The Concrete Division comprises Fletcher Building’s aggregate, cement, and concrete businesses, employing over 1300 people across 3 business units.
Winstone Aggregates has over 150 years’ experience in supplying and manufacturing aggregates, operates 18 quarries nationally and provides bulk transportation solutions through Winstone Transport.
We have an opportunity for a Laboratory Manager to join our team based in Kapiti Coast.
As Laboratory Manager, your primary tasks will be for you and your team to complete field and laboratory testing required by the PP2O project specifications and contract. Under the guidance of the National Quality and Laboratories Manager, you will be required to have the ability to interpret and convey test results to the client and analyse specifications and technical papers to help guide the client in testing choices. This role also requires you to apply the principles of ISO 17025 and to implement/improve the laboratory manual that complies with this standard.
You will have a keen interest in learning and be able to teach the methods for any new relevant tests set out in the standards and site specifications.
To be successful in this role you will have a strong proven background in either civil laboratory and or project experience. You will be a strong people leader, be customer-focused, have the ability to build strong relationships with both internal and external customers and have a sound understanding of ISO17025 and NZS material standards.
This role will give you the opportunity to be part of an experienced and dynamic team whilst gaining exposure to the testing of material in the civil construction industry. As part of Fletcher Building we are also passionate about employee’s ongoing career development and education.
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