Davidson is delighted to be partnering with Goldwind, one of the world's leading wind power companies in their search for an Installation Coordinator. In China Goldwind are the largest player in the wind industry and have a presence on six continents globally. By 2015, Goldwind was the world's number one wind turbine manufacturer by newly installed generation capacity. They are now in the process of recruiting a Installation Coordinator for their head office at Melbourne.
- Support the Installation & Logistics Manager and team in accumulating staff records, training, certificates and licences to ensure compliance with company policies and procedures are met.
- Deliver corporate inductions to onboarding staff and provide guidance to the individual around company IT systems.
- Communicate with HR for individuals needs based around their role.
- Assist the local Quality Assurance Administrator in their role and provide ongoing support.
- Maintain good working relationships with both internal and external Stakeholders.
- Enhance communication with project based International staff by providing administration support where needed.
- Ensure the Document Control process is followed for new procedures and processes.
- Liaise with installation and logistic teams.
- Manage and monitor personal protective equipment orders, special equipment and all vehicles.
- Prepare job interview documentation and check role requirements job interview recruitment.
- Analyse the needs of crew required at each project. When they are needed and when they can be released to other projects.
- Minimum of 3 years in an Office Administration role.
- Experience in Accounting/finance
- Related experience in Wind, Power or Construction Industry would be an advantage.
- Skilfully manage multiple tasks and prioritise accordingly
- Excellent time management and organisational skills.
- Proficient experience in Project Office systems – i.e. Microsoft word, Excel, Outlook, Visio – MYOB, MyOHS, Aconex and SAP would be an advantage.
- Able to work effectively in an Australian/Chinese cross-cultural environment.