|Job Title||Junior Project Manager – (Indigenous Identified)|
|Job Type||Full-Time Regular|
|Job Description||Junior Project Manager – Engineering |
Shine People Solutions is a small Aboriginal-owned business, we assist companies expand their Indigenous workforce and recruit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals across all levels of business.
Our client is a reputable, Indigenous owned Engineering consultancy and due to rapid growth, they are expanding their team. We are currently seeking applications from Indigenous candidates only for the position of Junior Project Manager.
The role will be based in Brisbane, with the potential for future relocation to Darwin or Cairns to carry out the role.
We are encouraging the following types of Indigenous Candidates to apply:
Engineering Graduates – recent graduates, who are looking to further their career.
Project Administrators - candidates who do not possess formal qualifications within an engineering field but have experience in project delivery and/or administering contracts, and are interested in pursuing a pathway to a relevant qualification.
Trainees - Candidates who have a genuine interest in pursuing such a career through an Engineering or Project Management Traineeship.
Whatever your level, within this role you will be provided with strong support and the training you require to be able to plan, implement and deliver on many projects. With a number of long-term clients in place, this is an exceptional opportunity for professional growth and an enviable leg-up in your early career path.
Essential to this role are the following skills and experience:
If you are interested in this incredible opportunity and believe you fit the above description, please apply now!
For further questions please contact Tegan Sax on 0404 297 296 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Equal opportunity measure - This is a program to improve the under-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in this industry and is an equal opportunity measure under section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991.