Established only 3 years ago but established with over 20 years worth of client relationships in place, this builder who now operate with over 20 staff have gone from strength to strength and now have an excellent name in the industry and boast to have an outstanding staff retention rate. They specialise in the commercial/retail fit out and refurbishment sectors as well as recently moving into new build with two key defence projects recently secured.
The role – Project Manager
They are looking for an experienced Project Manager to join the team. You will report directly to the owner of the business and will be seen as a key member of the team.
The project will you be looking after will depend on the timing of your appointment.
To be successful
- A construction degree or trade qualification
- At least 5 years experience as a Project Manager
- Fit out and new build experience preferred
- Previous experience with a known builder in Australia
- A team player
- Stability with previous employers
Great opportunity for a long career with a growing builder who already have a good name in the industry and who offer and work/life balance.
For more information about this role please contact David Hope on 0406 665 799 or email your CV to [email protected]
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