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Life at Fulton Hogan is about making the most of opportunities, taking responsibility, and making it happen. We appreciate our peoples’ courage, curiosity and unique perspectives, and look to collaborate as much as possible to explore safer, smarter and more efficient ways of working in this rapidly changing world. We don’t stand still – there are always opportunities to do more and do better. Keen to progress your career? Take full advantage of our tailored training, leadership, and mentoring programs; or leverage our partnerships with industry association such as Engineers Australia, Chartered Accountants, CPA Australia, Infrastructure Sustainability Council, The National Association of Women in Construction, plus many more. Looking to enhance your wellbeing? We will encourage you to explore flexible working arrangements where possible. We offer great benefits, including corporate health and fitness programs, health insurance discounts, personal banking support, a range of retailer... discounts, up to 18 weeks paid primary carers parental leave and up to 10 days paid secondary carers leave, access to our Employee Assistance Program (including your immediate family), and the option to take more time for yourself throughout the year with our Purchase Leave Policy. Want to help us better the communities we live and work in? Our purpose of creating, connecting, and caring for communities is more than a saying to us – it’s a way of thinking, working, and living because we’re locals too, and seek to give back in ways that strengthen and build resilient communities. We do this because we genuinely care, enjoy what we do, and even manage to have some fun along the way! You’ll find us partnering with local and national community groups, like Clontarf Foundation, Black Dog Institute, and Soldier On, in addition to indigenous groups and social enterprises, to ensure that our good work positively impacts and brings about sustainable change within our industry. Do we offer a ‘competitive’ salary package? Of course! Speak to our Talent Acquisition or People & Culture team to learn more. What’s on offer? We are currently looking for a Department Manager – Civil Services to join our NSW Civil & Manufacturing team where you will lead the local team and help Fulton Hogan drive effective, safe and profitable outcomes. This is an exciting new role for the right candidate with a passion for taking on new challenges, working in a vertically integrated business you will have support from the existing teams to ensure success. Based at our Campbelltown office, we’re seeking someone with an ability to manage change, develop people and who has a demonstrated ability to meet the needs of both internal and external customers. Your key responsibilities will include: Develop new business opportunities from inception through to operation and provide ongoing management and leadership to the team Recruit and onboard staff to drive the successful implementation of the civil services department Assist in the selection and procurement of plant and equipment Identify growth and diversification opportunities working with internal and external stakeholders Providing direction and leadership to the local team to clearly establish roles and responsibilities and ensuring performance expectations are consistently met; Report and provide analysis of subcontractor spend on our projects which will lead to understanding the opportunities; Driving a safety-first approach across the department in line with Fulton Hogan’s “Living Safely” Culture Completing commercial and financial reviews of monthly project costs ensuring forecasted cost to complete are accurate across all projects/works for the month; Showing initiative to identify and address issues before they arise, with the aptitude and flexibility for taking on new challenges. To be successful in this role, you will be a highly enthusiastic and energetic hands-on- industry professional. This role will be well suited to a site engineer, project engineer or site supervisor looking for their next career challenge. You will have strong financial and commercial acumen and great people leadership skills. You will be adept at building sound relationships, managing stakeholders and have the ability to take ownership and problem solve. A demonstrated understanding of costings, budgets, forecasting, subcontractor management, estimating and cost control is necessary, as is an ability to drive positive outcomes, while fostering a culture of autonomy, accountability and continuous improvement. Our people share the same set of values that keep us REAL. Respect, Energy and Effort, Attitude and Leadership encapsulate what we stand for at Fulton Hogan and encourage us to foster a diverse and inclusive culture where we listen to, care for, celebrate, and respect everyone. If our values resonate with you, please submit an application for the position. If you’re not sure that you meet 100% of the selection criteria, that’s okay, we would still like to hear from you and potentially discuss how your skills could be utilised at Fulton Hogan. For 90 years, Fulton Hogan has been delivering high-quality infrastructure to improve the lives of people every day. Our 10,000+ team works in every kind of weather and environment, creating, connecting, and caring for communities across Australia and New Zealand. We celebrate and embrace diversity across our business and are committed to equal employment opportunities. We believe in the value that diversity brings to our team and people who share our REAL values are encouraged to apply #J-18808-Ljbffr
Perth WA Australia


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