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Design Manager – Civil Infrastructure & Building

Exciting opportunity for an experienced Design Manager to join a well-established and highly respected Civil Infrastructure and Building Contractor with 25 experience working primarily in the public sector and across a diverse client base. As the business expands over the next 5 years, this position offers a unique opportunity to be a part of a highly successful and growing team focused on infrastructure and public sector projects throughout NSW. As a senior member of the team, you will be involved in the entire construction process and will be relied upon for your technical problem solving skills and detailed construction knowledge.

 

The Role:

  • Prepare design and construction methodology for tenders and projects
  • Work closely with the estimating department and project managers to provide value engineering, cost effective designs and alternatives
  • Manage & coordinate all aspects of the design development process
  • Liaise with the client and manage consultants to ensure delivery of projects as per specifications and works brief.
  • Drive Design Consultants to optimise the design to achieve the best cost and safety outcomes.
  • Able and competent in achieving program targets.

To be successful in this role you will require the following skill set:

  • You will hold tertiary qualifications in Engineering, Project Management or related field
  • Demonstrated experience as a Design or Engineering Manager with demonstrable experience in the civil infrastructure sector.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a management capacity
  • The ideal candidate will have experience working with TfNSW and within the AEO framework.

We will offer you an excellent remuneration package and the opportunity to be part of a high performance team who pride themselves on tackling and delivering a diverse range of technically challenging and complex infrastructure projects.

 

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