As a Project Manager, your role is to support various clients, tailoring your services to suit their needs, setting each project’s strategic direction and to ultimately, connect, empower and lead people to create great places.
Typical project activities include:
Development of the project delivery strategy, including preparation of project definition and implementation plans (often incorporating financial modelling and business case development);
Scoping, procurement and coordination of project team activities to achieve consolidated and integrated outcomes;
Project team leadership;
Regular reporting on activities underway and planned, including identifying and providing proactive guidance and responses to project issues;
Liaison with project stakeholders in consultation with the client, including delivering key project messages and receiving and collating feedback;
Management of project finances, including developing and tracking project costs and revenues;
Management of project procurement and contract administration function;
Coordination of project approvals; and
Management of client, project team and stakeholder relationships.
To be successful you will have a proven track record of collaborating with various client staff, sub-consultants, stakeholders and team members to achieve project planning and delivery excellence.
Other pre-requisites include:
Tertiary qualifications in Construction Management, Project Management, Property, Engineering or a related discipline (essential);
Possess 3 plus years’ client-side Project management experience;
A career history that includes Commercial, Retail, Sport and Recreation sector developments will be looked upon favourably;
Able to work independently and effectively as a team member;
Eager to learn and develop your project management career;
Demonstrate a strong work ethic, with proven attention to detail and commitment to see things through to the end;
Well organised, with high level verbal and written communication skills