Plant Manager / Construction Plant Manager / Yellow Plant Manager, Park Rynie, The Recruiter

Published 2022-08-06
Expires 2022-09-06
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Plant Manager / Construction Plant Manager / Yellow Plant Manager, Park Rynie, The Recruiter
South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, Park Rynie,
Published August 6, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Plant manager / construction plant manager / yellow plant manager

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Plant Manager (Building Construction)My client, an established, respected, and reputable Construction Company, based in the KZN. They are seeking to employ a Plant Manager to be responsible for managing and overseeing the effective repair and maintenance of all earthmoving equipment of the Company with the least disruption to the sites.Reporting to the Managing Director, the key performance areas for this role includes the following: KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS (DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES):Plant (Earthmoving Equipment) Strategy and PerformanceMinimise fleet downtime to achieve maximum Site Support.People Management.Financial Management including budgets and cost controlsTotal quality of maintenance functionEnsure compliance to Safety & Quality policies, procedures and standards.ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:National Diploma/Degree Mechanical Engineering EXPERIENCE:At least 20 years experience in the Mechanical field.With at least 5 years in a Senior Management position.Major exposure to the Civil Construction/Earthmoving environment.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:Financial & Reporting SkillsPeople Management SkillsLeadership SkillsBEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES:Approach work strategicallyEnthusiastically productiveMust be focused, orderly and organizedRemuneration to be negotiated based on experience

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