#JOB – Design Manager (Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter)

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Design Manager


Downer are seeking an experienced Design Manager. You will ensure that the project team deliver outcomes to scope, specifications and schedule. You will manage all aspects of multi-disciplined engineering projects within the team and provide overall leadership on design projects.


  • A design office background with a passion for project management.
  • Proven experience in leading multiple disciplines of engineering teams and project management on large projects
  • The drive to ensure that your team meet or exceed project requirements in terms of quality, budget and schedule
  • Strong team leadership experience and skills
  • Highly effective communication style teamed with strong interpersonal, negotiation and influencing skills across all levels.
  • Strong business acumen, analysis/problem solving, resilience and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to identify needs and instill in your team the behaviors needed to effectively project manage the design effort.
  • Collaborative approach and demonstrated ability to enhance organizational culture


  • Career opportunities within a vast and growing company
  • A supportive and dynamic team environment workplace that focuses on Zero Harm
  • Being a part of well-known and highly respected multidisciplinary ASX listed organization


To apply for this great opportunity please click the apply now button

Closing Date: 04 August 2017

For more information contact: Doreen Noue E: doreen.noue@mineraltechnologies.com

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