Senior Project Manager
Babcock International Group has been trusted to deliver bespoke, highly-skilled engineering services for over a century. With revenue of around $9 billion in 2016/17, we improve the capability, reliability and availability of our customers’ most critical assets across Marine, Land and Aviation sectors.
Nothing is more important to Babcock than the safety of its people, customers and the community in which we work. With the motto of ‘Home Safe Every Day’, we have an uncompromising commitment to health and safety.
About the role:
As a Senior Project Manager you will lead the Project Management team (Project managers and Support Staff), manage key Project deliverables to Time Cost and Specification; effectively manage project risk to ensure high levels of Customer Satisfaction are achieved.
To be successful in this role we are looking for someone who has the following attributes:
- Sound understanding of project management principles, process and techniques
- Knowledge of marine safety requirements and technical aspects required to administer marine projects
- Practical experience and knowledge of marine engineering practices and equipment
- Extensive demonstrable staff management experience in a Project management office or similar
- Tertiary qualified in an Engineering discipline
- A Project Management Qualification
As a successful Senior Project Manager, you will have the opportunity to work on both commercial and Navy vessels and to work on a variety of projects. You will have the opportunity to further grow and develop your career while working with an experienced team.
Babcock’s dockyard facility is located within the Royal NZ Navy’s, Devonport Naval Base on Auckland’s North Shore. This picturesque location is ideally positioned for anyone who may wish to use the Devonport or Stanley Bay ferry.
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand and capable of obtaining a New Zealand Defence Force Security Clearance.
Job no: EDAL80746
Location: Auckland - NZ
Closing Date: Saturday, 2 June 2018