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As we move from a challenging 2020 to a hopeful 2021 things are starting to look up in the civil and infrastructure space as a number of large projects get up to speed. Many of these projects come with challenges that require a good dose of ingenuity and determination to overcome. My client is one of the most respected civil contractors in the heavy civil space and they have a long track record of successfully delivering major projects throughout the country. Primarily focussing on pipelines, bridges, civil structures and marine works they have built a great team of experts who know how to deliver. With a heavy workload ahead they need to build that team even further.

Their immediate requirement is for a number of supervisors with extensive experience of concrete structural projects to start in the New Year. A background in heavy civils is a given but for these roles, specific expertise in bridge building and other major civil structures is essential. As a civil supervisor you will have been involved with a good number of construction projects and have a good understanding of what makes these projects work, specifically in relation to concrete, deck pours, pre-stressed beams etc.

As supervisor you will be working closely with engineers, foremen and subcontractors to make sure that progress on the ground is in line with the programme of works. You will lead by example and so your understanding of bridge construction will be invaluable in guiding and assisting your team. Ideal requirements include,

  • 5 years plus working as a supervisor with a civil contractor
  • Extensive bridge building experience
  • Excellent team management and H&S focus
  • Desire to work for a great NZ contractor on rewarding projects

In respect to your experience you will be offered and excellent salary as part of a broader package. If this role is of interest then contact Phil via email at pponder@catalystrecruitment.co.nz or call me on +6421 49 367.


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