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      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Laptop, car, fuel card, company perks
      • full-time
      The FirmEstablished in the 80’s this reputable builder has consistently dazzled its envied competitors with its ability to over achieve in all facets of their work. From complex intricate projects on Industrial Complexes to Not-for-Profit Government projects, commercial fit out and luxury dwellings as a Mid tier builder they are very much a solid identity within the Sydney build space.From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to major D&C build project’s, hold’s them very much in a sought after position, allowing them to enter niche markets and to continuously evolve.Doubling in size since before the Pandemic, and with 4 x recent new hires, they have requested Randstad (preferred agency) to continue to help them grow further. As agency of choice it is our commitment to appoint 2 x further savvy, influential, vibrant commercially astute contract administrator’s at both Mid and Senior Levels to their teams.About the rolesWith high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Director’s and designated Project Manager daily. You will be a focused negotiator , managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for Mixed Commercial and Residential Project’s over $5 million AUD. They build mixed and interesting projects including Aged care, Infrastructure, Industrial complexes, luxury dwellings, commercial new build, fit outs and Not-for-profit government projects.Duties: Progress claim assistance, external variations, preparation of subcontractor packages.Reviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontracts.Administering RFI’s.Preparing subcontract package’s (scopes, procurement and scheduling)Skills and ExperienceYou will have over 3 year’s plus experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on mixed projects over $5 million.Degree qualified in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.A thirst for challenge, energy to over achieves, and vision to exceed / fast track up the ranks quickly. (Junior PM / PM fast track on offer)Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for one of the most Premier and envied Builders in the Sydney arena on project’s that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating family events and more a work life balance. You can also expect an excellent salary, and many company perks exclusive to this organisation. To Apply:To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At 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 FirmEstablished in the 80’s this reputable builder has consistently dazzled its envied competitors with its ability to over achieve in all facets of their work. From complex intricate projects on Industrial Complexes to Not-for-Profit Government projects, commercial fit out and luxury dwellings as a Mid tier builder they are very much a solid identity within the Sydney build space.From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to major D&C build project’s, hold’s them very much in a sought after position, allowing them to enter niche markets and to continuously evolve.Doubling in size since before the Pandemic, and with 4 x recent new hires, they have requested Randstad (preferred agency) to continue to help them grow further. As agency of choice it is our commitment to appoint 2 x further savvy, influential, vibrant commercially astute contract administrator’s at both Mid and Senior Levels to their teams.About the rolesWith high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Director’s and designated Project Manager daily. You will be a focused negotiator , managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for Mixed Commercial and Residential Project’s over $5 million AUD. They build mixed and interesting projects including Aged care, Infrastructure, Industrial complexes, luxury dwellings, commercial new build, fit outs and Not-for-profit government projects.Duties: Progress claim assistance, external variations, preparation of subcontractor packages.Reviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontracts.Administering RFI’s.Preparing subcontract package’s (scopes, procurement and scheduling)Skills and ExperienceYou will have over 3 year’s plus experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on mixed projects over $5 million.Degree qualified in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.A thirst for challenge, energy to over achieves, and vision to exceed / fast track up the ranks quickly. (Junior PM / PM fast track on offer)Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for one of the most Premier and envied Builders in the Sydney arena on project’s that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating family events and more a work life balance. You can also expect an excellent salary, and many company perks exclusive to this organisation. To Apply:To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At 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$150,000 - AU$200,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Company:This award winning builder is established, profitable and has a solid reputation to deliver they are focussed and driven with winning many awards within their respective niche, for large clients including Sydney Trains, Public works and major retail outlets. The Role:This role is specifically for a Site Manager to work as part of a collaborative site team, assisting in the delivery and sub contractor management for a School programme. As a result of the scheme being in its earliest phase this offers the successful foreperson a chance to gain exposure to the full project lifecycle.You will be a driven outgoing Site Manager /General Foreman looking to succeed quickly, progressing and impressing the Project Manager. Ideally you will have direct experience working on School projects over $2 million, for recognised Sydney competitors. Duties & Project Scope:The role is an immediate start, Contractors are welcome to apply but will be paid directly by our client.Duties include, supervising concrete pours, pushing the stubbies and effectively managing safety in accordance to the client. You will also be responsible for: Preparing programmesAdherence to BCA standardsSite Inspections, establishment and testing.Daily and Monthly reportingOH&SSubcontractor site InductionsManaging onsite issuesWorking to deadlines, contract and project time frames. Skills and Experience:You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.You will have a minimum of 3 year’s experience working on similar projectsExceptional Communication skillsA “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach. Culture:This firm is much focussed in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Well being is also very much key to their success, their staff are very positive, taking things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances. Benefits:In return you can expect a generous salary, and the opportunity based on your performance to gain bonus and promotion up the ranks.They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events How to applyAt Randstad we are the preferred supplier for this firm we have been requested to short list with immediate effect. To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301 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:This award winning builder is established, profitable and has a solid reputation to deliver they are focussed and driven with winning many awards within their respective niche, for large clients including Sydney Trains, Public works and major retail outlets. The Role:This role is specifically for a Site Manager to work as part of a collaborative site team, assisting in the delivery and sub contractor management for a School programme. As a result of the scheme being in its earliest phase this offers the successful foreperson a chance to gain exposure to the full project lifecycle.You will be a driven outgoing Site Manager /General Foreman looking to succeed quickly, progressing and impressing the Project Manager. Ideally you will have direct experience working on School projects over $2 million, for recognised Sydney competitors. Duties & Project Scope:The role is an immediate start, Contractors are welcome to apply but will be paid directly by our client.Duties include, supervising concrete pours, pushing the stubbies and effectively managing safety in accordance to the client. You will also be responsible for: Preparing programmesAdherence to BCA standardsSite Inspections, establishment and testing.Daily and Monthly reportingOH&SSubcontractor site InductionsManaging onsite issuesWorking to deadlines, contract and project time frames. Skills and Experience:You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.You will have a minimum of 3 year’s experience working on similar projectsExceptional Communication skillsA “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach. Culture:This firm is much focussed in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Well being is also very much key to their success, their staff are very positive, taking things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances. Benefits:In return you can expect a generous salary, and the opportunity based on your performance to gain bonus and promotion up the ranks.They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events How to applyAt Randstad we are the preferred supplier for this firm we have been requested to short list with immediate effect. To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301 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$150,000 - AU$220,000 per year
      • full-time
      The Company:The 1st quarter of 2022 has completed, and already this smaller mid tier builder is embracing a solid start to this years portfolio. In 2021 this firm had a highly successful year doubling its profit margins and developing new core teams to their business. From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to medium D&C build project’s ($500,00 to $40 Million), hold’s them very much in a sought after position in Sydney, allowing them to enter niche market’s and to continuously evolve.This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible. The roleAs a driven Project Manager you will report directly into the Managing Director and will run multiple projects with 3 x Site Managers directly reporting to you. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site, as well as site managers for the delivery of mixed commercial projects that range from $500,000 to $40 million AUD.The role requires liaising with sub contractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own, as well as the support to be developed long term. Projects consist of: New Build & Full Fit Out from the Ground up.Educational dwellings (Schools and Uni's)Child Care CentresMedical Extensions Hospitality – High end hotel chains, restaurants Supermarkets H&M (doing our first one in Townsville) Scentre Group (Westfield) Best and Less Dan Murphys Type of Work: Fit out to cold shellsFit out to warm shells (very few)Renovations/ExtensionsExtensions into adjoining tenancies (in shopping centres)Front, side and rear extensions on standalone buildingsNew build construction Key responsibilities Deliver projects from $100,000 up to $20 million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure project is delivered on time and on cost.Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. Duties:You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million.Skills and ExperienceRecord of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. CultureThis employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.How to apply:Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON or please email your cv to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 0412 872 301 for a confidential discussion about the position.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:The 1st quarter of 2022 has completed, and already this smaller mid tier builder is embracing a solid start to this years portfolio. In 2021 this firm had a highly successful year doubling its profit margins and developing new core teams to their business. From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to medium D&C build project’s ($500,00 to $40 Million), hold’s them very much in a sought after position in Sydney, allowing them to enter niche market’s and to continuously evolve.This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible. The roleAs a driven Project Manager you will report directly into the Managing Director and will run multiple projects with 3 x Site Managers directly reporting to you. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site, as well as site managers for the delivery of mixed commercial projects that range from $500,000 to $40 million AUD.The role requires liaising with sub contractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own, as well as the support to be developed long term. Projects consist of: New Build & Full Fit Out from the Ground up.Educational dwellings (Schools and Uni's)Child Care CentresMedical Extensions Hospitality – High end hotel chains, restaurants Supermarkets H&M (doing our first one in Townsville) Scentre Group (Westfield) Best and Less Dan Murphys Type of Work: Fit out to cold shellsFit out to warm shells (very few)Renovations/ExtensionsExtensions into adjoining tenancies (in shopping centres)Front, side and rear extensions on standalone buildingsNew build construction Key responsibilities Deliver projects from $100,000 up to $20 million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure project is delivered on time and on cost.Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. Duties:You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million.Skills and ExperienceRecord of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. CultureThis employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.How to apply:Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON or please email your cv to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 0412 872 301 for a confidential discussion about the position.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
      • full-time
      OrganisationRandstads client is a major build company and is looking for a Residential HSE Advisor to join them and work on a major build projects in Sydney New South Wales. This amazing company prides itself on their ability to finish projects above standard and working collaboratively as a team. The Residential Division is made up of Master Planned Communities, Apartments, Design, Sales & Marketing, Finance and Operations. In the Residential sector, the company stands firmly at the forefront of innovation and quality, creating exceptional living environments in the best locations in Australia's capital cities. There is great opportunity to grow with in a company that is rapidly growing themselves.PositionThe Health Safety Environment Advisor is responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager Residential during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business (excluding Construction) to continually develop the business's HSE culture. This is an excellent opportunity with a company that puts their people first. The position is based in Sydney CBD and will involve daily interactions with key HSE and operational stakeholders. RequirementsRelevant Qualifications in Work, Health & Safety or equivalentSimilar experience as a safety professional in a similar roleExcellent written and verbal communication skillsIntermediate to advanced MS Office skillsEffective organisation and time management skillsProactive attitude and results orientatedAustralian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in NSW Benefits & Next Steps Exciting opportunity for an experienced safety professional to join this well- known organisation.Work alongside the National HSE Manager who is well respected in the industry.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.
      OrganisationRandstads client is a major build company and is looking for a Residential HSE Advisor to join them and work on a major build projects in Sydney New South Wales. This amazing company prides itself on their ability to finish projects above standard and working collaboratively as a team. The Residential Division is made up of Master Planned Communities, Apartments, Design, Sales & Marketing, Finance and Operations. In the Residential sector, the company stands firmly at the forefront of innovation and quality, creating exceptional living environments in the best locations in Australia's capital cities. There is great opportunity to grow with in a company that is rapidly growing themselves.PositionThe Health Safety Environment Advisor is responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager Residential during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business (excluding Construction) to continually develop the business's HSE culture. This is an excellent opportunity with a company that puts their people first. The position is based in Sydney CBD and will involve daily interactions with key HSE and operational stakeholders. RequirementsRelevant Qualifications in Work, Health & Safety or equivalentSimilar experience as a safety professional in a similar roleExcellent written and verbal communication skillsIntermediate to advanced MS Office skillsEffective organisation and time management skillsProactive attitude and results orientatedAustralian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in NSW Benefits & Next Steps Exciting opportunity for an experienced safety professional to join this well- known organisation.Work alongside the National HSE Manager who is well respected in the industry.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$34.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, + Overtime & allowances
      • full-time
      Client OverviewRandstad is working with a top tier client in the construction industry to source concrete laborers for on-going work. Ideally the successful candidate will have at least 1 years of experience working as a laborer.What's on offer?Ongoing employment $36 p/h / 10 hour days plus overtime penalty rates Work with an industry leading client!Other benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsMinimum of 1 years’ experience laboring/construction industry Physically fit with a strong work ethicConcreting experience prefered Must have white card Strong communicationProactive and a strong team playerAll candidates must be able to pass pre employment medicals and will be subject to regular drug & alcohol testing.To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to vincent.dirita@randstad.com.au , or call Vince on 0411 505 212 for more information. 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.
