Project Lead – Career Progression
Research and deliver ground-breaking initiatives through the enhancement of Career Progression for the Construction and Infrastructure Industry
“We welcome applicants from anywhere in New Zealand, you do not need to be based in Auckland”
The Centre of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) is a new initiative funded by the Government for the Construction and Infrastructure Industries. This brand-new organisation has been tasked by TEC (Tertiary Education Commission) to engage with the NZ Construction & Infrastructure sector to understand their workforce needs. Based at MIT’s new custom built trades training school, Tech Park, the successful applicants will be integral and instrumental to the direction of vocational education within the Construction and Infrastructure Industries researching and recommending vocational education tools and training to meet the sectors workforce needs. To deliver this innovative mandate ConCOVE’s General Manager is seeking a Project Lead to champion Career Progression one of five project streams where you will be researching and reviewing all the career opportunities across the Construction and Infrastructure Industry and collaborating with other Project Leads and Researchers. Your findings will inform an overarching Career Framework, mapping different job types, and Career Progression and defining strategies for this innovative framework.
This role is vital to the success of ConCOVE leading research programmes and partnering with key stakeholders such as representatives from the NZ Construction and Infrastructure sector, education, iwi and other priority groups to recommend informed innovative revolutionary reform to the industry.
Key Responsibilities Include
- Partnering and developing excellent relationships with the project stakeholders to identify, a plan, research, and report findings
- Leading the research programme and collaborating with the project team to co-ordinate the research analysis, documentation and reporting requirements throughout the project lifecycle.
- Leading the strategic direction of the project stream and context, managing internal and external resources, and maintaining a financial overview of project costs
- Providing ongoing reporting and monitoring updates to the Director and supporting and mentoring other team members.
We Are Seeking:
- An experienced Project Lead who is emotionally intelligent and strategic
- A passionate individual who is well networked, technically, and commercially savvy.
- Experienced report writer and researcher with knowledge of the Construction and Infrastructure sector.
If you are hands -on and bring an educational lens you will enjoy this stimulating, groundbreaking role.
We offer a work environment which values genuine people who care for others, are well-connected, open and approachable and strive for excellence in all we do.
Ka hoatu mātou he wāhi mahi haumaru ki te tāngata, he wāhi ngākau nui ki te āwhi tāngata, he wāhi manaaki, he wāhi whai pānga, he wāhi āhuru me te kaha whai i te hiranga i ngā wā katoa.
‘Oku mau ma’u ‘a e ‘ãtakai ngãue ‘oku ne fakamahu’inga’i lahi ‘a e kakai lelei ‘oku nau ‘ofeina mo tokonia ‘a e kakai kehe’, fehokotaki mo vã lelei mo e kakai’, loto tau’atãina pea fanout ‘a e fetu’utaki mo kinautolu’ pea nau tuiaki ke ma’u ‘a e lelei taha’ ‘i he ngãue kotoa pë ‘oku nau fakahoko’.
Matou te ofoina atu se falefaigaluega e fa’atāuaina tagata amiotonu e alolofa i nisi, ma e tele le latou feso’otaiga ma mafuataga eseese, e talia so’o se tulaga ma aga tausa’afia e tauivi mo mea sili i so’o se galuega matou te faia.
Job Reference: 27699
For a copy of the job description or to APPLY please visit http://careers.manukau.ac.nz
For all other enquiries’ contact Alison Redfern-Daly Talent Acquisition Specialist, People and Culture, phone 09 968 8759.
Applications close: Sunday 5th December 2021
(Please note we will be interviewing prior to the above close date).