Contract Delivery Manager

Posted 12 June 2024
Job type Full time

Job description

Job Title: Contract Delivery Manager
Employer: DFP Recruitment client
Position Type: Permanant
Pay Rate: $126-140k (base salary and super included) + location and housing allowance dependent on the location
Location: Perth, WA 6000
Role Overview: Manage Contract and project delivery in accordance with corporate and divisional systems and framework to deliver safe, reliable, and quality power supply within Operational Budgets.
Key Responsibilities;
  • Power delivery: Provide visible safety leadership and coaching to ensure all contract and project delivery activities are executed safely.
  • Power delivery: Ensure contract works are organised and executed in line with agreed plans, standards, policies, budgets, and procedures.
  • Power delivery: Endure quality control of site contract works.
  • Power delivery: Deliver customer funded contract works within agreed timeframes.
  • Power delivery: Coordinate contractor’s works schedule.
  • Finance: Deliver contract and project works in accordance with budgets.
  • People: Lead and develop and capable contract work team aligned to the clients’ values.
  • People: Ensure cooperative and effective working relationship with the asset management team (works planning).
  • People: Manage contractors in accordance with contractual budget and safety requirements.
  • Safety: Endure compliance to safety standards and work practices by audit engagement of HP subject matter experts.
  • Other: Ensure compliance to native title and heritage processes, procedures, and plans
  • Other: Ensure compliance to environmental processes, procedures, and plans
  • Manage, monitor, and report on the budgets for allocated areas associated with the Kimberley services contracts.
  • Coordinate and manage the delivery of P1 and P2 maintenance and internal and customer funded capital works in areas covered by Kimberley services contract.
  • Develop collaborative working relationship between Kimberley services contractor’s suppliers and stakeholders to inform consult and support the efficient operation and delivery of projects associated with Kimberley services contract.
  • Assists the Asset Manager with the maintenance planning, programming, and budgeting for areas associated with the Kimberley services contract.
  • Develops strategies to improve cost efficiencies in service provision and delivery of works associated with Kimberley services contracts.
  • Develop, manage, and maintain documented performance indicator reports on contract performance.
Essential to be successful in this role;
  • Electrical Trade Certificate (ESI or equivalent) or Electrical Engineering Diploma and Significant Power Distribution Construction experience.
  • Project Management Qualifications
  • WA driver’s license class “C”.
  • Blue/White Card (Work Safe Construction Safety Awareness Training Course).
  • Current First Aid Certificate.
  • Sound Knowledge in the scheduling and delivery of project outcomes in accordance with relevant standards processes and practices.
  • Sound Knowledge of relevant engineering standards, regulations, and procedures.
  • Sound knowledge of safety and environmental systems, policies, and practices.
  • Sound Knowledge of complex IT based business, customer, asset, and operational systems.
  • Knowledge of contract and financial management processes.
  • Current valid NPC or able to obtain one
How to apply: If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume. If you have any questions regarding the role which is not listed, please contact Taylor Robinson at

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