      Client OverviewRandstad is working with a top tier client in the construction industry to source concrete laborers for on-going work. Ideally the successful candidate will have at least 1 years of experience working as a laborer.What's on offer?Ongoing employment $36 p/h / 10 hour days plus overtime penalty rates Work with an industry leading client!Other benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsMinimum of 1 years’ experience laboring/construction industry Physically fit with a strong work ethicConcreting experience prefered Must have white card Strong communicationProactive and a strong team playerAll candidates must be able to pass pre employment medicals and will be subject to regular drug & alcohol testing.To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to vincent.dirita@randstad.com.au , or call Vince on 0411 505 212 for more information. 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$140,000 - AU$200,000, per year, Laptop, car, fuel card, company perks
      • full-time
      Company Profile An opportunity to join a well established Mid Tier Australian construction company seeking to expand its already solid footprint in NSW. As part of a team you will have exposure to a range of High-end projects valued from $2- $50 million.Join a company which prides itself on the quality of its work and its strong team culture. As a company, they are vibrant, dynamic, team oriented with a well regarded reputation for delivering quality projects on budget and time.As a contracts administrator you will join a company with a steady portfolio of upcoming projects which cross the marketplace from residential to commercial. Responsibilities Assist in project co-ordination and program scheduling for multiple project schemes.Assist with estimates and tender submissions, budget and project pricing, preparing tender documents, fee proposals, scopes, procurement; project works administration and contract finalisation. Assist in preparation of project budgets, subcontract agreements, progress claims and variations.Assist with Resource planning, including administering project costs in line with standards and procedures. Be client facing and involved in meetings.Provide general assistance to project managers. Skills and experience of the Contracts Administrator 4 Years plus experience as a Contracts Administrator.Good attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication skillsInitiative and be goal-orientedYou must be a team playerAmbitious and interested in company growthStrong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel.JOBPAC, TIMBERLINE, C.H.E.O.P.S, PROCORE proficiency. Knowledge of QHSE, WH&S, Hazardous materials and associated documentation. Benefits Permanent position Salary of $150,000 - $200,000 (Dependant on Experience)Immediate startCareer Progression and Fast Track to PM.Established company with great pipeline of workHow to apply for the roleTo apply for this role press the apply button now. Or to discuss your next career move in confidence, please call Hannah Lovelock 0412 872 301 and email hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Company Profile An opportunity to join a well established Mid Tier Australian construction company seeking to expand its already solid footprint in NSW. As part of a team you will have exposure to a range of High-end projects valued from $2- $50 million.Join a company which prides itself on the quality of its work and its strong team culture. As a company, they are vibrant, dynamic, team oriented with a well regarded reputation for delivering quality projects on budget and time.As a contracts administrator you will join a company with a steady portfolio of upcoming projects which cross the marketplace from residential to commercial. Responsibilities Assist in project co-ordination and program scheduling for multiple project schemes.Assist with estimates and tender submissions, budget and project pricing, preparing tender documents, fee proposals, scopes, procurement; project works administration and contract finalisation. Assist in preparation of project budgets, subcontract agreements, progress claims and variations.Assist with Resource planning, including administering project costs in line with standards and procedures. Be client facing and involved in meetings.Provide general assistance to project managers. Skills and experience of the Contracts Administrator 4 Years plus experience as a Contracts Administrator.Good attention to detail.Excellent written and verbal communication skillsInitiative and be goal-orientedYou must be a team playerAmbitious and interested in company growthStrong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel.JOBPAC, TIMBERLINE, C.H.E.O.P.S, PROCORE proficiency. Knowledge of QHSE, WH&S, Hazardous materials and associated documentation. Benefits Permanent position Salary of $150,000 - $200,000 (Dependant on Experience)Immediate startCareer Progression and Fast Track to PM.Established company with great pipeline of workHow to apply for the roleTo apply for this role press the apply button now. Or to discuss your next career move in confidence, please call Hannah Lovelock 0412 872 301 and email hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.auAt 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$141,000 - AU$175,000 per year
      • full-time
      About the companyThis Mid Tier firm is set to break there best year of profit margins in 2022 and have been awarded a string of Industrial & Commercial projects in Sydney and Coastal NSW, including in a storage facility and a school. In Coastal NSW they have won a new build and fit out of a Health Care / Ambulance station (accommodation will be helped by the client) duration around 17 weeks.They are recognised in NSW for their consistent delivery, positive approach, and high staff retention level. People want to work for them, reputable, established, financially buoyant with a full order book into 2022. The key to their success is their motivated staff and therefore they are very selective with whom the employ and invest in.About the roleAs one of their Site Managers you will be expected to take full ownership of the project supervising site activities and delegating as necessary. Ideally you will have an allround capability, understanding structural elements, carpentry / joinery elements and fit out elements of a New build Commercial project, and ideally have a seasoned portfolio working on similar build projects over “$2 million AUD” in the Local Sydney or Coastal NSW arena. About the ProjectsThey are very well known for building exceptional projects, Manufacturing outlets, Warehouses, Medium density Residential, Storage facility's, University and School upgrades plus many mixed government contracts including, health care, aged care, fire station's and ambulance station upgrades. Duties:Preparing programmesAdherence to BCA standardsSite Inspections, establishment and testing.Daily and Monthly reportingOH&SSubcontractor site InductionsClient CareManaging on-site issuesWorking to deadlines, contract and project time frames. Skills and ExperienceYou will have a minimum of 4 year’s experience working on similar projects.Trade Qualified in Carpentry and Joinery or Brick Laying.You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget.Exceptional Communication skillsA “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach. CultureThis firm is very focused in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion as well as maintaining their staff, keeping them all very positive, take things in their stride and seeing the humorous side, even in pressurised circumstances. BenefitsIn return you can expect a generous salary package or hourly rate leading to a permanent salary once proven, and the opportunity based on your performance to fast track to Project Management and work full time on a permanent Salary. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events. How to applyTo apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301 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.
      About the companyThis Mid Tier firm is set to break there best year of profit margins in 2022 and have been awarded a string of Industrial & Commercial projects in Sydney and Coastal NSW, including in a storage facility and a school. In Coastal NSW they have won a new build and fit out of a Health Care / Ambulance station (accommodation will be helped by the client) duration around 17 weeks.They are recognised in NSW for their consistent delivery, positive approach, and high staff retention level. People want to work for them, reputable, established, financially buoyant with a full order book into 2022. The key to their success is their motivated staff and therefore they are very selective with whom the employ and invest in.About the roleAs one of their Site Managers you will be expected to take full ownership of the project supervising site activities and delegating as necessary. Ideally you will have an allround capability, understanding structural elements, carpentry / joinery elements and fit out elements of a New build Commercial project, and ideally have a seasoned portfolio working on similar build projects over “$2 million AUD” in the Local Sydney or Coastal NSW arena. About the ProjectsThey are very well known for building exceptional projects, Manufacturing outlets, Warehouses, Medium density Residential, Storage facility's, University and School upgrades plus many mixed government contracts including, health care, aged care, fire station's and ambulance station upgrades. Duties:Preparing programmesAdherence to BCA standardsSite Inspections, establishment and testing.Daily and Monthly reportingOH&SSubcontractor site InductionsClient CareManaging on-site issuesWorking to deadlines, contract and project time frames. Skills and ExperienceYou will have a minimum of 4 year’s experience working on similar projects.Trade Qualified in Carpentry and Joinery or Brick Laying.You will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget.Exceptional Communication skillsA “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach. CultureThis firm is very focused in their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion as well as maintaining their staff, keeping them all very positive, take things in their stride and seeing the humorous side, even in pressurised circumstances. BenefitsIn return you can expect a generous salary package or hourly rate leading to a permanent salary once proven, and the opportunity based on your performance to fast track to Project Management and work full time on a permanent Salary. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events. How to applyTo apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301 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$130,000 - AU$140,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
      • full-time
      Opportunity to work with an industry leader to deliver civil projectsCompetitive salary package and opportunity for career growthZero harm safety focused cultureThe company: Industry leading civil contractor within the roadworks and earthworks space across NSW. Key contracts are mainly with local councils where they have built a reputation on delivering successful projects with a tight knit team. The role is starting as soon as possible and is offered as a permanent or contract.The role:Supervise and coordinate site works, including staff, subcontractors, plant and materialsSupervise works delivered by in-house crews and specialist contractorsWork closely with the Project Manager to ensure projects are set up for success from the startEnsure effective application of systems, procedures and plans including qualityMonitor team health and provide feedback from staff and contractors on the team culture.Ensure compliance with legislative and the Integrated Management Plan, across Safety, Quality and Environmental matters in all areas of the operationWhat you will need to be successful in the position: Over 3 years experience as a Supervisor working on roads and other civil projectsProven commitment to leading safety, quality and environmental compliance on siteGood on-site problem solving expertiseA sound understanding of civil construction methodologies and standardsStrong management capabilities with the ability to lead from the frontIdeally you will have an appropriate trade certificatesWhat you will get in return:Personal development and career growthZero harm safety focused cultureGreat team cultureApply directly or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss similar opportunities. puiyee.thye@randstad.com.au - 0422 038 231At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity to work with an industry leader to deliver civil projectsCompetitive salary package and opportunity for career growthZero harm safety focused cultureThe company: Industry leading civil contractor within the roadworks and earthworks space across NSW. Key contracts are mainly with local councils where they have built a reputation on delivering successful projects with a tight knit team. The role is starting as soon as possible and is offered as a permanent or contract.The role:Supervise and coordinate site works, including staff, subcontractors, plant and materialsSupervise works delivered by in-house crews and specialist contractorsWork closely with the Project Manager to ensure projects are set up for success from the startEnsure effective application of systems, procedures and plans including qualityMonitor team health and provide feedback from staff and contractors on the team culture.Ensure compliance with legislative and the Integrated Management Plan, across Safety, Quality and Environmental matters in all areas of the operationWhat you will need to be successful in the position: Over 3 years experience as a Supervisor working on roads and other civil projectsProven commitment to leading safety, quality and environmental compliance on siteGood on-site problem solving expertiseA sound understanding of civil construction methodologies and standardsStrong management capabilities with the ability to lead from the frontIdeally you will have an appropriate trade certificatesWhat you will get in return:Personal development and career growthZero harm safety focused cultureGreat team cultureApply directly or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss similar opportunities. puiyee.thye@randstad.com.au - 0422 038 231At 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$160,000 - AU$200,000, per year, Vehicle, Phone, Laptop
      • full-time
      Project engineers / Site engineers Seeking multiple, experienced Project engineers / Site engineers to work for a top tier head civil contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, Civil Infrastructure 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 accountability's 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 engineering project 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 head civil contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, Civil Infrastructure 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 accountability's 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 engineering project 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.
