Leading Hand Scaffolder/Supervisor
- Employer of choice
- Newly created role with opportunity for growth
- Supportive Culture
Due to continued growth, Acrow has a new opportunity for a Leading Hand Scaffolder/Supervisor to lead scaffold teams and participate in the growth of the business in the Queenstown area. This role is based in Queenstown with support from the Christchurch Branch.
Acrow is the largest scaffolding, formwork, falsework and event infrastructure company in New Zealand. We employ over 300 people throughout our nationwide branch network, servicing the industrial, commercial, civil and residential sectors.
About the role
This is a hands on and dynamic role that offers challenge for an energetic leader who is committed to achieving success in a fast paced environment. You will be working alongside a dedicated, professional and culturally diverse team who will support you in this opportunity to extend and develop your existing skills.
Ideal requirements for this position include:
- Strong people skills at all levels from site to management
- Labour management and leadership abilities
- Able to meet with customers and develop solutions
- Excellent time management
We are looking to speak to anyone who holds a New Zealand intermediate or advanced scaffold ticket and is committed to taking on a new challenge both personally and professionally.
You will be able to lead a team of scaffolders, work autonomously and be able to interact with customers. This is a busy and influential role with room to grow and a relocation package is available to assist the successful candidate to seize the opportunity.
Joining Incentives included:
- Tailored Training for career development
- Relocation Cost
- Staff referral scheme
- Signing bonus
Then this could be the next step you have been looking for in your career.
As part of the recruitment process, suitable applicants will be required to complete Pre-Employment testing including drug and alcohol screening.
Please register your interest in this role by applying via this link: