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      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Company Tier 3 group with 15+ projects in the field – education, local government, institutional, faith, sports & leisureLongstanding presence – 20+ years in VictoriaSuburban office location handy to much of the Eastern and Southeastern SuburbsThe RoleAs a Contracts Administrator with this company you will be teamed with one of this company’s talented Project Managers and will typically be working across 2-3 projects concurrently, depending upon their size and complexity. Your duties will include:Liaising with Clients & ContractorsNegotiating Subcontractor Quotations & PricesContract Drafting, Execution & ManagementCashflow, Project Budget Control and all reportingPreparation of weekly and monthly progress reports Progress Claims & Invoice PaymentsPrograming and Programme AnalysisProblem Solving with Clients, SubcontractorsRFI and Variation Coordination with all partiesDocument/Drawing register control Attending and Minuting MeetingsPreparing Operation and Maintenance ManualsExperience/Qualifications RequiredTertiary Qualifications in Construction Management or equivalentA track record at CA or PC level on commercial building projects gained over 2 or more years 🡪 you will have an solid grounding in cost controlStrong time management skills – you will be working on multiple projects concurrentlyAn ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with clients and project stakeholders whilst maintain business outcomes – this company has many repeat clients and subcontractorsWhats on Offer/How to Apply A salary package in the $75k-100k range dependent upon skills and experienceStrong mentorship and career development – minimal staff turnover with this group and have genuine opportunity to progress to PM in timeGreat offices with bar, social activities and genuinely enjoyable working environment Please apply online using the links below, or email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.au. For a confidential chat about these roles please contact Neil Powell on 03 9252 2124.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      The Company Tier 3 group with 15+ projects in the field – education, local government, institutional, faith, sports & leisureLongstanding presence – 20+ years in VictoriaSuburban office location handy to much of the Eastern and Southeastern SuburbsThe RoleAs a Contracts Administrator with this company you will be teamed with one of this company’s talented Project Managers and will typically be working across 2-3 projects concurrently, depending upon their size and complexity. Your duties will include:Liaising with Clients & ContractorsNegotiating Subcontractor Quotations & PricesContract Drafting, Execution & ManagementCashflow, Project Budget Control and all reportingPreparation of weekly and monthly progress reports Progress Claims & Invoice PaymentsPrograming and Programme AnalysisProblem Solving with Clients, SubcontractorsRFI and Variation Coordination with all partiesDocument/Drawing register control Attending and Minuting MeetingsPreparing Operation and Maintenance ManualsExperience/Qualifications RequiredTertiary Qualifications in Construction Management or equivalentA track record at CA or PC level on commercial building projects gained over 2 or more years 🡪 you will have an solid grounding in cost controlStrong time management skills – you will be working on multiple projects concurrentlyAn ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with clients and project stakeholders whilst maintain business outcomes – this company has many repeat clients and subcontractorsWhats on Offer/How to Apply A salary package in the $75k-100k range dependent upon skills and experienceStrong mentorship and career development – minimal staff turnover with this group and have genuine opportunity to progress to PM in timeGreat offices with bar, social activities and genuinely enjoyable working environment Please apply online using the links below, or email your application direct to neil.powell@randstad.com.au. For a confidential chat about these roles please contact Neil Powell on 03 9252 2124.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Vehicle, Phone, Laptop
      • full-time
      Project engineers / Site engineers Seeking multiple, experienced Project engineers / Site engineers to work for a top tier contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, UtilitIes and Highway projects across NSW The role My clients are offering an opportunity to join a progressive company in a full time capacity, essentially becoming a core part of the team on site so you will be entering into a very secure role. Their team is highly engaged, friendly and focused on working together to achieve their goals of delivering safe projects on time and on budget. Your key accountabilities will include (but will not be limited to):Coordinate and administer construction engineering activities to ensure that projects are implemented in accordance with plans, designs, and specificationsPrepare invoices – monthly or as project dictatedParticipate in weekly staff meetingsTraining – carryout new start induction training.Assist with the preparation of site construction budgets and reportsMonitor construction progress for adherence to programme and report to the Site Manager or Project ManagerInterpret designs and implementations in construction projectsContribute to improvements to existing designsDemonstrate financial management skills and commercial acumen when making decisionsManaging subcontract resources, negotiating rates and ensuring sub contractors and suppliers are compliant with relevant environmental/safety requirements;Assign work and assist with reviews for accuracy and adherence to required standardsExecute working knowledge of contractual and legislation relevant to the projectUndertake quantitative and qualitative safety, environmental, and quality risk assessment to ensure acceptable quality of structures and finishesAnalyse and use document and record management, progress, and project performance reporting compliance reporting Experience requiredSpecialist experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of Industry relevant tertiary qualifications in construction/civil/mechanical engineeringproject management.Minimum of 5 years in project engineering with project management knowledge and understanding with experience in the construction/heavy engineering sectorsCompetent in planning and organising work schedules and a demonstrated ability to deliver to timelinesWorking knowledge of HS&E requirementsSelf-confident and able to persuade, convince or impress others in order to gain their commitment and co-operation to a course of actionCompetent in understanding and promoting HS&E imperatives and proceduresSound negotiation and problem-solving skills, clear communication verbal and writtenBe a permanent resident of Australia In return you will getProfessional developmentBonus schemeWork on some of the most sought after projects across NSWGreat team cultureHealth Cover discount programFlu Vaccination Clinic and more....To apply, please send your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Project engineers / Site engineers Seeking multiple, experienced Project engineers / Site engineers to work for a top tier contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, UtilitIes and Highway projects across NSW The role My clients are offering an opportunity to join a progressive company in a full time capacity, essentially becoming a core part of the team on site so you will be entering into a very secure role. Their team is highly engaged, friendly and focused on working together to achieve their goals of delivering safe projects on time and on budget. Your key accountabilities will include (but will not be limited to):Coordinate and administer construction engineering activities to ensure that projects are implemented in accordance with plans, designs, and specificationsPrepare invoices – monthly or as project dictatedParticipate in weekly staff meetingsTraining – carryout new start induction training.Assist with the preparation of site construction budgets and reportsMonitor construction progress for adherence to programme and report to the Site Manager or Project ManagerInterpret designs and implementations in construction projectsContribute to improvements to existing designsDemonstrate financial management skills and commercial acumen when making decisionsManaging subcontract resources, negotiating rates and ensuring sub contractors and suppliers are compliant with relevant environmental/safety requirements;Assign work and assist with reviews for accuracy and adherence to required standardsExecute working knowledge of contractual and legislation relevant to the projectUndertake quantitative and qualitative safety, environmental, and quality risk assessment to ensure acceptable quality of structures and finishesAnalyse and use document and record management, progress, and project performance reporting compliance reporting Experience requiredSpecialist experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of Industry relevant tertiary qualifications in construction/civil/mechanical engineeringproject management.Minimum of 5 years in project engineering with project management knowledge and understanding with experience in the construction/heavy engineering sectorsCompetent in planning and organising work schedules and a demonstrated ability to deliver to timelinesWorking knowledge of HS&E requirementsSelf-confident and able to persuade, convince or impress others in order to gain their commitment and co-operation to a course of actionCompetent in understanding and promoting HS&E imperatives and proceduresSound negotiation and problem-solving skills, clear communication verbal and writtenBe a permanent resident of Australia In return you will getProfessional developmentBonus schemeWork on some of the most sought after projects across NSWGreat team cultureHealth Cover discount programFlu Vaccination Clinic and more....To apply, please send your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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