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Stornoway is a privately-owned company founded in Tasmania over 45 years ago, growing to be part of the Australian business community with current operations across multiple states.
Committed to delivering outstanding results for their customers and delivering infrastructure services to local government, state government, government businesses and the private sector, Stornoway see themselves as a partner for infrastructure owners and promise to continuously improve their service level, work methods and strategic alignment, together.
In delivering their vision, Stornoway strive for long term, trust-based relationships built on consistent delivery, transparency and value for money. Responsiveness and innovation is their competitive edge, with their ability to remain agile.
An Employer of Choice, Stornoway believe work should be far more than ‘just a job’. They value and respect their people and see each person who works with the business, as part of the Stornoway family.
Stornoway was built on roads. Since the 1980s, the organisation has built, managed and maintained roads and road infrastructure across Australia. Their highly skilled road operations teams work 24/7 to deliver diverse projects and services including asset life cycle modeling, works planning and programming, network inspection, road condition assessments, routine maintenance, minor capital works and emergency response.
The General Manager Roads is accountable for all Stornoway road maintenance operations in Tasmania. Stornoway holds long term road maintenance contracts with the Department of State Growth, Hydro Tasmania and TasWater and the Roads Division engages more than 100 people throughout Tasmania, with operational hubs in Brighton, Western Junction and Devonport.
A member of the executive leadership team, the General Manager Roads reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
Contributing to the strategic direction of the organisation, to this role you will bring:
- Deep experience in leading a large team in an operational setting
- A track record in developing team members to reach their full potential, exceeding engagement and productivity
- Safety leadership in an operational setting
- Strong customer service credentials
- Large commercial contract comprehension and implementation skills
- Strong commercial acumen and financial literacy
- Leadership of “Lean” or similar tools to bring about business improvement
- Strong communications skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse stakeholder group
For a confidential discussion, contact Joanne Inches directly on 0408 331 311.
Please forward all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. DO NOT send applications via Seek or other online sites.
Applications close COB Friday 4th June 2021.