Pae Whakahaere

Overview | He whakamārama

Site managers work across our four-generation schemes overseeing the day-to-day operations of thermal and hydro energy generation to ensure that our Power Stations operate at an optimal level. A site manager has a long list of accountabilities to ensure the overall success of the Power Station and the safety of all employees.

The Work | Ngā mahi

As a Site Manager, you will:

  • Develop and implement strategies to make sure the Power Station runs successfully
  • Collect data and identify methods to reduce waste and inefficiencies
  • Manage budgets
  • Be available for employees to report issues to
  • Maintain productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Working Environment | Wāhi mahi

    Site managers are based on-site at the Power Station but often travel for meetings.

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    Tools and Equipment | Taputapu

    A site manager does not use any special tools per se but is responsible for the safe running of all equipment and tools at their site.


    As they are based on-site, you will always see a site manager wearing steel cap boots, long pants, and sleeves.

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