2 X Project Managers 2 Year Term



An opportunity exists for a project management professional to join Armidale Regional Councils Asset Management & Strategic Planning Team during an exciting period of infrastructure growth; we are looking for a vibrant, dynamic individual to join our team for a two year fixed term.

Applications are being requested for a Project Manager- Civil Infrastructure who will be responsible for providing high quality, innovative and practical civil engineering services.

What you will need to succeed.

  • Prepare and manage projects for a number of infrastructure areas which may include; CBD revitalisation initiatives, bridge replacements, traffic facilities, playgrounds and recreational upgrades, village improvements, building, facility and aquatic new builds and upgrades.
  • Ensure the delivery of designated construction works on time within budget and to the required engineering standard.
  • Administer, supervise and manage contracts through stages of procurement, award, construction, defects liability and maintenance periods for construction and maintenance projects.
  • Conduct project planning meetings prior to, during and following construction to ensure contractor performance is in accordance with specifications and plans.
  • Key stakeholder engagement, communications, management and reporting for external funding bodies.

This is a full time role that currently provides a salary range from $1623.09 to $1825.86 dependent upon the successful incumbent’s qualifications and experience plus superannuation along with the opportunity to work a 9-day fortnight.

For more detailed information please contact Allan Cooper, Acting Manager Asset Management & Strategic Planning –on 02 6770 3924 or on 0409 540 197.

Working at Council

If you are looking for a career where no two days are the same and enjoy being part of a team with a focus on growth and opportunity, then we strongly suggest you apply for this role. You will be part of a thriving and supportive culture where teams are encouraged to collaborate and share ideas in an informal and supportive environment. We're an organisation that people feel proud and empowered to work for, and we see that reflected in the way our employees genuinely live our values.

How to Apply:

  • All applicants must address each of the selection criteria points as provided in the position description. When addressing each selection criteria we recommend that responses are prepared in a separate word document and once completed responses can be copied into the relevant section of the application.
  • Please ensure you have attached a resume including details of at least two referees.

Applications close at 5.00 pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020.

Council is a non-smoking workplace and is committed to the principles and practices of Equal Opportunity and Cultural Diversity.