Scaffold Contracts Manager APPLY NOW

Auckland & Tauranga
Full time

As a Scaffold Contract Manager, you will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring and improving the performance, productivity, efficiency and profitability of scaffold operations through the provision of effective methods and strategies.
  • Running the day-to-day planning of Scaffold teams across a number of Scaffold jobs and contracts.
  • Forward planning of jobs and resources from gear lists through to full implementation.
  • While the job is 'live' working with the main contractor, QS's, site managers or other customer representative to ensure a smooth workflow, professional response to all customer requests and the proper documentation of variation requests.
  • Maintaining good levels of utilization of equipment insuring all material is maintained and fit for use. Providing monthly reports on opportunities, wins and losses with a strong understanding of TOTAL ACCESS scaffold industry.
  • Maximising the successful running and commercial control of each project. Accurate management of projects through reporting and decision making regarding on-site activities to enable the project team to achieve best value and manage costs.
  • Assuring the organization and its mission, programs, products and services are consistently presented in strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders:


Benefits and perks


What you'll get in return:

• Competitive Salary + Company Car + Phone

• You will have the opportunity to work with a company that is a household name in the Industry and has a proven track record for safety and training 

• A kiwi owned and operated company to work in!

• A positive, collaborative and hardworking team environment.


Skills and experience


• Previous hands on experience in the Scaffold industry i.e. experience leading a team of scaffolders and ready to progress into a management role.

• Extensive experience in all aspects of customer relationship management

• Strong understanding of customer and market dynamics and requirements. 

• Strong planning and organisational skills, with the ability to relate to, guide and motivate a team. 

• Good eye for detail, thrive on challenges, deadlines and changes and be able to communicate effectively with clients.

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