Senior Project Manager



Auckland, New Zealand
Posted on Monday, June 10, 2024
  • Full Time
  • Application Closes 10 Jul 2024
  • Auckland - Auckland
  • Manager

About McKay

McKay is New Zealand’s largest family-owned electrical contracting company with a depth of experience spanning over 80 years. McKay is a vertically integrated business providing end-to-end electrical and engineering solutions. McKay is the parent brand, and over a number of years through both acquisition and start up, has a range of companies within the McKay Group to serve all electrical and engineering needs. From renewable energy solutions to large construction projects, McKay can provide electrical services from initial design to whole of life maintenance programmes.

About the role

We are searching for a skilled Project Manager to join the McKay team based in Penrose Auckland. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to make their mark within a business that is values-driven, with great company culture.

Our ideal candidate will have extensive electrical experience and either be a registered electrician with contracts management experience or an Electrical Engineer with a background in managing projects. You must be a professional, self-motivated, and confident individual with the ability to build and maintain a strong rapport with key stakeholders.

In addition, the following qualifications, skills, and attributes are desirable to enable the candidate to be successful in this role:

  • Applicable Project Management Diploma or Electrical Engineering Degree
  • 8+ years of work experience
  • Well-developed computer literacy skills, specifically with Microsoft and Project Management tools
  • Solid leadership and open communication skills
  • Highly developed project management & coaching skills
  • Analytical and strategic thinking skills
  • Flexibility to manage multiple demands, priorities issues, and risks
  • Ability to analyse complex technical information and provide advice

For the right candidate, McKay offer a wonderful culture, attractive rewards, and long-term career opportunities.

If this appeals to you, apply now!

Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand. If you are not a New Zealand or Australian citizen, you must have the right to permanent residence.