      • 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 leading civil contractor experts in delivering 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 reportingExperience requiredSpecialist experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of Industry relevant tertiary qualifications in construction/civil/mechanical engineeringproject management.Competent in planning and organising work schedules and a demonstrated ability to deliver to timelinesSelf-confident and able to persuade, convince or impress others in order to gain their commitment and co-Competent in understanding and promoting HS&E imperatives and proceduresSound negotiation and problem-solving skills, clear communication verbal and writtenBe a permanent resident of AustraliaIn return you will getProfessional developmentWork on some of the most sought after projects across NSWGreat team cultureTo 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 leading civil contractor experts in delivering 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 reportingExperience requiredSpecialist experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of Industry relevant tertiary qualifications in construction/civil/mechanical engineeringproject management.Competent in planning and organising work schedules and a demonstrated ability to deliver to timelinesSelf-confident and able to persuade, convince or impress others in order to gain their commitment and co-Competent in understanding and promoting HS&E imperatives and proceduresSound negotiation and problem-solving skills, clear communication verbal and writtenBe a permanent resident of AustraliaIn return you will getProfessional developmentWork on some of the most sought after projects across NSWGreat team cultureTo 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$160,000 - AU$180,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
      • full-time
      Opportunity to work with an industry leader to deliver key projectsWork for an organization that invests in your career developmentCompetitive salary package and flexible working optionsDue to an expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, a well-established civil contractor working on some of the biggest infrastructure projects across NSW is seeking an experienced Project Engineer to deliver a diverse range of awarded projects (earthworks, drainage, roads and subdivisions).About the roleMonitor project progress in terms of quality, timeliness and budgets including regular program review and report to the Project ManagerDemonstrate financial management skills and commercial acumen when making decisionsProvide active professional direction to supervise management of works contracts, monitor contractor progress and effectively negotiate variations, claims and other issuesPrepare scope of works, and effectively manage commercial arrangements or sub-contractorsManage consultant, subcontractor & supplier procurement, ensuring comprehensive scope of works are prepared and included in the tender documentationManage and mentor a team of project, site and graduate engineersDemonstrate sound people management skills by managing work and performance of subcontractors to achieve outcomesDirectly influence the safety culture through the promotion of safe work practices To be successful in the role you will possess Demonstrated experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of project managementStrong communication and negotiation skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior stakeholders, subject matter experts and technical teams across the sectorPrevious experience working on major civil infrastructure projects in earthworks, drainage, roads and subdivisionsTertiary Degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering with relevant years of experience in the construction industryApply now or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss similar opportunities - 0422 038 231 / puiyee.thye@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity to work with an industry leader to deliver key projectsWork for an organization that invests in your career developmentCompetitive salary package and flexible working optionsDue to an expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, a well-established civil contractor working on some of the biggest infrastructure projects across NSW is seeking an experienced Project Engineer to deliver a diverse range of awarded projects (earthworks, drainage, roads and subdivisions).About the roleMonitor project progress in terms of quality, timeliness and budgets including regular program review and report to the Project ManagerDemonstrate financial management skills and commercial acumen when making decisionsProvide active professional direction to supervise management of works contracts, monitor contractor progress and effectively negotiate variations, claims and other issuesPrepare scope of works, and effectively manage commercial arrangements or sub-contractorsManage consultant, subcontractor & supplier procurement, ensuring comprehensive scope of works are prepared and included in the tender documentationManage and mentor a team of project, site and graduate engineersDemonstrate sound people management skills by managing work and performance of subcontractors to achieve outcomesDirectly influence the safety culture through the promotion of safe work practices To be successful in the role you will possess Demonstrated experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of project managementStrong communication and negotiation skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior stakeholders, subject matter experts and technical teams across the sectorPrevious experience working on major civil infrastructure projects in earthworks, drainage, roads and subdivisionsTertiary Degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering with relevant years of experience in the construction industryApply now or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss similar opportunities - 0422 038 231 / puiyee.thye@randstad.com.auAt 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
      • full-time
      The Company:A highly sought after builder whom consistently over achieves and dazzles competitors in their niche “Retail” space. They over perform for their clients, driving and delivering short and long term projects for major supermarket chains, liquor outlets and large shops out the door, on time and well within Budget. They are a Builder that construction professionals want to have in their career timeline/resume, as they hold one of the highest staff retention levels, in a buzzing competitive market From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to major project’s, hold’s them very much in a pole position, allowing them to enter niche market’s and to continuously evolve.With major project focus in the Commercial New Build and Retail Fit Out space, they are looking to appoint a savvy, influential, vibrant and commercially astute contract administrator’s at both Mid and Senior Level to their teams.The Role:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Director’s and designated Project Manager daily. You will be focussed negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for Mixed Commercial, Residential or Fit Out Projects over $5 million AUD.Key Responsibilities:Progress claim assistance, external variations, preparation of subcontractor packages.Reviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontracts.Administering RFI’s.Preparing subcontract package’s (scopes, procurement and scheduling).To be Successful:You will have over 3 year’s plus experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on mixed projects over $1 million.Have worked for an Australian Recognised Building Contractor.Degree qualified in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.A thirst for challenge, energy to over achieve with vision to exceed and fast track up the ranks quickly. (Junior PM / PM fast track on offer)Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for one of the most impressive and envied Building Contractor’s in the Sydney arena on project’s that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating family events and more a work life balance. You can also expect an excellent hourly rate, long term contract and option to go permanent should both parties desire.To Apply:To apply or discuss in confidence, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock – 02 9233 9909 Email: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.auAt 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:A highly sought after builder whom consistently over achieves and dazzles competitors in their niche “Retail” space. They over perform for their clients, driving and delivering short and long term projects for major supermarket chains, liquor outlets and large shops out the door, on time and well within Budget. They are a Builder that construction professionals want to have in their career timeline/resume, as they hold one of the highest staff retention levels, in a buzzing competitive market From concept through to completion their depth and knowledge of successfully, winning small to major project’s, hold’s them very much in a pole position, allowing them to enter niche market’s and to continuously evolve.With major project focus in the Commercial New Build and Retail Fit Out space, they are looking to appoint a savvy, influential, vibrant and commercially astute contract administrator’s at both Mid and Senior Level to their teams.The Role:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Director’s and designated Project Manager daily. You will be focussed negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for Mixed Commercial, Residential or Fit Out Projects over $5 million AUD.Key Responsibilities:Progress claim assistance, external variations, preparation of subcontractor packages.Reviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontracts.Administering RFI’s.Preparing subcontract package’s (scopes, procurement and scheduling).To be Successful:You will have over 3 year’s plus experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on mixed projects over $1 million.Have worked for an Australian Recognised Building Contractor.Degree qualified in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.A thirst for challenge, energy to over achieve with vision to exceed and fast track up the ranks quickly. (Junior PM / PM fast track on offer)Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for one of the most impressive and envied Building Contractor’s in the Sydney arena on project’s that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating family events and more a work life balance. You can also expect an excellent hourly rate, long term contract and option to go permanent should both parties desire.To Apply:To apply or discuss in confidence, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock – 02 9233 9909 Email: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.auAt 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
      • full-time
      About the companyThis well established Australian construction firm specialises in mixed commercial projects through out Sydney and Regional NSW. From New Build and fit-out and refurbishment projects in Retail - to building from the ground up Aged Care, Schools, Universities and Railway stations.With a desire to deliver the best projects in there skilled remit, they plan to continue growth into other sectors, setting a high standard for the industry and to competitors.Project values vary from $3 million up to $50 million, and a strong team environment means that you will stick with a team and the project throughout the project life cycle.. This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible. The roleAs a driven Project Manager you will report directly into the Managing Director and will run multiple projects with 3 x Site Managers directly reporting to you. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site as well as site managers for the delivery of projects.The role requires liaising with sub contractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own, as well as the support to be developed long term.Work consists of:New Build & Full Fit Out from the Ground up.Educational dwellings (Schools and Uni's)Aged Care / Senior LivingMedical / HospitalsPolice StationsGymsIndustrial WarehouseRail StationsRetail: Type of Work:Fit out to cold shellsFit out to warm shells (very few)Renovations/ExtensionsExtensions into adjoining tenancies (in shopping centres)Front, side and rear extensions on standalone buildingsNew build constructionExtensions and additions Key responsibilities Deliver multiple projects from $500,000 up to $40million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure project is delivered on time and on cost.Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. Duties:You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million. Skills and ExperienceRecord of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. CultureThis employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.How to apply:Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON or please email your cv to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 02 9233 9909 for a confidential discussion about the position. 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.
      About the companyThis well established Australian construction firm specialises in mixed commercial projects through out Sydney and Regional NSW. From New Build and fit-out and refurbishment projects in Retail - to building from the ground up Aged Care, Schools, Universities and Railway stations.With a desire to deliver the best projects in there skilled remit, they plan to continue growth into other sectors, setting a high standard for the industry and to competitors.Project values vary from $3 million up to $50 million, and a strong team environment means that you will stick with a team and the project throughout the project life cycle.. This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible. The roleAs a driven Project Manager you will report directly into the Managing Director and will run multiple projects with 3 x Site Managers directly reporting to you. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site as well as site managers for the delivery of projects.The role requires liaising with sub contractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own, as well as the support to be developed long term.Work consists of:New Build & Full Fit Out from the Ground up.Educational dwellings (Schools and Uni's)Aged Care / Senior LivingMedical / HospitalsPolice StationsGymsIndustrial WarehouseRail StationsRetail: Type of Work:Fit out to cold shellsFit out to warm shells (very few)Renovations/ExtensionsExtensions into adjoining tenancies (in shopping centres)Front, side and rear extensions on standalone buildingsNew build constructionExtensions and additions Key responsibilities Deliver multiple projects from $500,000 up to $40million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure project is delivered on time and on cost.Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. Duties:You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million. Skills and ExperienceRecord of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. CultureThis employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.How to apply:Click the APPLY FOR THIS JOB BUTTON or please email your cv to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 02 9233 9909 for a confidential discussion about the position. 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$140,000 - AU$170,000, per year, Vehicle, Phone, Laptop
      • full-time
      Project engineers / Site engineers Seeking multiple, experienced Project engineers / Site engineers to work for a top tier head civil contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, Civil Infrastructure 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 accountability's 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 engineering project 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 head civil contractor who are industry leaders within Roadworks, Earthworks, Civil Infrastructure 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 accountability's 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 engineering project 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$160,000 per year
      • full-time
      Contracts AdministratorAbout the companyDue to continued growth an Industry leading, national top tier civil contractor are offering an exciting opportunity for a Contracts Administrator to work on one of Sydney's current "Major Projects". This $170mil project is set to be Australia's largest freight infrastructure project to date with the scope of works being - clearing, bulk earthworks, earth retaining structures, stormwater and drainage, access roads. Being leaders within the civil space for over 40 years, this head contractor is renowned for delivering some of the most sought after projects across the country. They aim to provide a dynamic environment where their people can thrive within a diverse and exciting atmosphere. About the rolePrepare and review tender packages to subcontractorsHead contract and subcontractor administration including assessment of progress claims, variations and issuance of payment certificatesPrepare monthly reports to provide accurate details of the project's financial status including cost to complete reports, tender analysis for each subcontractor prior to appointmentMaintain proactive and positive relationships with client, subcontractors, consultants and suppliers while negotiating and managing the head contract and subcontractors for the projectManage all reporting required by the client, including status reporting, project reports, program reporting, risk reporting, ensuring all reporting has sufficient content and is submitted on time.Negotiate subcontractor contract prices, conditions and prepare final contract documents.Implementation and support of subcontract management processesCommercial review of Head Contracts and AgreementsAssess, approve and process subcontract Payment Claims and Supplier Invoices as required.Prepare bill of quantities for material orderPrepare project cash flows and update on a regular basis.Prepare and submit timely and accurate Progress Claims and VariationsPrepare and review monthly Cost Reports to track target and forecast final costs.To succeed in this role you must of Demonstrated experience as a Contracts Administrator within a construction/engineering environment for a head contractorStrong understanding and experience in a range of complex contracts ideally on projectsKnowledge in current computer packages MS Word (Intermediate), Excel (Intermediate), MS Access, MS Outlook requiredExperience with and understanding of Company procurement and commercial processes and proceduresExperience with and understanding of financial/cost/project management system and processesDemonstrated understanding of Client head contract documents (relevant State authorities)A strong ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders and subcontractorsTertiary qualifications in Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or related fieldWhat you will get in returnCompetitive salary packageGrowing business with career development opportunitiesPaid parental leaveFlexible work arrangements availableDont miss out on this exciting opportunity to work on one of the most sought after projects to date. Give me a call on 0481973936 or send across your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au 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.
