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Type of contract:
Full-Time Permanent
Industry field:
Parks and Gardens / Horticulture
Type of position:
Administrator
Application Closing Date:
March 22, 2022

Dependent on experience.

Contract Manager

The Opportunity & Requirements

An opportunity exists for an experienced Contract Manager to manage an iconic large parks and open space contract in the center of Sydney.

This highly motivated and well organised person will be responsible for the functions of large accounts including planning, tracking, management of documentation, reporting and analysis. The role incorporates all aspects of client relations, invoice processing and general administration duties, whilst working to establish client relationships and maintain all aspects of work related to client needs and potential workloads.

Your key responsibilities include:

Monitor the visual and horticultural quality of job sites.
Perform quality work that increases retention and referral rates.
Analyse and resolve maintenance/service problems, and assist with problem solving.
Sell landscape enhancements, create accurate estimates and prepare proposals.
Approve purchases of materials for landscape upgrade work and maximise their utilisation.
Complete jobs within budgetary restraints.
Make customer satisfaction a priority and maintain a positive relationship with clients.
Make customer satisfaction a priority and maintain a positive relationship with clients.
Meet with subcontractors as required.
Sell landscape enhancements.
Ensure all paperwork is completed and submitted to Operations/Accounts for invoice processing.
Communicate and co-ordinate service activities with Team Member Supervisor.
Create landscape upgrade quotations and proposals.

The requirements

We love a positive, can-do attitude! Along with this, you will need:

Create maintenance sales leads.
Co-ordinate people, materials and equipment necessary to produce jobs within budget and time.
Must be able to communicate instructions clearly and concisely.
Must adhere to company policies and safety standards.
Able to work as part of a team.
Must maintain a professional appearance and monitor the appearance of team members.
Must represent our Company’s corporate philosophy.
Must hold a current drivers licence.

Our Team and Culture

Skyline Landscape Services has been a horticultural industry leader for 30 years. Our teams work on some of Australia’s most iconic sites, and our clients are spread across all capital cities, with projects spanning high end prestige sites, to the local suburban parks and streets in your suburb. With a national team of over 500, based in NSW, QLD, VIC, ACT and WA our staff are our greatest asset and the foundations of Skyline, their work is the core reason why we are continuing to grow together today.

The Benefits

Supportive management team.
Opportunities for growth and further training.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) providing free psychology sessions a year, along with an online Wellbeing Centre.
Rewards & Discounts Program exclusive to our team, saving you money on everyday purchases.
Fantastic team culture.

How to apply

Please email your resume and cover letter to careers@skylinelandscape.com.au


Sorry, application for this job is closed.

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