Job Details

Project Manager/ Project Director - WTP

  • WA - Perth
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • $200000 - $250000 PerAnnum
About our Client
With a number of water treatment plant projects across Perth and WA in the process of awards, we are seeking Expressions of Interest from an experienced and multi-disciplined construction senior Project Manager for a full-time, permanent opportunity in their water division,  delivering all manner of process plants within the water sector, from $30M - $100M in value.

About You
You will have a strong track record in water infrastructure projects with experience managing projects over $20M.

You will also be able to demonstrate the following skills and attributes:
  • Tertiary Qualified (Engineering, Construction Management etc)
  • Minimum of 20 years of construction experience in a contracting environment
  • Will have a demonstrable portfolio of construction or upgrades of water process plant projects (WTP, WWTP, RO, Desal etc.)
  • Experience on D&C projects highly advantageous
  • Excellent commercial acumen with sound project scheduling, cost control, and reporting capabilities
  • Outstanding communication skills and ability to develop rapport with internal and external stakeholders
Benefits
In return, you will have the opportunity to work on exciting projects across WA with a personable organisation where you are known by your first name, and not your employer number. Competitive salary and career opportunities await you.

To Apply
This is a great opportunity to gain access to a WA employer of choice, with long-term, and rewarding career development path.

If you feel you fit the above criteria, please apply online or email mike@infracon.net.au . Contact Mike Gray for a confidential discussion on 0415 544 175.
  
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.
  
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