      Contracts AdministratorAbout the companyDue to continued growth an Industry leading, national top tier civil contractor are offering an exciting opportunity for a Contracts Administrator to work on one of Sydney's current "Major Projects". This $170mil project is set to be Australia's largest freight infrastructure project to date with the scope of works being - clearing, bulk earthworks, earth retaining structures, stormwater and drainage, access roads. Being leaders within the civil space for over 40 years, this head contractor is renowned for delivering some of the most sought after projects across the country. They aim to provide a dynamic environment where their people can thrive within a diverse and exciting atmosphere. About the rolePrepare and review tender packages to subcontractorsHead contract and subcontractor administration including assessment of progress claims, variations and issuance of payment certificatesPrepare monthly reports to provide accurate details of the project's financial status including cost to complete reports, tender analysis for each subcontractor prior to appointmentMaintain proactive and positive relationships with client, subcontractors, consultants and suppliers while negotiating and managing the head contract and subcontractors for the projectManage all reporting required by the client, including status reporting, project reports, program reporting, risk reporting, ensuring all reporting has sufficient content and is submitted on time.Negotiate subcontractor contract prices, conditions and prepare final contract documents.Implementation and support of subcontract management processesCommercial review of Head Contracts and AgreementsAssess, approve and process subcontract Payment Claims and Supplier Invoices as required.Prepare bill of quantities for material orderPrepare project cash flows and update on a regular basis.Prepare and submit timely and accurate Progress Claims and VariationsPrepare and review monthly Cost Reports to track target and forecast final costs.To succeed in this role you must of Demonstrated experience as a Contracts Administrator within a construction/engineering environment for a head contractorStrong understanding and experience in a range of complex contracts ideally on projectsKnowledge in current computer packages MS Word (Intermediate), Excel (Intermediate), MS Access, MS Outlook requiredExperience with and understanding of Company procurement and commercial processes and proceduresExperience with and understanding of financial/cost/project management system and processesDemonstrated understanding of Client head contract documents (relevant State authorities)A strong ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders and subcontractorsTertiary qualifications in Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or related fieldWhat you will get in returnCompetitive salary packageGrowing business with career development opportunitiesPaid parental leaveFlexible work arrangements availableDont miss out on this exciting opportunity to work on one of the most sought after projects to date. Give me a call on 0481973936 or send across your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au 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$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
      • full-time
      Competitive salary package for the right candidateFlexible work arrangement availableCareer development opportunitiesAbout the companyA reputable tier 2 civil contractor delivering a diverse range of projects across NSW. They are now growing their capabilities in Roadworks and Earthworks and would like an experienced Contracts Administrator to join their team. About the rolePrepare and review tender packages to subcontractorsHead contract and subcontractor administration including assessment of progress claims, variations and issuance of payment certificatesPrepare monthly reports to provide accurate details of the project's financial status including cost to complete reports, tender analysis for each subcontractor prior to appointmentMaintain proactive and positive relationships with client, subcontractors, consultants and suppliers while negotiating and managing the head contract and subcontractors for the projectManage all reporting required by the client, including status reporting, project reports, program reporting, risk reporting, ensuring all reporting has sufficient content and is submitted on time.Negotiate subcontractor contract prices, conditions and prepare final contract documents.Implementation and support of subcontract management processesCommercial review of Head Contracts and AgreementsAssess, approve and process subcontract Payment Claims and Supplier Invoices as required.Prepare bill of quantities for material orderPrepare and submit timely and accurate Progress Claims and VariationsPrepare and review monthly Cost Reports to track target and forecast final costs To be successful in the role you will possess Demonstrated experience as a Contracts Administrator within a construction/engineering environment for a head contractorStrong understanding and experience in a range of complex contracts ideally on projectsKnowledge in current computer packages MS Word (Intermediate), Excel (Intermediate), MS Access, MS Outlook requiredExperience with and understanding of Company procurement and commercial processes and proceduresExperience with and understanding of financial/cost/project management system and processesDemonstrated understanding of Client head contract documents (relevant State authorities)A strong ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders and subcontractorsTertiary qualifications in Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or related field highly desirableApply now or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss the opportunity - 0422 038 231 / puiyee.thye@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Competitive salary package for the right candidateFlexible work arrangement availableCareer development opportunitiesAbout the companyA reputable tier 2 civil contractor delivering a diverse range of projects across NSW. They are now growing their capabilities in Roadworks and Earthworks and would like an experienced Contracts Administrator to join their team. About the rolePrepare and review tender packages to subcontractorsHead contract and subcontractor administration including assessment of progress claims, variations and issuance of payment certificatesPrepare monthly reports to provide accurate details of the project's financial status including cost to complete reports, tender analysis for each subcontractor prior to appointmentMaintain proactive and positive relationships with client, subcontractors, consultants and suppliers while negotiating and managing the head contract and subcontractors for the projectManage all reporting required by the client, including status reporting, project reports, program reporting, risk reporting, ensuring all reporting has sufficient content and is submitted on time.Negotiate subcontractor contract prices, conditions and prepare final contract documents.Implementation and support of subcontract management processesCommercial review of Head Contracts and AgreementsAssess, approve and process subcontract Payment Claims and Supplier Invoices as required.Prepare bill of quantities for material orderPrepare and submit timely and accurate Progress Claims and VariationsPrepare and review monthly Cost Reports to track target and forecast final costs To be successful in the role you will possess Demonstrated experience as a Contracts Administrator within a construction/engineering environment for a head contractorStrong understanding and experience in a range of complex contracts ideally on projectsKnowledge in current computer packages MS Word (Intermediate), Excel (Intermediate), MS Access, MS Outlook requiredExperience with and understanding of Company procurement and commercial processes and proceduresExperience with and understanding of financial/cost/project management system and processesDemonstrated understanding of Client head contract documents (relevant State authorities)A strong ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders and subcontractorsTertiary qualifications in Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or related field highly desirableApply now or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss the opportunity - 0422 038 231 / puiyee.thye@randstad.com.auAt 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$140,000 - AU$180,000, per year, Remotely from home, laptop, fuel
      • full-time
      The CompanyMelbourne was officially named the most locked down City in the world, and with this, this privately owned Nationwide and International Commercial Fit Out builder (headquarters in Melbourne) had to adapt and adjust in accordance. They became more flexible, and posted a team of solid professionals in Sydney and Newcastle to work from home, on multiple Sydney based shopfitting projects, which include major cosmetic retailers, major bank roll outs, restaurants and clubs.They are well respected and have a solid identity, with a large purpose built manufacturing facility in VIC, manufacturing all of their joinery components; and have won many awards within their respective niche.With a healthy portfolio they are looking to bring a new Project Manager on to work remotely for their Sydney based operations. This is a unique opportunity to be a pivotal senior level position in their Sydney operations, developing and running the staff.The Role:You will directly report into the Senior Project Manager based in VIC, and the Managing Director in Melbourne, and will be steering the remotely working teams in Sydney and Newcastle which consist of a Contract Administrator, client Liaison officer and Site Managers requiring you to take full ownership of the project supervising site activities and delegating as necessary. Ideally you will have good client and subcontractor relationships in Sydney and must be able to wear many hats, and have hard conversations also. If you come from a carpentry / shopfitting background this will be considered highly desirable but not essential. Ideally you will have direct experience managing shopfitting / Retail fit out projects from $200,000 to $5 million for an Australian Recognised Fit out firm.Duties:Preparing programmesForecastingBudgetsCostingFinancial ReportingAdherence to BCA standardsSite Inspections, establishment and testing. Daily and Monthly reportingOH&SSubcontractor site InductionsClient CareManaging on site issuesWorking to deadlines, contract and project time frames.RequirementsYou will have a minimum of 4 year’s experience working on similar projects ideally for a Tier 2 or 3 Builder from the Sydney Market.Professional delivery of Fit out / Shopfitting projects.Commitment to safety and quality complianceProject planning and coordinationStrong stakeholder management skillsGreat communicatorAbility to work with Site Managers, sub-contractors and Contracts AdministratorsManage project budgetsAbility to problem solveWilling to travel interstate on occasion. Computer and Software adaptableYou will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget.Computer – they use their own in-house software. Training will be provided.A “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach.Qualifications:Ideally you have trade tertiary background in shopfitting, carpentry or joinery, Building diploma or degree but relevant experience working for competitors will be acknowledged and shortlisted on a case by case basis.Culture & Benefits:This firm is very focused on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Being a pivotal leader for their Sydney business, your well being is also very much key to their success. Their staff are very positive, take things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances. In return you can expect a generous salary package, a career defining opportunity, bonuses on deliverable's and a chance to create their footprint in Sydney further. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events.To apply or discuss in confidence this role, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At 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 CompanyMelbourne was officially named the most locked down City in the world, and with this, this privately owned Nationwide and International Commercial Fit Out builder (headquarters in Melbourne) had to adapt and adjust in accordance. They became more flexible, and posted a team of solid professionals in Sydney and Newcastle to work from home, on multiple Sydney based shopfitting projects, which include major cosmetic retailers, major bank roll outs, restaurants and clubs.They are well respected and have a solid identity, with a large purpose built manufacturing facility in VIC, manufacturing all of their joinery components; and have won many awards within their respective niche.With a healthy portfolio they are looking to bring a new Project Manager on to work remotely for their Sydney based operations. This is a unique opportunity to be a pivotal senior level position in their Sydney operations, developing and running the staff.The Role:You will directly report into the Senior Project Manager based in VIC, and the Managing Director in Melbourne, and will be steering the remotely working teams in Sydney and Newcastle which consist of a Contract Administrator, client Liaison officer and Site Managers requiring you to take full ownership of the project supervising site activities and delegating as necessary. Ideally you will have good client and subcontractor relationships in Sydney and must be able to wear many hats, and have hard conversations also. If you come from a carpentry / shopfitting background this will be considered highly desirable but not essential. Ideally you will have direct experience managing shopfitting / Retail fit out projects from $200,000 to $5 million for an Australian Recognised Fit out firm.Duties:Preparing programmesForecastingBudgetsCostingFinancial ReportingAdherence to BCA standardsSite Inspections, establishment and testing. Daily and Monthly reportingOH&SSubcontractor site InductionsClient CareManaging on site issuesWorking to deadlines, contract and project time frames.RequirementsYou will have a minimum of 4 year’s experience working on similar projects ideally for a Tier 2 or 3 Builder from the Sydney Market.Professional delivery of Fit out / Shopfitting projects.Commitment to safety and quality complianceProject planning and coordinationStrong stakeholder management skillsGreat communicatorAbility to work with Site Managers, sub-contractors and Contracts AdministratorsManage project budgetsAbility to problem solveWilling to travel interstate on occasion. Computer and Software adaptableYou will be highly motivated and ambitious with drive and passion in a leadership capacity.Confident and looking to exceed in all facets of your work. Delivering on time and on Budget.Computer – they use their own in-house software. Training will be provided.A “can do” positive attitude and confidence.Good management approach.Qualifications:Ideally you have trade tertiary background in shopfitting, carpentry or joinery, Building diploma or degree but relevant experience working for competitors will be acknowledged and shortlisted on a case by case basis.Culture & Benefits:This firm is very focused on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Being a pivotal leader for their Sydney business, your well being is also very much key to their success. Their staff are very positive, take things in their stride and can see a humorous side even in pressurised circumstances. In return you can expect a generous salary package, a career defining opportunity, bonuses on deliverable's and a chance to create their footprint in Sydney further. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events.To apply or discuss in confidence this role, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock: E: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au T: 0412 872 301At 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$180,000 - AU$200,000, per year, package negotiable based on experience
