Primary LocationNorth West & Hills District, New South Wales, Australia
UGL is a leading provider of end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services. UGL is active across rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world’s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions.
UGL’s skilled workforce, expertise in project management and end-to-end engineering, is backed by a continuous focus on safety, innovation and improvement.
UGL have an opportunity for a Construction Manager to join our Utilities & Resources division for our Water and Waste Water projects based in our NSW operations.
The key areas of responsibility will be:
- Direct and control off site construction activities on project to ensure that standards of quality, cost, safety and performance are observed and that time schedules are met
- Interface with engineering, procurement, commercial, quality, material handle and expediting logistic functions to ensure construction activities can take place immediately once on site
- Direct and control off site construction activities on project to ensure that standards of quality, cost, safety and performance are observed and that time schedules are met.
- Maintain seamless liaison between Engineering, Quality, and document control between all on and off site project activities
- Liaise directly with client to maintain high level customer service relationships
Requirements to succeed in this position:
- A minimum of 10 years’ industrial/commercial construction experience with a minimum of 5 years’ management experience (e.g. Foreman, Supervisor, Leading Hand) working on construction projects or similar
- Experience in managing and leading a team of people
- Knowledge of OHS and Environmental legislation, Codes of Practice and Standards as they apply to the construction industry
- Strong background dealing with contractor organisations and enforcing compliance with HSEQ performance measures
- Sound analytical skills and ability to challenge existing practices to identify justifiable improvement opportunities
- Demonstrated ability to participate in and contribute to accident/incident investigations, risk assessments and hazard and injury management processes.
- Relevant qualifications and/or extensive experience appropriate to the responsibilities of the position
Applications are open to all Australian citizens and permanent residents, and New Zealand citizens.
We encourage and promote diversity and inclusion, and welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of gender, age, disability and ethnicity including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
If you are confident you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil this role then please apply now via the button below.