Job Description

Across the Monadelphous workforce, you will find stories of people who took an opportunity to make a difference with us and built a career and lifetime friendships as a result. We employ over 7,500 highly skilled people who contribute positively to our operations and the communities in which we operate. Ours is a culture built over 50 years, and it’s the reason for our continued success. 
Our Maintenance and Industrial Services division specialises in the planning, management and execution of maintenance, shutdowns and sustaining capital works.
Monadelphous has been a part of the Central Queensland community for over 15 years, providing vital jobs to locals and those who consider Gladstone home. We are currently recruiting for appropriately skilled people who are keen to join the Monadelphous family and grow with us in this region.
The role of Supervisor will see you working at one of our long term sites in Gladstone and responsible for carrying out a wide range of tasks from planning, coordinating and supervising daily activities of work crews, working closely with project Supervisors and Superintendent, ensuring compliance with internal, client and legislative HSE requirements through to ensuring that the quality, production and environmental requirements of the project are met.  
This is a local only position, you must reside in Gladstone or surrounds to be considered for the role. 
Why us?
We provide the benefits you’d expect from a leading Australian company, but what makes us different?
  • Our work. We offer diverse, challenging work on some of the world’s biggest resources, energy and infrastructure projects. 
  • Our culture. We’re solution focused, reliable and embrace a ‘can-do’ team environment. 
  • Our loyalty. We want you to reach your potential, we’d like to help you get there.
What you will bring
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience as trade-based supervisor with maintenance/shutdown background
  • Trade qualification in either Mechanical and or Structural discipline
  • Proven ability managing multidiscipline work crews
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent working knowledge of workplace health and safety
  • Experience in effective planning, scheduling, management of personnel, resources and equipment to meet Project requirements
  • Sound proficiency in the use of MS Suite (Outlook, Word & Excel)
  • Open Drivers Licence
  • Proof of right to work in Australia
Safety is at the forefront of everything we do, and we live by our promise: The safe way is the only way. We embrace the benefits of employing hardworking people from a range of backgrounds, so we encourage applications that contribute to our diverse workplace. If you’d like to see our Diversity Policy, you’ll find it on our website