Civil Works (Roads) Manager
All Aspects Recruitment & HR Services
Relevant Trade Qualifications
Between 3 and 5 Years
Depending on experience ($91,595 - $107,212)
All Aspects Recruitment is looking for Civil Works (Roads) Manager.
This position is responsible for the delivery of Civil Works and Mudbrick Factory programs to the Community; it operates under the direction of the CEO in accordance with plans, policies, relevant legislation and funding requirements. Primary responsibilities include:
- Lead and manage the delivery of Civil Works (Roads) Contract
- Lead and manage the effective and efficient operation of Mudbrick factory
- Strong Financial Management of operational activities under responsibility
- Assist in the development of a regional strategic and operational plan that sets targets and includes work plans for Civil to develop and deliver appropriate services and reporting tools.
- Review, analyse, interpret and update all Government Contracts and Agreements and mitigate risk to aid in contract renewal.
- Prepare specifications and contract documentation, manage tender processes and contracts for Civil works.
- Collate data and prepare reports of quality and relevance for a variety of purposes.
- Ensure that agreed targets for completion dates for operations are met on time and within budget.
- Ensure that assets are repaired and serviced according to specifications and agreed standard and available within agreed target timelines
- Ensure compliance with relevant Workplace Health and Safety legislation and policies and report any breaches to mitigate risk.
- Implement and develop sustainable approaches to operations to ensure continued viability of Civil Works
- Any other duties as directed by the CEO which are within your capabilities.
- Demonstrated experience working at a senior level in a culturally inclusive workplace using the principles and practices of cultural competence and providing responsive service delivery to community.
- Extensive senior management experience in the delivery of civil works contracts in remote locations
- Demonstrated experience in managing a multi-disciplinary team with the proven ability to apply leadership and team building skills with the emphasis on establishing and maintaining staff motivation.
- Demonstrated experience in the preparation of specifications and contract documentation along with the ability to develop and manage tender processes.
- Demonstrated experience in the delivery and completion of high quality and relevant government funding reports.
- Extensive experience in project management, contract supervision and management skills including developing and managing program budgets.
- Experience in and understanding of the use of computer-based Leading Hand system or other simular systems, and Microsoft Office software to assess and refine systems and processes.
- Excellent oral communication skills and interpersonal skills including consultation, negotiation and liaison skills and an ability to interact with people from different cultures with positive outcomes.
- Ability to work as part of a team in a cross cultural environment, fostering open communication with a positive and innovative approach to problem solving.
- Where necessary ability to operate machinery in a safe and effective manner
- Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or significant work experience in this field.
- Experience living and working in remote communities.
- Experience working for a community development or not-for-profit organisation
To apply please email a brief cover letter detailing your skills and experience and current resume to [email protected]
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.