Capital Works Project Manager

  • Job Type:Full time
  • Category:Construction/Technical
  • Business Group:Winstone Wallboards
  • Location:Auckland
  • Job Reference:WWB/15364
  • Closing Date:11 Mar 2020

Description:

About us 

Winstone Wallboards Ltd (WWB) is New Zealand's sole manufacturer and leading supplier of gypsum plasterboard with long-established market leading GIB® specialised products for noise, moisture, durability, fire and bracing requirements. Around 75% of Winstone Wallboards' products are used in the residential market, with the balance being used in commercial construction. 

GIB® is an iconic New Zealand brand, its heritage tracing back to early manufacturing in New Zealand in 1927. Since then, regular innovations in the wall and ceiling market have kept Winstone Wallboards at the forefront of New Zealand's building supply companies.


About the opportunity

Winstone Wallboards is fully committed to continue to provide high service levels to the NZ building industry over the next 50+ years.

To meet both the current and future market demand, we are looking at a range of options to refresh our national manufacturing footprint, which includes the build of a new plant in the Bay of Plenty and the refresh of our existing Auckland site.

To support us on this journey, we are now looking to appoint a Capital Works Project Manager who will manage the build and successful delivery of this new plant.


A senior role, the Capital Works Project Manager is responsible for the delivery of the asset through the management of the programme and two major contracts: for Civils, Buildings & Infrastructure as well as the successful installation and fit out of plant and equipment.


This role will see you setting project management processes, monitoring project managers, chairing the asset delivery governance committee and ensuring that objectives of time, cost and quality are met and are delivered in a safe and harmonious work environment.


About you

To succeed in this role, you will have proven experience at executive level delivering substantial commercial and / or industrial projects. You will bring extensive programme management experience as well as previous P&L accountability.

Ideally you will be tertiary qualified in construction, project management, and have had exposure to an industrial manufacturing plant.


You will be a strong leader and bring outstanding stakeholder engagement skills as well as gravitas and proven experience leading complex change.

If you are interested in joining a second to none culture in a kiwi icon, multi award winning business, contact Aurelie Le Gall, Talent Acquisition Manager, E: aurelie.legall@fbu.com



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