      • full-time
      Opportunity to work with an industry leader to deliver key projectsWork for an organization that invests in your career developmentCompetitive salary package and flexible working optionsDue to an expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, a well-established Tier 3 civil contractor is seeking an experienced Project Manager to lead a team of engineers, coordinating and delivering scope, reporting, QA, safety, and all other responsibilities to the required project and clients standards. You will be provided with challenging work on a wide range of infrastructure projects (roads, bridges and highways) across New South Wales.About the roleMonitor project progress and deliver to project timelines Manage project rollouts and develop key program documentationsManage work and performance of subcontractors to achieve outcomesCoordinate resourcing assessments, scheduling, contract engagement, execution, management and optimisation of program budgets and expenditureEnsure compliance with HSEQ requirementsManagement of all tendering and estimating activitiesCoordinating direct labour and subcontractorsCreating and modifying ITP’s and SWMSRaising RFI’s and tracking responsesIdentify and manage project risks and issues by completing complex risk assessments and developing mitigation strategies To be successful in the role you will possess Demonstrated experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of project managementStrong communication and negotiation skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior stakeholders, subject matter experts and technical teams across the sectorPrevious experience working on major civil infrastructure projects in Roads, Bridges, Civil worksTertiary Degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering with relevant years of experience in the construction industryApply now or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss the opportunity - 0422 038 231 / puiyee.thye@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity to work with an industry leader to deliver key projectsWork for an organization that invests in your career developmentCompetitive salary package and flexible working optionsDue to an expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, a well-established Tier 3 civil contractor is seeking an experienced Project Manager to lead a team of engineers, coordinating and delivering scope, reporting, QA, safety, and all other responsibilities to the required project and clients standards. You will be provided with challenging work on a wide range of infrastructure projects (roads, bridges and highways) across New South Wales.About the roleMonitor project progress and deliver to project timelines Manage project rollouts and develop key program documentationsManage work and performance of subcontractors to achieve outcomesCoordinate resourcing assessments, scheduling, contract engagement, execution, management and optimisation of program budgets and expenditureEnsure compliance with HSEQ requirementsManagement of all tendering and estimating activitiesCoordinating direct labour and subcontractorsCreating and modifying ITP’s and SWMSRaising RFI’s and tracking responsesIdentify and manage project risks and issues by completing complex risk assessments and developing mitigation strategies To be successful in the role you will possess Demonstrated experience in project engineering and a working knowledge of project managementStrong communication and negotiation skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior stakeholders, subject matter experts and technical teams across the sectorPrevious experience working on major civil infrastructure projects in Roads, Bridges, Civil worksTertiary Degree or equivalent in Civil Engineering with relevant years of experience in the construction industryApply now or get in touch with Puiyee Thye directly to discuss the opportunity - 0422 038 231 / puiyee.thye@randstad.com.auAt 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$140,000 - AU$185,000, per year, Laptop, car, fuel card, company perks
      • full-time
      The FirmThis well established Australian construction firm specialises in high end fit-out and refurbishment projects in the Aged care, health care and Office fit out sectors. With a desire to deliver the best projects in their skilled remit, they plan to continue growth into other sectors also including public works and universities, this company sets a high standard for the industry. Project values vary from $100k up to $5million and a strong team environment means that you will stick with a team and project throughout the project life cycle.. This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible.The role:The role as a project manager involves leading a team and delivering projects.As a driven Project Manager you will report directly to the Managing Director and will run multiple projects with 5 x Site Managers directly reporting to you. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site as well as site managers for the delivery of projects. The role requires liaising with subcontractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of Fit-out/Refurbishment projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own as well as the support to be developed long term.Key responsibilities:Deliver multiple projects from $100,000 up to $5million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure the project is delivered on time and on cost. Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. Duties: You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million.Skills and Experience:Record of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills. Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. CultureThis employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees' work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.BenefitsUnique scheme.Dynamic and challenging working environment. How to applyPlease email your resume in Word Format to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 0412 872 301 for a confidential discussion about the position.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 FirmThis well established Australian construction firm specialises in high end fit-out and refurbishment projects in the Aged care, health care and Office fit out sectors. With a desire to deliver the best projects in their skilled remit, they plan to continue growth into other sectors also including public works and universities, this company sets a high standard for the industry. Project values vary from $100k up to $5million and a strong team environment means that you will stick with a team and project throughout the project life cycle.. This impressive Firm has a great supportive culture and aims to develop it’s own staff and promote from within, where possible.The role:The role as a project manager involves leading a team and delivering projects.As a driven Project Manager you will report directly to the Managing Director and will run multiple projects with 5 x Site Managers directly reporting to you. You will be given the support of both contract administrators on site as well as site managers for the delivery of projects. The role requires liaising with subcontractors, site teams, and clients as well as writing reports and monitoring the Budgets.The role offers the opportunity to gain exposure to a broad variety of Fit-out/Refurbishment projects and be offered both the autonomy to operate on your own as well as the support to be developed long term.Key responsibilities:Deliver multiple projects from $100,000 up to $5million project.Manage, liaise and coordinate subcontractorsEnsure the project is delivered on time and on cost. Assist in site set up and final handover.Ensure compliance with all on site regulations.Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. Duties: You must have experience working for a well respected construction company and a proven track record delivering schemes in excess of $2million.Skills and Experience:Record of dealing with commercial/retail projects.High level of planning and organisational skills.Track record of liaising closely with PM’s and SubcontractorsDemonstrate excellent team working skills.Excellent communication skills. Proven track record working as part of a large team in a busy live environment. CultureThis employer offers an opportunity to join a well established team, across a broad variety of sectors. The company has a long term outlook with projects and strategy geared toward future growth. The company values the quality of employees' work and seeks to reward them accordingly. A close knit team of people with a flat management structure means learning from one another is commonplace.BenefitsUnique scheme.Dynamic and challenging working environment. How to applyPlease email your resume in Word Format to Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au. Alternatively please call 0412 872 301 for a confidential discussion about the position.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
      • full-time
      Client OverviewRandstad is working with top tier clients in the construction industry to source a Leading Hands for an on-going basis for separate sites all across Sydney. Ideally the successful candidate will have at least 1 year of experience working within the construction industry. What's on offer?Ongoing employment Great rates per hour with plenty of overtime offered Work with an industry leading clients!Other benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsMinimum of 1 years’ leading hand experience Strong communicationProactive and a strong team playerPhysically fit with a strong work ethic All candidates must be able to pass pre employment medicals and will be subject to regular drug & alcohol testing.To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to vincent.dirita@randstad.com.au 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.
      Client OverviewRandstad is working with top tier clients in the construction industry to source a Leading Hands for an on-going basis for separate sites all across Sydney. Ideally the successful candidate will have at least 1 year of experience working within the construction industry. What's on offer?Ongoing employment Great rates per hour with plenty of overtime offered Work with an industry leading clients!Other benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsMinimum of 1 years’ leading hand experience Strong communicationProactive and a strong team playerPhysically fit with a strong work ethic All candidates must be able to pass pre employment medicals and will be subject to regular drug & alcohol testing.To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to vincent.dirita@randstad.com.au 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
      • full-time
      Environment Lead - Sydney CBDPermanent OpportunityExcellent team culture Lead national role ABOUT THE EMPLOYERAs a result of continued growth and $2billion work - in- hand, Randstad have partnered with a well known and nationally recognized construction company that has a Lead Environment Advisor vacancy in Sydney CBD. ABOUT THE POSITION This role is an exciting opportunity to take the lead on all environment matters nationally within the business. It will play a key role in the implementation of management system requirements, promoting environment and occupational hygiene awareness and driving high performance across the business. You will provide technical support on significant environmental aspects such as occupational hygiene, dewatering and liaise with the client and relevant stakeholders. YOUR DUTIES INVOLVE: Validation of control measuresFacilitating the closure of CAR’s identified during investigations and audits.Development and delivery of training packagesAssess the current system, develop a plan of improvement and identify gaps.Assisting the project teams nationally in the implementation of the company’s policies and procedures in relation to environmental compliance and occupational hygiene related mattersDeveloping, maintaining and ongoing supporting the Environment and/or Sustainability Management plan, processes and system elementsProviding advice on environmental aspects such as contamination, erosion and sediment control, heritage, ecology, waste management, noise and vibration.Applying for and managing any required environmental permits and approvals, Providing the project team with awareness of legal compliance requirementsRecording all relevant environmental data and compiling reports for both internal and external stakeholdersAssist with the company’s internal audit program in relation to HSE including reviewing auditConduct or support air monitoring, clearance inspections, asbestos, and hazardous material audits Support the deployment of drug & alcohol testing and educationCoordinate personal protective equipment fit-testing programsTraining of staff on company policies, procedures, and systems in relation to silicosisCollecting and providing exposure risk information to support asbestos removal from siteAnalysing, interpreting, and evaluating exposure dataAssist with work related injury and illness prevention managementSupport rehabilitation and return to work plansMaintain a close working relationship with the relevant regulatory bodiesAssist and as required prepare various reports on environmental complianceSupport site teams with report preparationOccupational noise & vibration surveysHazardous substance and dangerous goods managementQUALIFICATIONS Environmental Science Degree or similarProven experience across a broad range of Environment disciplines and relatedindustriesUnderstanding of work-related injury and illness prevention management to supportrehabilitation and return to work plansDesirable:Occupational hygiene formal qualificationIncident investigation methodology (e.g., ICAM)Construction industry experienceCULTURE This firm is very focussed on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Wellbeing is also very much key to their success, they promote work life balance. BENEFITS In return you can expect a long term career with an excellent health & safety team and construction firm. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events. HOW TO APPLY To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format. Applicants must have permanent residency or citizenship. For a confidential discussion please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727.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. 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.
