About The Role: As a Foreman with Max People, you'll be instrumental in guiding construction projects. Ensure safety, maintain quality, and drive efficiency from start to finish.
Wages: $41 - $45 per hour
What's In It For You:
- Competitive hourly compensation.
- A promising opportunity for a temp-to-perm role.
- Spearhead initiatives in a dynamic construction environment.
- Ascend the career ladder in a thriving establishment.
What You Will Be Doing:
- Supervising construction brigades, from labourers to skilled tradespeople.
- Collaborating with project masterminds and engineers.
- Ensuring top-notch quality through regular inspections.
- Advocating and enforcing safety protocols.
- Bridging communication between teams.
- Resolving challenges and streamlining project intricacies.
- Overseeing resources, including manpower and machinery.
- Documenting daily tasks, alterations, and other essentials.
What We Require:
- Prior experience as a Civil Foreman.
- WTR (Wheels, Tracks, Rollers) endorsement.
- Site Safe certification.
- Innate leadership and articulate communication.
- Problem-solving flair.
- Proficiency in managing resources.
- Skilled in documentation.
- Equipment operation familiarity, where applicable.
- Enthusiasm to mentor and train budding talents.
- PPE Required: Steel caps, Hard Hats, Safety Glasses, Gloves, Hi-Vis.
- Licenses/Tickets Required: SiteSafe, Class 1 Full US29365, Wheels US16701, Tracks US16702, Rollers US16703.
- Competency in: WTR proficiency, leadership expertise.
–ALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN NEW ZEALAND
Apply online TODAY and join The Max Team!
Why Choose Max People?Max People began its journey as a niche construction recruitment agency. Over time, we've pioneered customised labour-hire solutions for leading construction entities across New Zealand. Expanding our boundaries, we now cater to the agriculture, manufacturing, and logistics sectors. Embark on a rewarding career odyssey with Max People today!
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