Careers at Pindan
Branch Administrator - Port Hedland

Port Hedland  
Employment Type:
PAM DOH Port Hedland

About Pindan

As one of Australia’s leading building and construction companies, Pindan has been delivering excellence in construction for over 40 years; we offer a comprehensive range of services including design and construction, capital raising, development management, asset management, project marketing and sales across multiple sectors.

Our operations span Australia-wide, with our head office in Perth and branches throughout WA and in Sydney and Brisbane. Our building on partnerships ethos underpins our success, and our down-to-earth approach and collective commitment to getting the job done is what sets us apart from the competition. We provide a caring company culture that is based on solid family values and has a strong focus on employee wellbeing where everyone enjoys support and training to take their career further.

About the Role

Pindan Asset Management is seeking the services of an experienced Branch Administrator to join the team in our Port Hedland office working on the Department of Housing Maintenance Works and Services project. 

As a Branch Administrator you will be required to:

  • Provide administration support to branch personnel
  • Assist in setting goals and objectives with service delivery and operations staff to ensure that all work orders are completed accurately and timely
  • Manage work and performance of multiple teams and subcontractors
  • Manage supply chain and inventory management processes
  • Understand Work Order lifecycle
  • Communicate risks and their controls with the right people at the right time and engage employees in process
  • Prioritise scheduled works within a dynamic environment
  • Report on progress and completion of activities
  • Report on compliance of procedures and processes
  • Have a thorough knowledge of legislative requirements related to the Works
  • Understand company safety, environment and quality requirements that apply to roles
  • Understand if any areas need specific approvals, licences or permits to work
  • Understand drivers of time, quality, budget and impacts of work
  • Understand and report on financial budget
  • Thorough knowledge of management systems and their application

About You

To be considered for this role, you will have:

  • Cert 3 in business or similar business studies
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience working in a similar position
  • Excellent computer skills and knowledge of MS Office
  • A keen focus on attention to detail and customer service
  • Good organisational skills with the ability to prioritise tasks and take initiative
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to work autonomously
  • A valid WA Drivers Licence 
  • The ability to provide a satisfactory Australian Federal Police Clearance prior to commencement
  • Experience using Computerised Maintenance Management systems preferred