About The Role:
On behalf of our client, we present a prime opportunity for a Senior Project Manager to make a mark in seismic strengthening in Wellington. This role requires an individual with expertise and commitment to oversee the complexities of a project within a live shopping centre.
What's In It For You:
- Leadership role in a landmark project.
- Competitive salary package with a contract term.
- Potential bonus for early project completion.
- Tools for success: laptop, Ute, and phone provided.
- Engage in a meaningful project with societal significance.
- Flexibility with dayshift and nightshift opportunities.
What You Will Be Doing:
- Spearheading the seismic strengthening of a vibrant shopping centre.
- Coordinating seamlessly with subcontractors.
- Leading a motivated team of carpenters.
- Reinforcing building structures for enhanced earthquake resilience.
- Streamlining on-site engineering processes.
- Ensuring effective communication with shopping centre management.
- Overseeing traffic management around the construction site.
- Upholding the timeline, with a focus on early completion.
Skills & Experience Required:
- Comprehensive experience in senior project management roles.
- Expertise in seismic strengthening methods.
- Stellar organisational and leadership skills.
- Ability to accommodate both dayshift and nightshift schedules.
- Proficiency in managing subcontractors and trade teams.
- Familiarity with construction project management software.
- Possession of a valid driver's license.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN NEW ZEALAND
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Max People, started out as a specialised construction recruitment agency and has been a trailblazer in providing customised labour-hire solutions to leading construction firms throughout New Zealand. We've since expanded our reach into the agriculture, manufacturing, and logistics sectors. Begin your career journey with Max People today!
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