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Heavy Plant And Equipment Manager Tunneling, Auckland, Maxim Recruitment

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
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Heavy Plant And Equipment Manager Tunneling, Auckland, Maxim Recruitment
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published June 30, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Heavy plant and equipment manager tunneling


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Heavy Plant and Equipment Manager Tunneling
Heavy Plant and Equipment Manager Tunneling

Ref

MAX8940

Consultant

Region

Australia and NZ

Location

Negotiable

Job Posted

29/09/2020

Type

Permanent

Status

Live

Our client, a blue chip global civil engineering contractor is seeking to appoint a seasoned Plant and Equipment Manager with experience in heavy plant and tunneling equipment for a landmark complex rail project underway in Auckland, New Zealand.

The Plant and Equipment Manager oversees plant management on the Project including investment planning, maximizing of use of owned and rented equipment, ensuring all equipment is safe and compliant and properly used.

You will be based full time on the project site in Auckland, New Zealand.

Overall JV Principles
Achieve industry leading standards for health, safety and wellbeing
Develop exceptional interfaces and collaborative relationships
Complete the project on time
Build a team committed to delivering high performance
Set new benchmarks in sustainable and environmental performance
Responsibilities and Duties
Resource and organize the plant department
Define the project strategy for providing efficient and safe plant & equipment to the construction team.
This includes developing an elaborate investment plan, source rented equipment, define the process to maintain and check equipment, and define training and accreditation needed to operate each piece of equipment
Oversee the logistics for delivery and monitoring of plant & equipment, and for the importation, transport to site, and storage of all major components of the project
Set-up a maintenance team to ensure all equipment on site is fit for purpose at all time.
Oversee the spare parts stock and procurement.
Source maintenance suppliers and subcontractors for all type of equipment on site.
Desired Skills and Experience
Technical knowledge in heavy plant and tunnelling equipment
10 years’ experience in managing a plant department in major infrastructure construction projects or as an area manager
Experience in international purchasing and importation of large plant and equipment
Skills in team work and people management and development
Ability to meet deadlines and prioritise duties
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong commitment to Health & Safety initiatives
Strong proven leadership skills
Employing Company Overview and Profile

A blue chip Tier 1 global civil engineering contractor with an impressive delivery record of major rail and infra projects is seeking to strengthen its team in Auckland on a major underground rail project.

Additional Benefits Package and Incentives

Attractive salary package comprehensive suite of benefits are available for the successful individual.

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    Maxim Recruitment
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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