How to Enter
To become a General Manager in New Zealand’s Engineering industry, it’s recommended to already have extensive industry and management expertise from working in a supervisory-level role. In addition, possessing qualifications in managing people, budgets and projects will be hugely beneficial.
Creating operational plans
Deciding how teams will work towards business goals
Setting and reporting budgets and expenses
Ensuring Health & Safety standards are met
Ensuring quality assurance and legal requirements are met
Organising the training and development of staff
Most General Managers will progress their careers further in Operational Management and go on to either become executives or specialise in other business areas such as Finance, HR or Health & Safety.
80K – 140K per annum (NZD)