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Careers 2019-11-22T11:05:40+11:00

Join our team!

With over 30 years in the business of making commercial offices, we know how important a good office environment is for attracting (and keeping) the best staff in the business.

Our North Sydney open plan environment is packed full of different working and learning environments. Vintage pinball machines, arcade games, jukebox machine, caravan meeting room, massage chair, pool table, ping pong table and more are packed into our space.

That could be why, on average our staff happiness level for the last year alone is at 8/10 (that is, our staff answer between I am happy in my role, to I love getting out of bed, bring on a new work day!)

Beyond the epic environment our team has, we’re about employing good, honest people, who become like family. Together, we can have fun and not take ourselves too seriously, but we’re accountable and work hard too – and our clients know and appreciate that.

We’re hiring for a couple of roles specified below, if any of these sound like you, please get in touch!  And, we’re always on the look out for great people to join our growing team. If you’re interested in working with us, hit the button below!

Project Manager

We’re looking for a driven, team player to join our Project Management team. The Project Manager will plan, budget and complete projects according to project scope, within budget & to safety and quality requirements.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage client expectations through regular contact and meetings
  • Manage all project stakeholders (designers, contractors, private certifiers, building managers, finance dept, Site Managers etc.) to ensure project goals are met
  • Interpret plans and provide final cost and quantities of materials needed
  • Supervise, in conjunction with Site Managers subcontractors to make sure standards & regulations of building performance, quality, cost schedules and safety are maintained
  • Negotiate with, select and assess performance of subcontractors
  • Maintain accurate project cost control

About you:

You will have 1-5 years experience in a similar role and understand the importance of managing stakeholders for the duration of a project, acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of project team members and third-party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to plan.

Personal drive, initiative and resourcefulness, alongside excellent communications skills, are qualities we look for in the role. We’re looking for someone who has management and leadership ability, and is able to problem solve and stick to timelines.

To be successful in this role you will need:

  • Demonstrated Design & Construct Project Management experience
  • Capacity to work as part of a team with the ability to work autonomously as required
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to proactively communicate with team members

Should you feel you have the applicable skill set, please apply with your detailed resume

No agencies please.

Wood Machinist

With over 2,500m2 of manufacturing and production space CoDesign develop customised office furniture by using state-of-the-art computer-aided technology that is linked to our manufacturing equipment. The latest technology ensures the highest quality end products, with the ability to deliver on time and within budgets

As we expand, we are looking for a CNC Operator/Wood Machinist to become part of our dynamic team in the CoDesign Division located in Somersby as part of the Sheldon Commercial Interiors Team founded in 1989 with now growing team over 60 employees across North Sydney and Central Coast locations.

The Wood Machinist is responsible for organising and coordinating shaping of wood pieces, finish and polish fittings and make frames using manufacturing machinery.

Essential Duties of the role

  • Operate Beam Saw
  • Operate Board Storage System
  • Operate Nesting Machine
  • Operate CNC Router
  • Operate Edge Bander
  • Follow daily production schedules
  • Notify manager when materials are not available
  • Follow rework procedures
  • Maintenance of machinery
  • Regularly update and maintain machinery data
  • General upkeep of work area
  • Liaise with tool and service suppliers as directed
  • Assist managers and other factory staff as directed
  • Responsible for product quality
  • Implementation of operational systems as instructed, in line with the Quality Management System
  • Receive goods in
  • Loading of trucks
  • Implementation of company policies and procedures related to factory operations
  • Accurate physical stock taking
  • Liaise with Machinery Manager on Factory Related issues
  • Develop full awareness of company WHS practices and ensure they are implemented appropriate to their work function as well as adhere to all WHS requirements
  • Perform Factory shutdown when instructed

QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

– First Aid Certificate

– 2-5 years in similar position

– WHS Training

– Trade Certificate

Should you feel you have the skill set and experience for the role, please apply with your cover letter and CV.