Site Manager (Building) - Laing O'Rourke - Sydney

Location: Sydney
Job Type: Full time
Contact: Rachael Peters
Email: email Rachael
Reference: 71343

Laing O’Rourke is a $7 billion engineering enterprise dedicated to challenging and changing the face of construction worldwide. The business has delivered some of Australia’s largest, most technically-complex projects within the transport, oil and gas, building construction, defence, airports, mining, marine, civil and social infrastructure sectors.



About the role




Laing O'Rourke is recruiting for a Site Manager for a major Building project based in Sydney.




Key responsibilities




You will be required to lead the project delivery functions and requirements for Laing O'Rourke on the project. The role has responsibility over every stage in the delivery of the project from initial planning and assessment through to procurement, delivery and finalisation activity of secured projects.



You will have




You will have a minimum of 10+ year’s industry experience in construction/build projects as a Site Manager ideally working on large scale project for large contractors.







At Laing O'Rourke we work hard to create an environment that brings out the very best in our people. We believe in building careers amid a safe, connected and innovative culture – not just creating jobs.



We want to equip all our people with the skills they need to be part of a dynamic Engineering Enterprise.



We have our own specialised learning and development programs, providing access to industry-leading learning tools to help every employee acquire the core competencies and skills needed to excel in this fast-changing environment.   



We have committed to a number of policies and programs to improve our gender composition, including our industry-leading paid parental leave policy, where the primary carer is entitled to 26 weeks of paid leave, 18 of which are at full pay and eight weeks at half pay.



Laing O'Rourke is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.