      Environment Lead - Sydney CBDPermanent OpportunityExcellent team culture Lead national role ABOUT THE EMPLOYERAs a result of continued growth and $2billion work - in- hand, Randstad have partnered with a well known and nationally recognized construction company that has a Lead Environment Advisor vacancy in Sydney CBD. ABOUT THE POSITION This role is an exciting opportunity to take the lead on all environment matters nationally within the business. It will play a key role in the implementation of management system requirements, promoting environment and occupational hygiene awareness and driving high performance across the business. You will provide technical support on significant environmental aspects such as occupational hygiene, dewatering and liaise with the client and relevant stakeholders. YOUR DUTIES INVOLVE: Validation of control measuresFacilitating the closure of CAR’s identified during investigations and audits.Development and delivery of training packagesAssess the current system, develop a plan of improvement and identify gaps.Assisting the project teams nationally in the implementation of the company’s policies and procedures in relation to environmental compliance and occupational hygiene related mattersDeveloping, maintaining and ongoing supporting the Environment and/or Sustainability Management plan, processes and system elementsProviding advice on environmental aspects such as contamination, erosion and sediment control, heritage, ecology, waste management, noise and vibration.Applying for and managing any required environmental permits and approvals, Providing the project team with awareness of legal compliance requirementsRecording all relevant environmental data and compiling reports for both internal and external stakeholdersAssist with the company’s internal audit program in relation to HSE including reviewing auditConduct or support air monitoring, clearance inspections, asbestos, and hazardous material audits Support the deployment of drug & alcohol testing and educationCoordinate personal protective equipment fit-testing programsTraining of staff on company policies, procedures, and systems in relation to silicosisCollecting and providing exposure risk information to support asbestos removal from siteAnalysing, interpreting, and evaluating exposure dataAssist with work related injury and illness prevention managementSupport rehabilitation and return to work plansMaintain a close working relationship with the relevant regulatory bodiesAssist and as required prepare various reports on environmental complianceSupport site teams with report preparationOccupational noise & vibration surveysHazardous substance and dangerous goods managementQUALIFICATIONS Environmental Science Degree or similarProven experience across a broad range of Environment disciplines and relatedindustriesUnderstanding of work-related injury and illness prevention management to supportrehabilitation and return to work plansDesirable:Occupational hygiene formal qualificationIncident investigation methodology (e.g., ICAM)Construction industry experienceCULTURE This firm is very focussed on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Wellbeing is also very much key to their success, they promote work life balance. BENEFITS In return you can expect a long term career with an excellent health & safety team and construction firm. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events. HOW TO APPLY To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format. Applicants must have permanent residency or citizenship. For a confidential discussion please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727.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. 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$200,000 - AU$250,000 per year
      • full-time
      About the company The client are a national building construction and civil engineering company who are renowned for delivering major projects across Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales.Duties of your new roleReviewing documents, undertaking site investigations and understanding customer needsPreparing bids and tenders for road, civil construction and infrastructure projects (bridges, intersections, roads and drainage etc)Involvement a key team member within TOC Phase of Projects through partnership approach and principal contractor led bidFurther developing and sustaining relationships with our customers and suppliersMentoring and guiding junior members of the estimating team To succeed in your roleMinimum 8 years' civil estimating experience with a background in the civl construction industryTertiary qualification in engineering, quantity surveying or similar is preferred but not essentialKnowledge of construction operations and methodologiesExtensive experience in recognising and understanding implications in programsAdvanced time management skills supporting your ability to meet tight deadlinesWell-developed communication skills to assist in client meetings and to manage internal reviews and approvalsAbility to deliver competitive estimates from first principles to project start upA proven background managing successful tenders up to $100 millionStrong commercial acumen In returnPaid parental leave and annual/personal leaveFlexible work arrangements availableGrowing business with career opportunitiesFriendly and supportive work environmentThe opportunity to work with a diverse and engaged group of peopleTo apply for this job of a lifetime, please send your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      About the company The client are a national building construction and civil engineering company who are renowned for delivering major projects across Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales.Duties of your new roleReviewing documents, undertaking site investigations and understanding customer needsPreparing bids and tenders for road, civil construction and infrastructure projects (bridges, intersections, roads and drainage etc)Involvement a key team member within TOC Phase of Projects through partnership approach and principal contractor led bidFurther developing and sustaining relationships with our customers and suppliersMentoring and guiding junior members of the estimating team To succeed in your roleMinimum 8 years' civil estimating experience with a background in the civl construction industryTertiary qualification in engineering, quantity surveying or similar is preferred but not essentialKnowledge of construction operations and methodologiesExtensive experience in recognising and understanding implications in programsAdvanced time management skills supporting your ability to meet tight deadlinesWell-developed communication skills to assist in client meetings and to manage internal reviews and approvalsAbility to deliver competitive estimates from first principles to project start upA proven background managing successful tenders up to $100 millionStrong commercial acumen In returnPaid parental leave and annual/personal leaveFlexible work arrangements availableGrowing business with career opportunitiesFriendly and supportive work environmentThe opportunity to work with a diverse and engaged group of peopleTo apply for this job of a lifetime, please send your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or give me a call on 0481973936At 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
      • full-time
      About the companyI am currently working in partnership with a large civil infrastructure company who has a national presence with over 16 branches across Australia. Their extensive experience has positioned them as market leaders within various sectors such as engineering, construction and remediation solutions in Mining, Defence, Oil and Gas, Marine, Industrial and Commercial industries. The roleDue to an expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, they are seeking experienced Project Managers to join the Sydney team. Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, you will be primarily responsible for managing multiple building, refurbishment, and remediation projects across the defence industry.As the Project Manager, you will also be responsible for the planning, coordination and controlling of the project from construction through to completion. Responsibilities Strong experience with project roll outs and developing key program documentations.Strong communication and negotiation skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior stakeholders, subject matter experts and technical teams across the sector.Demonstrated ability to apply project management disciplines to the team's work.An ability to coordinate resourcing assessments, scheduling, contract engagement, execution, management and optimisation of program budgets and expenditureCreating and tracking cost reportsEnsuring compliance with HSECQ requirementsInvolvement with tendering/estimationCoordinating direct labour and subcontractorsCreating and modifying ITP’s and SWMSRaising RFI’s and tracking responses About youStrong leadership skills and understanding of leadership responsibilitiesTertiary qualifications in Civil or Mechanical Engineering, Project Management or Construction ManagementStrong commercial acumen Solid programming and planning skillsBe adaptable and flexible to travel around the NSW RegionOutstanding leadership skills with the ability to grow and develop a high performing teamThe ability to develop, maintain and influence positive working relationships with stakeholders of all levelsAn understanding of safety policies and procedures and the ability to inspire a positive safety cultureFamiliar with MS Project and Microsoft ExcelTertiary qualifications in Engineering or ConstructionThe successful candidate will need to pass a police check and medical (including ongoing drug and alcohol testing) and be eligible for a DCAC pass. In return you will get A working environment that supports every individual to attain their best potential with a wide range of employee benefits and ongoing opportunity to develop individual capability including:Laptop, phone and vehicle or car allowanceEmployee Recognition ProgramsLearning and development opportunitiesRange of perks including salary packaging options and discounted health insurance To apply for this position please email your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or by giving 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.
      About the companyI am currently working in partnership with a large civil infrastructure company who has a national presence with over 16 branches across Australia. Their extensive experience has positioned them as market leaders within various sectors such as engineering, construction and remediation solutions in Mining, Defence, Oil and Gas, Marine, Industrial and Commercial industries. The roleDue to an expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, they are seeking experienced Project Managers to join the Sydney team. Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, you will be primarily responsible for managing multiple building, refurbishment, and remediation projects across the defence industry.As the Project Manager, you will also be responsible for the planning, coordination and controlling of the project from construction through to completion. Responsibilities Strong experience with project roll outs and developing key program documentations.Strong communication and negotiation skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior stakeholders, subject matter experts and technical teams across the sector.Demonstrated ability to apply project management disciplines to the team's work.An ability to coordinate resourcing assessments, scheduling, contract engagement, execution, management and optimisation of program budgets and expenditureCreating and tracking cost reportsEnsuring compliance with HSECQ requirementsInvolvement with tendering/estimationCoordinating direct labour and subcontractorsCreating and modifying ITP’s and SWMSRaising RFI’s and tracking responses About youStrong leadership skills and understanding of leadership responsibilitiesTertiary qualifications in Civil or Mechanical Engineering, Project Management or Construction ManagementStrong commercial acumen Solid programming and planning skillsBe adaptable and flexible to travel around the NSW RegionOutstanding leadership skills with the ability to grow and develop a high performing teamThe ability to develop, maintain and influence positive working relationships with stakeholders of all levelsAn understanding of safety policies and procedures and the ability to inspire a positive safety cultureFamiliar with MS Project and Microsoft ExcelTertiary qualifications in Engineering or ConstructionThe successful candidate will need to pass a police check and medical (including ongoing drug and alcohol testing) and be eligible for a DCAC pass. In return you will get A working environment that supports every individual to attain their best potential with a wide range of employee benefits and ongoing opportunity to develop individual capability including:Laptop, phone and vehicle or car allowanceEmployee Recognition ProgramsLearning and development opportunitiesRange of perks including salary packaging options and discounted health insurance To apply for this position please email your resume to kirsty.mitchell@randstad.com.au or by giving 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.
      • north sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Quality Manager - Construction & Rail SydneyPermanent OpportunityExcellent team culture ABOUT THE EMPLOYERAs a result of continued growth and $2billion work - in- hand, Randstad have partnered with a well known and nationally recognized construction company that has a Quality Manager vacancy in local Sydney. ABOUT THE POSITION This role is an exciting opportunity to take the lead on all quality matters on a large construction and infrastructure project. It will play a key role in the implementation of a practical quality management system and promote ownership amongst the team in relation to contractual obligations and quality of work. YOUR DUTIES INVOLVE: Take the lead responsibility for all Quality aspects of the project to ensure all works are completed in accordance with required contract conditions, standards/regulations and company procedures.Review all client quality specifications to ensure all QA/QC project deliverables required under the contract are captured and processes are in place to ensure they are achieved.Develop and revise project-specific quality procedures and forms.Assist Engineers with preparing (ITPs) to ensure all inspection and testing requirements have been identified.Confirm the Quality Package Grading score for all design and/or construct packages for permanent works issued to suppliers/subcontractors. QUALIFICATIONS Experience in a similar Quality Manager roleSound knowledge of Australian Standards (e.g. AS/NZS 9001:2008), Industry Codes and ProceduresStrong negotiation and influencing skills.Exposure to both Building and Rail projects will be highly beneficialAbility to lead a team and be a positive driving force CULTURE This firm is very focussed on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Wellbeing is also very much key to their success, they promote work life balance. BENEFITS In return you can expect a long term career with an excellent project delivery team. You will get the chance to advance your career on iconic and interesting projects. HOW TO APPLY To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format. Applicants must have permanent residency or citizenship. For a confidential discussion please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727.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. 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.
