Project Manager | Water infrastructure

Constructability Recruitment

Construction of a $20 million Pump Station, from scratch, on a greenfield site as part of a larger program of works for a mid-tier contractor.



“People don’t leave bad jobs, they leave bad bosses” … True? Not exactly.
In fact, the top 2 reasons people stay in jobs are Pay and Appreciation
  
  
  • This position offers you $170k as a base salary which is standard in the current market, but this is where things get good.
  • You get to work with highly skilled and down to earth professionals, the kind of people you would not be too grumpy sharing a drink with.
  • The Senior Management of the business shows their appreciation by acknowledging and rewarding the work you put in by offering flexibility, support around lifestyle commitments, and incentives.
  • The low combative culture of the business comes from management and the way employees are encouraged and supported down the chain. Leaders are responsible for developing those they lead and are accountable for their performance.

  
Construction of a $20 million Pump Station, from scratch, on a greenfield site as part of a larger program of works for a mid-tier contractor.  The project will be adequately resourced with engineers, safety, quality, and environmental teams as well as supervisors and sub-contractors and will also have a dedicated communications specialist all located on-site in southwest Sydney. You'll have 13 months to deliver from breaking ground.

  
Here’s the catch which is non-negotiable:
To be considered suitable you must have experience in Project Management of the construction of water infrastructure projects for a civil utilities contractor and a minimum of 8 years post-grad of your civil engineering degree
 
 
Wrap up:
Where people are engaged and switched-on, businesses are over 20% more profitable relieving stresses and pressure to overwork, burn out and leave. This company has won big, still winning and people are enjoying being there. By joining them You will add to that success.

  
Call William Morris to find out who and if you’re keen to proceed you can send me a CV. 0448 932 595