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New Zealand’s civil and infrastructure sector is poised to enjoy its busiest period for some time. With a number of major infrastructure projects underway or due to be awarded, particularly in the Auckland region, there is a need for professionals with a range of experience to be involved with the work ahead.

This major civil contractor is looking for a health and safety manager to be specifically aligned with the latest major project. The joint venture project will include all aspects of civil and infrastructure works and will be one of the largest in New Zealand is history, employing over 1000 staff at its height. The role will include leaving a team of health and safety coordinators on a variety of different sites to make sure the project is a success from a safety health and well-being perspective. As health and safety manager you will be part of the senior management team and be responsible for producing and implementing a safety plan across all of the joint venture members and associated stakeholders.

Your experience will include a minimum of 10 years in a leadership capacity as a health and safety manager on major infrastructure projects. Experience in road or rail will be of particular interest as well as a proven track record of implementing an RM3 Management System. You will have strong man management experience and be comfortable working in an environment with multiple contractors and stakeholders. Communication and IT skills are a must and it goes without saying that an energetic and positive approach to the project’s success is expected.

The role offers an excellent salary as part of an overall package that reflects your expertise and experience in this field. If this position is of interest to you then contact Phil on +6421 489 367 or send an up-to-date copy of your CV to pponder@catalystrecruitment.co.nz. There is a genuine interest in starting interviews at the beginning of April so don’t delay in submitting your interest.


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