Project Managers

Posted 15 September 2022
LocationAuckland
Job type Permanent
DisciplineConstruction
Reference602178

Job description

The Company:

This award winning consultancy prides itself on delivering bespoke Project Management solutions to a range of private and public sector clients throughout the country, acting as the client's representatives throughout the project life cycle.

They have a wide range of projects across multiple sectors such as commercial, education, hotels, residential, and more. They are seeking a vibrant and experienced Intermediate Project Manager to contribute to the continued success of their dynamic team. 
  
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your skills and develop your career whilst working alongside industry experts in the commercial, residential, retail, education & healthcare sectors.
  
Responsibilities:
  • Create and execute project work plans and monitor compliance with project budgets and documents
  • Ensuring design specifications are being met during the construction process
  • Understand cost-to-completion projections and make decisions accordingly
  • Effectively manage project risk through mitigation planning
  • Work with Senior Project Managers on project progress and cost status
  • Monitor and report against the implemented health and safety plan
  • Attend design meetings and support design development co-ordination and decisions 
  • Ensure efficiency, quality and affordability across the design and installation of all essential systems
The ideal candidate will have:
  • 4-6 years previous experience within the construction industry 
  • Relevant qualification such as engineer, architecture and building science  
  • Knowledge of NZ build methodology
  • Meticulous knowledge of the project life cycle 
  • Technical and detail focused 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
If this role interests you please apply now or feel free to reach out to Sasha Cunningham by dropping her an email - sasha@assemblerecruit.com for further information.