Job Vacancy: Project Manager (QLD)

Fabritecture is recruiting for a full-time Project Manager. This is a role with a huge amount of opportunity for the right candidate.

Swap the 50+ hour weeks for a job 10 minutes from the beach working on high end architectural projects in a professional, family friendly, Australian owned business. You will be responsible for managing jobs which could range from smaller roof and facade projects through to architecturally designed multi-million-dollar structures.

The role needs someone who is an all-rounder and understands the design and construction process, working directly with clients or top and mid-tier builders. You will use your expertise in the execution and delivery of various projects ranging from smaller roof and facade structures through to architecturally designed multi-million-dollar projects.

Job Overview: Project Manager (AUS)

Title: Project Manager
Location: Gold Coast, Australia
Job Type: Full-time
Qualifications: Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Project Management or similar onsite exposure
Experience: 3+ years in a similar role managing end-to-end projects

What Sets Us Apart from the Rest?

At Fabritecture you will be part of a close-knit team who are passionate about the work they do. You will have significant opportunities to advance your career by working on various exciting projects around Australia and New Zealand. 

You’ll enjoy training and development initiatives, quarterly social events, regular get togethers and Thursday BBQ’s. We also offer an employee assistance program (EAP) for our team and their immediate family in times of need. There is an opportunity to gain exposure to our international projects at our global locations. 

The Ideal Candidate

Core Components of the Role

  • Managing design, planning and procurement 
  • Review and interpretation of construction drawings  
  • Responsibility for project budget tracking and performance
  • Understanding of contractual requirements 
  • Identifying and managing variations 
  • Negotiation and relationship management with suppliers and clients
  • SWMS, quality manuals and construction methodologies
  • Overseeing onsite team during project installation  
  • Submitting progress claims, invoices and managing payment and retentions
  • Some travel will be required to attend sites

What We Need From You

  • 3+ years in a similar role managing end to end projects  
  • Australian Project Management experience
  • Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Project Management or similar onsite exposure
  • Excellent problem-solving skills, organisation skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to manage budgets
  • Knowledge of structural steel or architectural projects
  • Microsoft Project, and CAD experience desirable
  • A practical solutions-focused approach
  • Understanding of working at heights requirements 
  • A positive attitude and be self-motivated

About the Business

Fabritecture has been a multi-national leader in the design and construction of commercial roof structures and facades for the last 15 years.

With a head office based in Burleigh, you will be part of a team who win projects such as San Diego Symphony, Adelaide Oval, Queensland Stadium, Pacific Fair and Ken Rosewall Arena. This is a small award-winning business who achieve international results through their commitment to quality, clients and every member of their team.

An opportunity to work in a business like this doesn’t present itself every day!

How to Apply

So, if this sounds like the role for you, please submit your applications by clicking the Apply button now. Alternatively, you can contact Peche Warren to discuss the opportunity further peche@streamlinehr.com.au.

Not a Project Manager but keen to join the team? Feel free to get in touch anyway, we’d love to have a chat. 

Fabritecture is a specialist contractor for design, supply, project management & installation of custom fabric structures & architecture.

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