Senior Project Manager - Infrastructure and Civil Construction at Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities , Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
- Central Wellington Location
- Flexible work life balance
- Salary $193,368 + 5 weeks' annual leave and a suite of additional benefits
Mō mātou - Our Organisation
At Kāinga Ora, ours is the important responsibility of transforming New Zealand's housing choices, outcomes and the entire housing sector by creating homes and communities that allow New Zealanders to thrive.
What is exciting about working for Kāinga Ora is getting the chance to make a real and positive impact on New Zealanders' lives. With skills, planning and purposeful action, our people are creating the homes and neighbourhoods that will build the future of Aotearoa.
We are passionate about transforming New Zealand for the better. That includes being a trusted partner for Māori and iwi, protecting and enabling their rights, interests and aspirations under the guidance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Ko tā mātou mahi - Our Role
The Senior Project Manager - Infrastructure and Civil Construction will lead the project management of development projects to ensure the timely delivery of infrastructure, civil and land development projects by ensuring that the scope and direction of each project meets project obligations and key milestones, oversee and advise on the project scope, deliverables, activities and resources to undertake the work programme and assigned projects.
They will provide key inputs and direction through the development of feasibilities and business cases and ensure that decisions are made on an informed basis. Together with the development manager, work with the developer partner in ensuring timely delivery of the residential development in accordance with the Precinct Master Plan and the Project Management Plan (PMP).
Ngā pūmanawatanga ōu - What you will bring
- Tertiary qualification in Project Management / Civil Engineering or similar and/or proven project management and minimum experience
- Proven project management experience preferably within civil, infrastructure and / or land development industries
- Proven experience (or ability to) manage $100 Million plus projects or programmes of work.
- Experience, or ability to understand multiple forms of contract including the NZS 3910 suite, Alliances, and be able to provide guidance and recommendations on the form of contract to use and how to effectively procure for successful outcomes
- Minimum of 10 - 15 years successful and relevant experience, and experience in leading a small team or proven ability to lead, coach and mentor others
- Experience with Programming software, (e.g. Primavera) and risk management
- Up to date recognised Project Management certification would be looked on favourably e.g. Prince2
- Experience in managing, reviewing and coordinating the performance and outputs of project consultants, contractors and professionals through all phases of civil construction projects
- Experience in undertaking site visits, provide technical advice and land development construction
- Hands on understanding of consenting process and the Land Transfer Office titling process
- Interest in public sector structure, governance, processes and systems
- Experience navigating and operating in a regulated environment, experience working constructively across functions and track record of building and maintaining the trust of all stakeholders
- Understanding of partnership obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi and experience in working with Iwi and Māori organisations
Nōu te rourou - What's in it for you?
We offer competitive salaries, five weeks' annual leave and a benefits package including a range of insurances, flexible working arrangements and career development. These benefits are described in more detail here https://careers.kaingaora.govt.nz/a-great-place-to-work/benefits.
As a Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities employee, we want to make sure that you have all the tools and support you need. We want to ensure you are healthy and have work-life balance. We also want to support and grow your personal and career development through on-the-job learning, training courses, secondments and study opportunities.
Ō Tātou Uara - Our Values
Our values were developed by us, for us. They unite us as an organisation and guide how we work every day. Our values are:
- Manaakitanga - People at the Heart
- Mahi Tahi - Better Together
- Whanake - Be Bold
Tūhono mai - Join us
To view the position description and apply for this role, please follow the online process via http://careers.kaingaora.govt.nz. Please note: all applicants, including existing employees, need to follow this process. If you have any questions, please contact the recruitment team via Kaingaora.email@example.com
Applications close on Sunday 9th April 2023
We value diversity and are committed to working with each other and our customers in an inclusive and respectful way. We welcome applicants from all walks of life and appreciate the richness of experience that your point of difference brings to the organisation.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
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