It's an exciting time to join Tonkin + Taylor! If you are a self-starter and keen to join a high-performing team then this is the opportunity for you.
We are looking for a full-time Project Controller to join our Project Controls team based in Newmarket.
As a Project Controller, you will be part of a Project Team that ensures the smooth running of the project by providing high-quality end-to-end project support services.
This role is packed full of variety and responsible for support duties to deliver projects on time and within budget.
Key Responsibilities :
Initiate and finalise project documentation, including contracts, variations to contracts, and letters of engagement
Set up of projects using T+T systems with detailed project information, ensuring risk assessments have been appropriately and accurately recorded
Chair and minute project meetings
Work alongside the project team to understand client deliverables (internal and external) to anticipate their needs
Initiate, review and finalise Project plans on all designated Projects in consultation with Project Team
Manages the project programme alongside the project team and updates any changes in key deliverables to all stakeholders
Monitor, control and consult with the project team regularly regarding Project Plans and update in T+T systems
Coordinate and participate in the project debrief and assist with continuous improvement processes
Assist with financial acumen, understanding of accounting principles, and compliance with accepted accounting practices
Ability to provide guidance regarding project profit or loss (variance), tracking and controlling budgets, revenue recognition, variation requirements and the analysis of financial reports
Monitor and assist with the update of project and financial information e.g. Budget, Start / End Dates, Closure and Note descriptors
Preparation of prebilling documentation for invoices processing, transfers, reallocations, and credit notes
Coordinate Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable processes for Project Teams
Arrange appropriate filing of project documents and information using agreed company processes
What you'll bring to the table :
Project Management expertise, whether that is as a Project Manager, working in a Project Management environment, or with a relative qualification
Competent with the administration of project financial processes i.e. project forecasting, invoicing, debt collection, budgeting
Understanding of accounting principles, and financial terms
Analytical problem-solving skills and scheduling skills
Advanced technology aptitude and high level of computer skills including intermediate to advanced user of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Visio, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Confidence to work in an environment that deals with a broad range of people from managers to staff
Is an outgoing team player, enthusiastic about their role in the project team
Enjoys a fast-paced and busy work environment, comfortable working autonomously
Able to be flexible to work outside normal working hours if required
Interested? Great, keep reading!
T+T is proud to offer an environment with a great culture where you are empowered to deliver results, with your development and learning at the forefront.
In return, we can offer you the chance to work in one of New Zealand's leading Environmental and Engineering Consultancies, inside a well-regarded Project Team where you will work alongside skilled practitioners to deliver the best solutions and outstanding results.
This is a great opportunity to join a collaborative team and grow your career. Don't delay, apply now.
We particularly encourage speakers of Te Reo Māori or Pasifika languages to apply.
For more information please contact Emily,