Project Manager - Rail



The role will work between our client’s Major Projects and Consulting businesses. The successful Project Manager will have an opportunity to work alongside track construction specialists in the tendering for and delivery of major projects in Australia and New Zealand. The Consulting business provides technical services to bid teams and clients in the development of technical solutions often related to complex Rail projects.

This role is a delivery role required to manage project construction activities reporting to the Construction Manager. The emphasis of this role is to ensure the construction process is managed in accordance with all project requirements including safety, time, cost, quality, environment and engineering standards. Desired requirements for the Project Manager Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a civil engineering role within rail industry General awareness of OH&S legislation, including Construction Industry Induction Card A high level of computer literacy - use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, MS Project and other project management software Excellent communication, written and oral skills Team player with strong work ethic, integrity and aptitude With the current Health situation we are all experiencing in the community please allow for a slightly slower process as this situation evolves, I will endeavor to respond to all in a timely manner and provide updates on live vacancies.

For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with D&B and our clients please contact Alex Scott on 61 29376 8200 / or click apply.

Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Thanks for your consideration..

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$140,000 - $150,000


25 May 2020


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