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Project manager, Christchurch City Council, Christchurch 

The Transport Project Management team at the Council are proud of the part that they play in driving the development of infrastructure to support making Christchurch a safer and easier city to travel around.

Responsible for managing projects from conception through to completion of construction, you get to be part of a diverse range of projects such as major cycle ways, master plan projects, intersection safety improvements and network upgrades just to name a few.

You're a professional Project Manager who is ready for the variety of projects that we deliver here. When you join us, you'll be joining a supportive team who values collaboration and are passionate about the impact their role has on the community.

You already have a successful career in Infrastructure Project Management and are ready to deliver a diverse range of transport projects. Ideally you will have experience in the transport/roading field. You communicate effectively and relate to a wide variety of stakeholders within complex environments. You are a strategic thinker, focused on results, while also able to attend to the details to ensure things are done on time and within budget.

In these roles you will:

  • drive a number of key transport projects within the Council's long term plan
  • lead teams developing creative project solutions
  • engage with both internal and external stakeholders to drive positive project outcomes
  • link the stakeholders and the project team, ensuring the end user is front of mind at all times.
  • support the auditing and assessment of project delivery across the portfolio

provide direction and project leadership throughout project planning and delivery.

 Find out more and apply here before 29 March 2020. 

 

Senior Project manager, Christchurch City Council, Christchurch 

The City Council’s Transport Project Management team at the Council are proud of the part that they play in driving the development of infrastructure to support making Christchurch a safer and easier city to travel around.

Responsible for managing projects from conception through to completion of construction, you get to be part of a diverse range of projects.

You're a professional Senior Project Manager who is ready for the variety of projects that we deliver here.

You already have a successful career in Infrastructure Project Management and are ready to deliver a diverse range of transport projects. Ideally you will have experience in the transport/roading field. You communicate effectively and relate to a wide variety of stakeholders within complex environments. You are a strategic thinker, focused on results, while also able to attend to the details to ensure things are done on time and within budget.

In these roles you will:

  • drive a number of key transport projects within the Council's long term plan
  • lead teams developing creative project solutions
  • engage with both internal and external stakeholders to drive positive project outcomes
  • link the stakeholders and the project team, ensuring the end user is front of mind at all times
  • support the auditing and assessment of project delivery across the portfolio
  • provide direction and project leadership throughout project planning and delivery
  • coach and advise other project managers within the team.

As a senior, you will be involved in all of the above whilst leading and coaching others.

Find out more and apply here before 25 March 2020. 

Project manager Capital Delivery Community - 2 Years Fixed Contract, Christchurch City Council, Christchurch 

The City Council’s projects cover a wide spectrum from vertical infrastructure to strategic planning. You could be working on a harbour structure, a community facility or a Council wide strategy. Their communities are passionate about everything they do so excellent written and verbal communication skills and being comfortable liaising with key stakeholders is essential.

You will be managing a mixture projects for our Parks and Community Facilities teams. In this role you would have proven experience at the front end with business case development and scoping work continuing through to close-out. Projects would include the repair of Heritage buildings and ecological restoration. On some projects you'll be required to understand and apply the context in which the Council operates, including at the political interface, and the priorities and perspectives of partner agencies and external stakeholders.

You will be successful in this role you'll have the following:

  • A good understanding of procurement and tendering processes, preferably in a local government context as well as experience with NZS3910 and consultancy services contracts
  • End-to-end Project Management experience covering initiating, scoping, planning, delivering and closing out projects
  • A sound knowledge of construction techniques is desirable
  • You will also be PMP certified or have a degree or Certificate in Project Management

Find out more and apply here before 17 March 2020. 

Project manager Recreation, Sports Facilities - Fixed Contract, Christchurch City Council, Christchurch 

The Council’s Capital Delivery Community Unit are proud of the part that they play in shaping Christchurch City.

This two-year fixed-term position is dedicated to look after the Council facilities within the Recreation, Sports and Events unit. You'll manage upgrade projects for thier current recreation and sporting facilities such as Pioneer and Jellie Park, making sure that they are of good quality, safe and appropriate for their users.

To be successful you will have a relevant qualification. A number of year's proven experience in delivering multiple and diverse projects ideally within a local government environment, with an emphasis on developing project scopes and onsite coordination of multiple contractors. You'll have a proven track record of successfully delivering repair/upgrade projects across a wide range of sites that will be operational. You'll have excellent communication skills and be comfortable liaising with key stakeholders. You'll have a sound understanding of procurement principals and experience in executing contract responsibilities. You'll have the ability to cope with and manage scope changes/reprioritising in a very dynamic project environment while maintaining a focus of delivering on time, within budget and with the required quality.

Responsible for the project management across a number of concurrent projects, you will be a confident person who enjoys working in an environment that requires a solution orientated, community focused and positive 'can do" attitude.

Find out more and apply here before 24 March 2020. 

  

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