Job Details
  • Reference374176A_1621226020
  • LocationPort Macquarie
  • Job TypeContract
  • Postedabout 1 month ago
  • ConsultantJo Elllerman


Chandler Macleod is a national and well recognised recruitment organisation and we are always on the lookout for exceptional candidates to work with us. We have a fantastic opportunity with a NSW Government agency for a Level 3/4 Project Manager: Flood Recovery Work.

Primary purpose of the role:
Assist higher level Project Manager(s) with the planning and/or delivery of a range of assigned infrastructure project tasks, or may manage small scale infrastructure projects with low to medium risk and complexity in order that time, cost, quality, safety, environmental targets and the region's business objectives and client expectations are met.


About the agency:
The Department was formed in 2020 as a central agency for regional issues. The Department is responsible for building resilient regional economies and communities, strengthening primary industries, managing the use of regional land, overseeing the state's mineral and mining resources and ensuring government investment in regional NSW is fair and delivers positive outcomes for local communities and businesses.

Public Works Advisory (PWA) is part of the Department of Regional NSW. PWA supports local and state government agencies to deliver critical infrastructure initiatives by providing expert advisory, planning, delivery and support services. We bridge the gap between the government and the private sector, helping clients to maximise value, optimise costs and manage risks in their infrastructure programs and the lifecycle management of their assets.


The details:
Contract end date - 23 May 2023
Hourly rate: $43.42 (plus super) to $46.31 (plus super)
Hours of work - 7 hours/day and 35 hours/week
Location - Port Macquarie

The essentials

  • Appropriate trade, post-trade or tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent relevant working experience in project management, architecture, building, construction or engineering (civil, environmental, mechanical, electrical, or electrical/networks).
  • Well-developed knowledge and understanding of current Work Health and Safety legislation and regulations.
  • Current NSW Driver's licence and willingness to drive to remote locations which may include overnight stays.
  • Employment screening checks, security or other clearances and health assessments.


For more information:
Please call Jo Ellerman, on 02 6659 2031, for more information or for the full position description. Alternatively hit apply now to upload your resume.