We have an exciting new role for a Project Controls Manager to join a dedicated team in our Christchurch studio, leading a significant South Island project that will have impact on many people’s lives. The role will play a critical part in providing support to the Principals, ensuring appropriate control processes and systems are in place for the successful delivery of the project.
Your responsibilities will include ensuring appropriate project control processes and systems are in place, and proactively managed, to support the successful delivery of the project. The role also has responsibility for financial and project reporting, contract and change management, and assisting the risk management process. You will be working alongside Principals to manage project people resources, sub-consultant and other consultant processes and performance to ensure project milestones, deliverable and profitability expectations are met.
Your previous work experience will demonstrate the following skills and capabilities:
- Leadership over several years in project and contract management, ideally in a design consultancy environment
- Experience in a technical financial capacity
- Collaborative project team environment
- Microsoft Office suite with advanced Excel skills
- Planning software familiarity
- Planning and EV experience
- High level of accuracy and attention to detail
- Ideally, knowledge of ERP systems to research information for financial analysis
- High level of oral and written communication skills for clarity and precision with contractual documents
- Strong negotiation and relationship building skills
In return, you will be joining a dynamic team in an agile, vibrant and social work environment, with an open and collaborative approach across all studios to create a ‘one studio’ culture. We value and encourage work life flexibility. Our people are valued for their contribution to the success of the practice and individual career development is an important aspect of this success. You will have great support from an experienced team who are looking to share their work and further develop your career.
If this sounds like you, please email your CV to [email protected]. All applicants must be NZ permanent residents or hold a valid NZ work permit. We look forward to hearing from you.Close