SITE MANAGER INTERIOR FITOUTS
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- Job Listing Date
- 3 Sept 2019
- Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Construction, Foreperson/Supervisors
You have a proven past track record of getting great results, no matter what you’re doing.
You like having targets and deadlines and like to prove yourself. You are organised and systematic and like being the most productive person on the team.
You’re good at handling people and some might say you’re a little pushy or bossy.
You’re now looking to sink your teeth into a Site Manager role that challenges you with other key duties in the business.
You will be working for a professional, award-winning commercial construction company, and therefore required to be the driving force of project delivery on-site working closely with our Project Managers, as well as train other team members when needed.
This role is tough and demanding. You’ll be doing any and all project management and admin duties that projects require which includes; Pre, post and handover project work, contracts, scheduling, logistics, ordering, WHS management, training/mentoring staff, managing multiple projects, Managing contractors etc.
Career opportunities include heading up our pre, during and post-construction departments and progressing into Project Engineer and Project Management Roles.
Training and support are provided where needed. Extra attention is given to candidates who have a proven track record in the fitout construction industry.
We are based in the City and Blacktown, NSW. We are offering a full-time position; this is NOT a 9-5 role!
If you are someone who likes a challenge, is self-starting, and wants to be the backbone of a professional, award-winning business, apply now to find out more!
NO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES PLEASE!
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- How many years' experience do you have as a site manager?
- Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of OH&S/WHS?