Job Details

Construction/ Project Manager - Marine Structures

  • WA - Other
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • $180000 - $250000 PerAnnum
About the Organisation
As a highly successful and dynamic civil contractor with a national footprint, our client has had a successful tender campaign and been awarded several exciting projects in the Pilbara which involve a large amount of near-shore concrete structures, marine piling and civil construction works. We are seeking an experienced Project Manager or Construction Manager with a sound delivery record in medium to large scale concrete and steel structures projects.

About You:
  • Tertiary Qualified (Civil/ Structural or Construction Management)
  • Minimum 15 years' experience within heavy civil construction industry ideally within concrete structure, marine construction or bridge construction works.
  • Demonstrable experience successfully managing projects over $50m in value
  • High level of commercial acumen and contractual awareness
  • Possess a high level of organisation to ensure project milestones are met
  • Outstanding communication skills and ability to develop rapport with internal and stakeholders
  • Must be happy to work regular FIFO rosters (ie. 14&7 )
  • Experience with marine piling and jack-up barges advantageous
This is an opportunity to join a dynamic contracting business, with a strong focus on relationships and employee satisfaction and great career development opportunities and projects with blue-chip clients in the mining and resources sector.

Shortlisting will commence immediately:
This is a critical role for the business, and shortlisting will commence immediately. Please submit your resume online, or contact Mike Gray on 0415 544 175 for more information. Inquiries can be directed to
Mike Gray
Director - Infracon Australia| BA (Hons) BTech
About Infracon Australia
We are a Perth-based specialist engineering and construction recruitment business, providing professional placements to civil and building contractors to help drive the growth across the infrastructure, resources and construction sectors Australia-wide.