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Construction Project Manager.

Construction Project Manager

Job Title: Construction Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Sydney
Industry:
Salary: $65.52 - $72.64 P/h + Super
Start Date: Immediate
Reference: 3303931
Contact Name: Spencer Williamson
Contact Email: spencer.williamson@cgcrecruitment.com
Job Published: July 27, 2021 20:01

Job Description

The details: 

Job Title: Project Manager
Start Date: 16/08/2021 or asap
End Date: 15/02/2022 or 6 months from engagement
Hours/day: 7
Hours/week: 35
Location: 52 Martin Place Sydney

Purpose of the role: 

The Project Manager is responsible for undertaking all activities necessary to manage designated cultural infrastructure projects, capital funding programs and strategy and planning activities associated with the Government’s Cultural Infrastructure Plan 2025+.

Key accountabilities: 

• Proactive project management to meet all time/cost/quality milestones, in compliance with project, legislative and agency requirements to deliver project outcomes.
• Create, monitor and maintain project programs, risk and change management systems and budgets using Create Infrastructure standard systems.
• Develop project requirements, functional briefs and consultant scopes of work and manage procurement and evaluation processes in accordance with probity standards including contract administration.
• Supervise consultants to ensure they are delivering their full scope of services, performing as expected and meeting deadlines and budgets.
• Maintain constructive working relationships, support negotiations and work collaboratively with stakeholders including industry and community representatives, contractors, consultants, cultural institutions and other government agencies.
• Use high level written and verbal communication skills to develop documentation, reports, briefs, governance papers and presentations to effectively target diverse audiences.
• Identify, evaluate and respond to project issues to ensure that financial, reputational and business risks are minimised.
• Contribute to advice, recommendations and support of Senior Managers and Executive, Deputy Secretary, Secretary, Minister for the Arts and Government to inform decisions relevant to cultural infrastructure projects and related programs.

How to apply: 

Apply via your preferred job board or send your CV directly to spencer.williamson@cgcrecruitment.com

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