      Quality Manager - Construction & Rail SydneyPermanent OpportunityExcellent team culture ABOUT THE EMPLOYERAs a result of continued growth and $2billion work - in- hand, Randstad have partnered with a well known and nationally recognized construction company that has a Quality Manager vacancy in local Sydney. ABOUT THE POSITION This role is an exciting opportunity to take the lead on all quality matters on a large construction and infrastructure project. It will play a key role in the implementation of a practical quality management system and promote ownership amongst the team in relation to contractual obligations and quality of work. YOUR DUTIES INVOLVE: Take the lead responsibility for all Quality aspects of the project to ensure all works are completed in accordance with required contract conditions, standards/regulations and company procedures.Review all client quality specifications to ensure all QA/QC project deliverables required under the contract are captured and processes are in place to ensure they are achieved.Develop and revise project-specific quality procedures and forms.Assist Engineers with preparing (ITPs) to ensure all inspection and testing requirements have been identified.Confirm the Quality Package Grading score for all design and/or construct packages for permanent works issued to suppliers/subcontractors. QUALIFICATIONS Experience in a similar Quality Manager roleSound knowledge of Australian Standards (e.g. AS/NZS 9001:2008), Industry Codes and ProceduresStrong negotiation and influencing skills.Exposure to both Building and Rail projects will be highly beneficialAbility to lead a team and be a positive driving force CULTURE This firm is very focussed on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Wellbeing is also very much key to their success, they promote work life balance. BENEFITS In return you can expect a long term career with an excellent project delivery team. You will get the chance to advance your career on iconic and interesting projects. HOW TO APPLY To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format. Applicants must have permanent residency or citizenship. For a confidential discussion please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727.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. 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$150,000 - AU$180,000 per year
      • full-time
      We are working with a global organisation that specialise in industrial refurbishment projects. They are looking for a Project Manager capable of delivering industrial refurbishment projects up to $2.5m in value in NSW, overseeing multiple small projects simultaneously with an impressive portfolio of existing clients that you will have the opportunity to work with. The CompanyThis business have well earned reputation for delivering high quality projects and through their client-focused attitude with specialist storage solutions. With a major focus in sourcing the best talent for the business, we are looking to appoint a detail focused Project Manager to work on conversions and expansions to warehouses, installing mezzanines and structural alterations, conversions to portable storage units and other specialist storage solutions. They offer a tailored service to their clients and have a professional and agile culture. They are a close-knit team that work together to achieve their goals and have a strong pipeline of future work in 2022. This role offers lots of autonomy and room to grow within the business, reporting to the Operations Manager. You will be the Lead Project Manager for NSW, based in their new offices in the Inner West of Sydney.Your new roleInvolved early on in the delivery process, you will be responsible for client interaction whilst working closely with your team to meet the clients expectationsProjects will include rejuvenating existing storage facilities to maximise the use of their spacesYou may have to communicate with other builders who are completing brand new warehouses to confirm handover dates so your team can then take over the project and complete the storage installs. Some projects will include specialist bluetooth technology - training will be providedManage and coordinate works with the Install team to ensure timely project delivery and a quality product is produced. Scope of works will include partitioning, door and locker solutions, drive up facilities, multi-level facilities and internal conversions. There will be no excavation works, it is purely refurbishment and fit outs. You will be responsible for monitoring project financials and drive programmes to ensure that projects are completed to clients satisfactionIt's an amazing opportunity to work for a rapidly expanding company that are going through a period of growth in Sydney, with an established team in Brisbane and plans to expand into Melbourne in the future too. You must be open to travelling to QLD and VIC as there may be potential projects in other areas that you may need to take responsibility for in the future - all associated travel expenses will be paid for. What you'll needIdeally minimum 3 years experience as a Project Manager - would suit someone with a shopfitting or fit out subcontractor experience that is ready to take a step up to a head contractor Extensive knowledge in reading and interpreting technical drawings and ideally have some lightweight structural steel experience too, due to some projects involving installation of mezzanine levels and staircasesTrade background or tertiary qualification in Building, Construction or Engineering preferredSuperior ability to plan, manage and deliver projects to a high standardStrong communication skills and ability build rapport quicklyTransferable negotiation and decision-making abilitiesExcellent technical construction knowledge with willingness to learn and progress in your career with a growing business. What you need to doTo apply or discuss in confidence this opportunity, please send your CV to Tamara Dempsey E:tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or call me directly on 0433 987817 for a confidential conversation. 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.
      We are working with a global organisation that specialise in industrial refurbishment projects. They are looking for a Project Manager capable of delivering industrial refurbishment projects up to $2.5m in value in NSW, overseeing multiple small projects simultaneously with an impressive portfolio of existing clients that you will have the opportunity to work with. The CompanyThis business have well earned reputation for delivering high quality projects and through their client-focused attitude with specialist storage solutions. With a major focus in sourcing the best talent for the business, we are looking to appoint a detail focused Project Manager to work on conversions and expansions to warehouses, installing mezzanines and structural alterations, conversions to portable storage units and other specialist storage solutions. They offer a tailored service to their clients and have a professional and agile culture. They are a close-knit team that work together to achieve their goals and have a strong pipeline of future work in 2022. This role offers lots of autonomy and room to grow within the business, reporting to the Operations Manager. You will be the Lead Project Manager for NSW, based in their new offices in the Inner West of Sydney.Your new roleInvolved early on in the delivery process, you will be responsible for client interaction whilst working closely with your team to meet the clients expectationsProjects will include rejuvenating existing storage facilities to maximise the use of their spacesYou may have to communicate with other builders who are completing brand new warehouses to confirm handover dates so your team can then take over the project and complete the storage installs. Some projects will include specialist bluetooth technology - training will be providedManage and coordinate works with the Install team to ensure timely project delivery and a quality product is produced. Scope of works will include partitioning, door and locker solutions, drive up facilities, multi-level facilities and internal conversions. There will be no excavation works, it is purely refurbishment and fit outs. You will be responsible for monitoring project financials and drive programmes to ensure that projects are completed to clients satisfactionIt's an amazing opportunity to work for a rapidly expanding company that are going through a period of growth in Sydney, with an established team in Brisbane and plans to expand into Melbourne in the future too. You must be open to travelling to QLD and VIC as there may be potential projects in other areas that you may need to take responsibility for in the future - all associated travel expenses will be paid for. What you'll needIdeally minimum 3 years experience as a Project Manager - would suit someone with a shopfitting or fit out subcontractor experience that is ready to take a step up to a head contractor Extensive knowledge in reading and interpreting technical drawings and ideally have some lightweight structural steel experience too, due to some projects involving installation of mezzanine levels and staircasesTrade background or tertiary qualification in Building, Construction or Engineering preferredSuperior ability to plan, manage and deliver projects to a high standardStrong communication skills and ability build rapport quicklyTransferable negotiation and decision-making abilitiesExcellent technical construction knowledge with willingness to learn and progress in your career with a growing business. What you need to doTo apply or discuss in confidence this opportunity, please send your CV to Tamara Dempsey E:tamara.dempsey@randstad.com.au or call me directly on 0433 987817 for a confidential conversation. 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
      • full-time
      The Company:This Tier 3 Commercial builder is out performing its competitors in a niche project space. Predominantly Education projects, Medical/Health projects (New Build additions/extensions/alterations and Fit out)Their success very much stems from their valued dedicated team and fine finish.They over perform for their clients, driving and delivering short and long term projects from $2 million to $30 million and enjoy working to challenging deadlines and intricate project detail.They are a Builder that construction professionals want to have in their career timeline / resume, as they hold one of the highest staff retention levels, in a buzzing competitive marketThe Role:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Director’s and designated Project Manager daily. You will be focussed negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for Mixed Commercial, Residential or Fit Out Projects over $5 million AUD.Key Responsibilities:Progress claim assistance, external variations, preparation of subcontractor packages.Reviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontracts.Administering RFI’s.Preparing subcontract package’s (scopes, procurement and scheduling).To be Successful:You will be a career CA and have over 4 year’s plus experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on mixed projects over $1 million.Have worked for an Australian Recognised Building Contractor.Degree qualified in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.High exposure to head contract work and scopes, picking apart contracts.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.Passionate person, with a thirst for challenge and energy to over achieve.Proficient in software packages, ideally Jobpac, Procore or CHEOPS. Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for one of the most impressive and envied Building Contractor’s in the Sydney arena on project’s that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating family events and more a work life balance. You can also expect an excellent hourly rate, long term contract and option to go permanent should both parties desire.To Apply:To apply or discuss in confidence, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock – 0412 872 301 Email: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au 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:This Tier 3 Commercial builder is out performing its competitors in a niche project space. Predominantly Education projects, Medical/Health projects (New Build additions/extensions/alterations and Fit out)Their success very much stems from their valued dedicated team and fine finish.They over perform for their clients, driving and delivering short and long term projects from $2 million to $30 million and enjoy working to challenging deadlines and intricate project detail.They are a Builder that construction professionals want to have in their career timeline / resume, as they hold one of the highest staff retention levels, in a buzzing competitive marketThe Role:With high commercial acumen, excellent negotiation skills and a sheer passion for your work you will be required to work well autonomously, but also well within a team, communicating effectively with the Director’s and designated Project Manager daily. You will be focussed negotiator, managing the financial aspects of sub-contract packages for Mixed Commercial, Residential or Fit Out Projects over $5 million AUD.Key Responsibilities:Progress claim assistance, external variations, preparation of subcontractor packages.Reviewing, negotiating, and finalising subcontracts.Administering RFI’s.Preparing subcontract package’s (scopes, procurement and scheduling).To be Successful:You will be a career CA and have over 4 year’s plus experience working for a reputable Australian recognised Builder on mixed projects over $1 million.Have worked for an Australian Recognised Building Contractor.Degree qualified in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.High exposure to head contract work and scopes, picking apart contracts.Experience in sub contract claims, variations, EOT’s and cost planning.Passionate person, with a thirst for challenge and energy to over achieve.Proficient in software packages, ideally Jobpac, Procore or CHEOPS. Culture & Benefits:In return you have the unique opportunity to work for one of the most impressive and envied Building Contractor’s in the Sydney arena on project’s that their competitors were disappointed not to win. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, investing in their well being, incorporating family events and more a work life balance. You can also expect an excellent hourly rate, long term contract and option to go permanent should both parties desire.To Apply:To apply or discuss in confidence, please send your application in word format to Hannah Lovelock – 0412 872 301 Email: Hannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au 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$130,000 - AU$170,000, per year, Bonus based on deliverables
      • full-time
      The Company:This leading Commercial builder has offices in QLD, NSW, VIC and has been established for over 30 years specialising in Government projects (GC21), medical, health care and retail projects. With a solid name in Australia and repeat business clients they are well liked in the Industry, financially buoyant, always paying subcontractors on time and keeping their staff happy with promotions, bonuses, well being days and regular reviews. Randstad being a large global Organisation, has a preferred global supplier agreement in place with this firm and gets requested to source calibre professionals to them on an exclusive first tier basis.With a string of newly awarded projects, this business is looking to employ a savvy Project Engineer or Contract administrator looking to take the step up to Project Management. They have asked us to provide a bright, passionate and motivated Project Engineer with vision and ambition to develop further. The Role:Reporting directly to the Construction Manager, you will be responsible in helping the daily operations of a busy site in particular co-ordinating the Subcontractors, Quality Assurance and Safety. You will have worked for a similar commercial builder, a Tier 1,2 or 3 Builder on projects, in a similar capacity over $2 million AUD. Experience gained on Retail, Fast food outlets, schools, universities and health care would be considered “Highly Advantageous”! Duties:Coordination of trades, site personnel and subcontractorsQA & OHSDesign Management Client coordination VariationsDocumenting site activityCompliance and monitoring of WHSTendering / Budget reportingRequirements:Construction Management or equivalent Diploma.Australian Experience working in a similar capacity for a Tier 1, 2 or 3 Builder.4 years experience working on Building Construction Projects over $2 million.High communication skills and attention to detailBe hungry to fast track up the ranks in a bustling environment.The Benefits:This is a unique opportunity to make your impact with a National Construction Firm, in the NSW market. This firm prides itself on its high retention of staff, vibrant and friendly team culture, and also rewarding its team by fast tracking their career based on performance. Randstad – Hannah Lovelock will be shortlisting for these roles with immediate effect at request of immediate appointment from the client.Please submit your applications into:Hannah Lovelock – Principal ConsultantHannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au0412 872 301At 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:This leading Commercial builder has offices in QLD, NSW, VIC and has been established for over 30 years specialising in Government projects (GC21), medical, health care and retail projects. With a solid name in Australia and repeat business clients they are well liked in the Industry, financially buoyant, always paying subcontractors on time and keeping their staff happy with promotions, bonuses, well being days and regular reviews. Randstad being a large global Organisation, has a preferred global supplier agreement in place with this firm and gets requested to source calibre professionals to them on an exclusive first tier basis.With a string of newly awarded projects, this business is looking to employ a savvy Project Engineer or Contract administrator looking to take the step up to Project Management. They have asked us to provide a bright, passionate and motivated Project Engineer with vision and ambition to develop further. The Role:Reporting directly to the Construction Manager, you will be responsible in helping the daily operations of a busy site in particular co-ordinating the Subcontractors, Quality Assurance and Safety. You will have worked for a similar commercial builder, a Tier 1,2 or 3 Builder on projects, in a similar capacity over $2 million AUD. Experience gained on Retail, Fast food outlets, schools, universities and health care would be considered “Highly Advantageous”! Duties:Coordination of trades, site personnel and subcontractorsQA & OHSDesign Management Client coordination VariationsDocumenting site activityCompliance and monitoring of WHSTendering / Budget reportingRequirements:Construction Management or equivalent Diploma.Australian Experience working in a similar capacity for a Tier 1, 2 or 3 Builder.4 years experience working on Building Construction Projects over $2 million.High communication skills and attention to detailBe hungry to fast track up the ranks in a bustling environment.The Benefits:This is a unique opportunity to make your impact with a National Construction Firm, in the NSW market. This firm prides itself on its high retention of staff, vibrant and friendly team culture, and also rewarding its team by fast tracking their career based on performance. Randstad – Hannah Lovelock will be shortlisting for these roles with immediate effect at request of immediate appointment from the client.Please submit your applications into:Hannah Lovelock – Principal ConsultantHannah.lovelock@randstad.com.au0412 872 301At 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
      • contract
      • AU$32.00 - AU$38.00, per hour, penalties + daily travel
      • full-time
      What's on offer?Day/Night Shift availability + Ongoing & contract/project work$32-$38 p/h + OT/Penalty ratesWork with industry leading clients!Benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsMin 12 months experience working on civil earthworks projects ie road & rail construction, sub divisions. drainage, quarry, mine site etc.Construction white/blue cardMR/HR drivers licence (desirable) & own transportVerification of competency - Dump truckVerification of competency - Roller advantageous Physically fit and willing to do labouring dutiesAbility to work independently or part of a teamPositive attitude towards safetyGood communication and time management skillsAll candidates must be able to pass pre employment medicals and will be subject to regular drug & alcohol testing. To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to vincent.dirita@randstad.com.au or call 0411 505 212 for any further questions.Interested in the role and have the relevant experience but do not have an updated resume? We understand and do not want you to miss out. Send us an email outlining your experience and contact details. We will call you to discuss if it looks like you're a good fit for the role. 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.
