Construction Supervisor

Our client is a well-established family-owned construction business located in Greater Western Sydney and has been operating for over 40 years.  

With a successful diverse project portfolio and strong workflow projections across a number of sectors, they are seeking an accomplished Construction Supervisor to join their driven and energetic team.

About the Role: 

  • Reporting to the Construction Manager, you will be responsible for the successful delivery of multiple projects running concurrently
  • Drive and facilitate good stakeholder management
  • Client relationship management throughout the construction phase, ensuring regular contact and reporting is provided to the client
  • Holding weekly PCG meetings, issuing meeting agenda weekly project minutes
  • Ensuring all sites meet HSEQ standards and working closely with our HSEQ Manager to ensure safety is managed and maintained regularly across all projects
  • Manage project budget from handover to completion, including forecasted costs to complete, and ensuring the project meets and exceeds assigned project profit targets
  • Drive and manage project programme, including regular updates and issuing to all stakeholders
  • Managing the project team including site supervisor, site foreman, carpenter, and labourer and subcontractors
  • Working closely with the Site Supervisors to ensure all projects are following our integrated management systems, protocols, and procedures daily
  • Regularly sourcing, arranging, and managing sub-contractors as required
  • Work closely with, and delegating tasks to the contracts administrator as required
  • Inspecting works as they are completed to ensure they comply and meet the BCA and Australian Standards
  • Read, understand, and interpret client/project contracts and determining contractual obligations and associated risks
  • Workmanship and quality control throughout the project lifecycle
  • Manage project defects, including identifying defects and arranging rectification in a timely manner
  • Project cost control and management including invoicing and sub-contractor payments working closely with the accounts department
  • Working with and managing third party services consultants, including private certifiers, council, services engineers, structural engineers, and the like
  • Project trouble- shooting and problem-solving management, working closely with your assigned team to maximise productivity and minimise risk
  • Regularly reading and interpreting architectural, engineering, structural and services plans
  • Variation management and implementation
  • Managing and overseeing project close out phase
  • Preparing and issuing reports to the construction manager and senior management team
  • Ordering and organising or materials, equipment, suppliers, and sub-contractors
  • Daily project risk management review and implementation
About You:
  • Relevant trade or tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering and/or Building Construction Management or similar
  • Proven knowledge of construction processes and solid experience in a similar role (minimum of 5 - 8 years)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Commercial and Civil Construction experience required
  • Construction project financial acumen
  • Understanding and working with Estimating, Contracts Administration, HSEQ and Accounting teams within an organisation
  • Proficient in MS Office (emphasis on Excel and Word)
  • Experience with MS Project
  • Ability to interpret drawings
  • Ability to build rapport and manage relationships with multiple parties (i.e., project team, site team, client, subcontractors, and other stakeholders)
  • Ability to work to a budget
  • Team player
  • Can do attitude
On Offer:

Our client can offer a rewarding career within a workplace culture that values and recognises hard work and contribution to the company. In addition to this, with genuine opportunities to develop and grow along with: 
  • A competitive remuneration package based on your experience with Company vechile 
  • Supportive and friendly culture
  • Challenging and rewarding role
  • Genuine opportunities to develop and grow
  • Work life balance
IN CONFIDENCE. Please contact Michael Higgins at Ignite on 0433 216 424 for further details and/or send updated resume through the APPLY tab. 
Sydney (Oakhurst)
Construction & Architecture
Michael Higgins