Project Manager Support
New Plymouth or Whanganui
We might be a little biased, but we reckon Powerco’s Electricity Works Delivery Team is a pretty special place to work. Completing large infrastructure upgrades? Check. Responding to major events? Check. Delivering multimillion-dollar projects? Check. We’re all about working on the important things that make a big difference to our customers and communities. To do this, we need planners, thinkers, doers, systems gurus, people people, leaders and followers to work collaboratively and get the job done.
If you pass the team-fit test with flying colours, let's chat about the role. We are seeking an early career project manager who needs a change of scene in order to flourish. You’ll have all the fundamentals in place – a strong knowledge base, a team player willing to pitch in your expertise, a natural flair for engaging people, and a track record of making things happen.
You’ll have a knack for building relationships that deliver win-win outcomes. You’ll be able to prioritise and say no when needed. You’ll be solution-focused, empathetic, and take a balanced approach to decision making. Your comfort with digital ways of working and be able to quickly decipher technical issues and identify smarter ways of working. Of course, you’ll pass the “on the bus” test and work within Powerco’s Values, Code of Business Conduct, policies and standards which collectively define the base-line behaviours required of us all.
If you have proven performance, plenty of potential and just need a break to pursue your passion for project management, let’s talk.
Applications close: Friday 9 October 2020
At Powerco, we are strong supporters of inclusion and diversity and believe that a diverse workplace adds to our ideas, solutions and overall strength. We foster a flexible working environment that is collaborative and trusted and is representative of the community which we serve. We believe that individuals thrive, and the business prospers when people have a rewarding work experience and can be themselves.
Whiria te tangata - weave the people together.