      What's on offer?Day/Night Shift availability + Ongoing & contract/project work$32-$38 p/h + OT/Penalty ratesWork with industry leading clients!Benefits of working with Randstad..Discounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many more.A free Employee Assistance Program offers you and your family supportAccess to your payslips at the click of a button via our MyRandstad AppJob RequirementsMin 12 months experience working on civil earthworks projects ie road & rail construction, sub divisions. drainage, quarry, mine site etc.Construction white/blue cardMR/HR drivers licence (desirable) & own transportVerification of competency - Dump truckVerification of competency - Roller advantageous Physically fit and willing to do labouring dutiesAbility to work independently or part of a teamPositive attitude towards safetyGood communication and time management skillsAll candidates must be able to pass pre employment medicals and will be subject to regular drug & alcohol testing. To apply, submit your resume by clicking APPLY NOW. Alternatively, submit your resume to vincent.dirita@randstad.com.au or call 0411 505 212 for any further questions.Interested in the role and have the relevant experience but do not have an updated resume? We understand and do not want you to miss out. Send us an email outlining your experience and contact details. We will call you to discuss if it looks like you're a good fit for the role. 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.
      • rydalmere, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      National Safety & Wellbeing Manager - Western Sydney National Leadership role with a recognised brandRoaming Role Utilities ABOUT THE EMPLOYER A leader in the utilities industry, this organisation has a foothold in one of the largest construction and maintenance programs in Australia. Working in partnership with a number of contractors there is now an opportunity to join the team as a National Safety & Wellbeing Manager. They strive to deliver a safe and compliant service and always put all levels of stakeholders first. With a diverse and vast network, the company is strategically dedicated to safety leadership, culture building, operational efficiency and productivity.ABOUT THE POSITION Reporting directly to the General Manager you will champion health and safety and wellbeing for the business with a human centered approach. Managing the safety function nationally you will be instrumental in guiding and leading the operation managers and supervisors across the country. An interesting and fast paced role there is travel required within NSW and interstate as required from Monday to Friday. This is a leadership role where you will influence a strong culture driving the implementation of an efficient safety and wellbeing program. You will provide proactive coaching across the business and ensure legislative requirements are being adhered to. Safety & Wellbeing Manager Proven history in health and safety with exposure to managing high performing teams.Strong communication and engagement skills across all levels of a businessEvidence of initiatives and programs implementedPassionate about safety, a who leader enjoys coaching and mentoringImpeccable communication skills both written and verbalManagement or risk/hazards, audits and investigationsAbility to problem solve in a fast paced environment Thorough investigation and auditing experienceTertiary Qualifications in Work, Health & SafetyExperience working on bid’s and tendersCompetent to run detailed ICAM investigationsBenefits:Numerous wellbeing initiativesAttractive salary packageLongevity A team passionate about safetyTraining and mentoring, educational & professional developmentHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 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.
      National Safety & Wellbeing Manager - Western Sydney National Leadership role with a recognised brandRoaming Role Utilities ABOUT THE EMPLOYER A leader in the utilities industry, this organisation has a foothold in one of the largest construction and maintenance programs in Australia. Working in partnership with a number of contractors there is now an opportunity to join the team as a National Safety & Wellbeing Manager. They strive to deliver a safe and compliant service and always put all levels of stakeholders first. With a diverse and vast network, the company is strategically dedicated to safety leadership, culture building, operational efficiency and productivity.ABOUT THE POSITION Reporting directly to the General Manager you will champion health and safety and wellbeing for the business with a human centered approach. Managing the safety function nationally you will be instrumental in guiding and leading the operation managers and supervisors across the country. An interesting and fast paced role there is travel required within NSW and interstate as required from Monday to Friday. This is a leadership role where you will influence a strong culture driving the implementation of an efficient safety and wellbeing program. You will provide proactive coaching across the business and ensure legislative requirements are being adhered to. Safety & Wellbeing Manager Proven history in health and safety with exposure to managing high performing teams.Strong communication and engagement skills across all levels of a businessEvidence of initiatives and programs implementedPassionate about safety, a who leader enjoys coaching and mentoringImpeccable communication skills both written and verbalManagement or risk/hazards, audits and investigationsAbility to problem solve in a fast paced environment Thorough investigation and auditing experienceTertiary Qualifications in Work, Health & SafetyExperience working on bid’s and tendersCompetent to run detailed ICAM investigationsBenefits:Numerous wellbeing initiativesAttractive salary packageLongevity A team passionate about safetyTraining and mentoring, educational & professional developmentHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 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.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Senior Safety Advisor - Infrastructure & Rail - Western Sydney Permanent opportunity Civil Infrastructure projects Supportive and professional team culture ABOUT THE EMPLOYERA leader in the civil construction industry, this organisation offers robust and efficient construction, operations and maintenance delivery. Due to an increase in project workload there is an opportunity for an ambitious Senior Safety Advisor or Safety Advisor based in Western Sydney on infrastructure and rail projects. ABOUT THE POSITIONThe primary function of this role is to support the project team on site on projects and be a prominent source of guidance for contractors, the client and colleagues. You will get the opportunity to manage safety across the project and after this project there is the opportunity to advance in the role. You will report to the Safety Director and Construction Manager onsite to maintain Safety Management Systems and ensure they comply with Australian Standards. There is diversity in this role allowing for skills to be utilised in the field and in the office. A stable organisation with a positive culture, this role presents the chance to work alongside committed professionals who encourage a positive team environment. KEY EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:Support the project team in setting up relevant processes and documentation to plan for different phases of work. Monitor compliance with the HSE systems and processes and provide operational support to the project team. Provide project leaders, site supervisors and workers with specialist guidance and advocate for positive work health and safety change. Monitor and provide advice and training for compliance to support the effective implementation of WHS legislation, policies and procedures. Risk identification & assessment, ensuring regulations are met across the project.Carry out health and safety audits and work- place inspectionsSteer the development and implementation of Safety standards that align with compliance and due diligence requirements.Work closely with senior management to adhere to legislative requirementsPromote best practice and a positive safety culture Experience working on infrastructure or rail construction projects Experience across major excavation, earthworks & managing trades QUALIFICATION / SALARY:Diploma/Degree in WHS/OHS or safety related fieldExperience in a Senior Safety Advisor/Safety Coordinator role for a principal contractor Knowledge of high risk work activities across civil construction and rail projectsImpeccable verbal and written communication skillsCitizenship or permanent resident visa is a mustHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 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.
      Senior Safety Advisor - Infrastructure & Rail - Western Sydney Permanent opportunity Civil Infrastructure projects Supportive and professional team culture ABOUT THE EMPLOYERA leader in the civil construction industry, this organisation offers robust and efficient construction, operations and maintenance delivery. Due to an increase in project workload there is an opportunity for an ambitious Senior Safety Advisor or Safety Advisor based in Western Sydney on infrastructure and rail projects. ABOUT THE POSITIONThe primary function of this role is to support the project team on site on projects and be a prominent source of guidance for contractors, the client and colleagues. You will get the opportunity to manage safety across the project and after this project there is the opportunity to advance in the role. You will report to the Safety Director and Construction Manager onsite to maintain Safety Management Systems and ensure they comply with Australian Standards. There is diversity in this role allowing for skills to be utilised in the field and in the office. A stable organisation with a positive culture, this role presents the chance to work alongside committed professionals who encourage a positive team environment. KEY EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:Support the project team in setting up relevant processes and documentation to plan for different phases of work. Monitor compliance with the HSE systems and processes and provide operational support to the project team. Provide project leaders, site supervisors and workers with specialist guidance and advocate for positive work health and safety change. Monitor and provide advice and training for compliance to support the effective implementation of WHS legislation, policies and procedures. Risk identification & assessment, ensuring regulations are met across the project.Carry out health and safety audits and work- place inspectionsSteer the development and implementation of Safety standards that align with compliance and due diligence requirements.Work closely with senior management to adhere to legislative requirementsPromote best practice and a positive safety culture Experience working on infrastructure or rail construction projects Experience across major excavation, earthworks & managing trades QUALIFICATION / SALARY:Diploma/Degree in WHS/OHS or safety related fieldExperience in a Senior Safety Advisor/Safety Coordinator role for a principal contractor Knowledge of high risk work activities across civil construction and rail projectsImpeccable verbal and written communication skillsCitizenship or permanent resident visa is a mustHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 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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