Senior Project Manager Industrial D&c Projects, Melbourne, Clearcompany

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Senior Project Manager Industrial D&c Projects, Melbourne, Clearcompany
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior project manager industrial d&c projects

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Due to the ongoing growth in the Industrial building sector, this National builder seeks a Senior Project Manager with Industrial experience.
What's in it for you?
Base salary on offer from $220k - $270k package
Secure a long-term pipeline of work
Forge fantastic relationships with a number of medium and large-scale developers
Lead and mentor quality teams of CA's and Site Managers
The Opportunity
Reporting to the State Manager, you will be working with a wide variety of Developers within this market sector, offering bespoke consulting services suited to their individual project needs.
Managing clients, relationships, and projects - your role will be all-encompassing across each or every stage of the project lifecycle, or to provide a specific service, based on the nature of the Developer's needs.
The Builder
This well-established commercial and industrial builder has successfully delivered almost $2 billion in value of a wide variety of high-quality projects for over 100 clients locally and internationally.
They have been in the business for almost 20 years, and have designed and developed projects across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide.
The company has a strong reputation in the construction industry and boasts strong national client relationships across Australia, as well as internationally, delivering a number of projects across the industrial, retail, and commercial construction space.
With a strong and supportive management team, they offer one of the most stable work environments within their space, which is evidenced in their low staff turnover.
Are you suitable?
If you are looking for a fresh new challenging Senior Project Manager role, you will be considered suitable if you have the following abilities:
Experience working for a Head Contractor in the Industrial building sector
An ability to work closely and efficiently with co-workers, clients, and consultants
Comfortable working across multiple projects at one time and managing teams of CA's and Site Managers.
We are seeking someone with a strong commitment to doing a good job, being thorough, and being part of a team - delivering good outcomes on good projects.
Must have experience in delivering industrial or commercial projects highly sought after, particularly delivering projects in excess of $20M+.
How to apply
If you have a resume ready to send, forward it to Martin Preece by email at or simply click on the 'apply now' tab for this advert and attach your resume.
Or, if you would like a confidential discussion regarding this job before committing to the role - call Martin on
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