Manager - Commercial Construction - vory Group - Canberra - 19 Dec 2018

Full Time - Posted on December 18, 2018

A reputable and established construction group all over Australia, operating for over 30 years. This group has continually grown, increasing their turnover year to year. This company delivers Commercial Office, Government and Retail fitout, make good and refurbishment projects valued up to $100m. With their strong relationship and repeat clientele, this fitout group has secured a strong project pipeline for the coming 5 years!


Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, as a Site Manager you will commence employment delivering a major refurbishment and extension valued at over $40m in Canberra. You will be responsible managing and guiding a team of 7 as well as the Sub-contractors to ensure the project is completed on time and at the highest quality. You will be required to work Monday to Friday, with 1 Saturday per month.


Manage site safety and WHS

Coordinate trades and sub-contractors

Read and interpret site plans

Ensure time restraints are adhered to

Liaise with Clients and Consultants

Conduct site inductions and tool box talks

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE.Experience as a Senior Supervisor on large scale commercial projects

Successfully delivered a wide range of new build and fitout projects

Trade or Tertiary Qualified in a Building related discipline

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to lead and coordinate site personnel

Proficient in reading and interpreting site plans/drawings


A young, energetic and ambitious team where employees boast about the positive and professional working culture at the company, and their strong emphasis on training and development. This company prides themselves on a strong attention to detail and site safety. Management encourages regular team outings to increase team morale.


Join a collaborative and supportive working environment

Award winning and high portfolio projects to boost your CV

Steady pipeline of projects allowing for employment stability