIs.
- Ensure delivery of the project’s KPIs set by the client which relate to health & safety, quality, cost and schedule.
- Use company project management procedures.
- Follow all company policies and methodologies in delivery of the project.
- Experience in delivering high value transmission construction projects
- Ideally managed large transmission projects rather than a series of smaller projects
- Experience working for contractors rather than client companies would be highly regarded
- Previous experience in managing multidisciplinary teams to deliver projects on time and on budget.
- Ability to develop those working as part of the team.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills when dealing with both internal and external stakeholders.
- Must have a background in delivering power projects, managing contracts and estimating high value construction projects.
- Project Management Diploma or Certificate IV highly regarded (significant field experience would substitute this)
- Already accredited as CPPP with AIPM (or is willing to undertake accreditation)
Please apply if you hold the above qualifications and experience. Due to the high volume of applications, unfortunately only successful candidates will be contacted.