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As part of our team, you’ll share your talent and energy to help achieve the best results for our partners and for the thousands of people who live, work and play in the buildings we create.

In return, we’ll support you to grow and to do work that excites you and makes you proud.

Adam Moore


A message from the Managing Director

It was about camaraderie and mateship, enjoying what we were doing, and having each other’s backs.

We Welcome Everyone

Variety is the spice that makes us better builders.

We build for diverse communities, so it’s commonsense that our PBS community of builders mirrors that diversity.

When we work with other people who see and experience the world differently than we do, we improve our ability to build with insight, empathy and understanding.

While each of us may think and act differently, we share a common spirit of endeavour and we actively support each other.

What ouR team members say

I started out as an office administrator but when I mentioned I was interested in contract administration, PBS gave me study leave and supported me financially through a CA course. I’m still growing and expanding my knowledge but there are plenty of people around to help me if I have questions. I’m sure that even if I asked one of the executives, they’d help me. That’s just the sort of place PBS is.
Ashley Loiterton
Contract Administrator
When I joined PBS, it was the first time in my career that I felt I really belonged somewhere. I get to do a wide variety of tasks, which I love, and the people around me go out of their way to help me prevail and succeed. I not only have great career prospects, but I’m also healthier and happier than I’ve ever been in a job.
Jordan Murray
Junior Site Engineer
Working on an award-winning PBS project like Latitude25 has been a huge opportunity for me. It was my first job for PBS as a junior contract administrator and I’ve since become a site engineer. Eventually I want to work as a project manager. I love that PBS gives me such great opportunities to take on more responsibility.
Nelsi Patel
Junior Site Engineer

My PBS Career Story

Project Manager Josh Martin takes 5 to talk pathways and progress

What attracted you to PBS?
The thing that drew me in was the size of the business. I like that we’re big enough to take on some pretty interesting projects, but we’re small enough where the people who work here are not just a number. That’s what got me here and what has kept me here.
What role did you start in?
I started as a junior contract administrator in Canberra. I was a carpenter by trade and then went to uni to study building and construction. I worked as a cadet and site supervisor for a couple of different builders and then got the job at PBS. I was still studying for my degree at the time.
Did you see a clear career path from the outset?
I knew there were opportunities and that became clear when I gained experience working on some student accommodation jobs and was promoted to contract administrator. Not long after, I was approached by another company, but I had a chat with our general manager and we came up with a career progression plan that eventually saw me transition to site engineer. I did that until 2019 when I became a project manager, and now I’ve moved to the Gold Coast to run PBS projects here.
What are your long-term goals?
I see myself being here for another 20 years. I’m not planning on going anywhere! My focus is on trying to move into a leadership role where I can be part of mentoring and developing the next group who are coming through. That’s my goal and what I’d like to do.

The right balance

Our workplace vibe is positive and irresistible.

We enjoy each other’s company and love sharing our interests. Fun comes naturally to us, that’s why we have regular adventures, competitions and get-togethers. We’re incredibly skilled at finding any excuse to celebrate and spend time together.

Work Perks

We inspire and reward our team with great employee benefits.


Your health
and wellbeing

Your family
and finances

Your development
and recognition

Want to know more?

PBS does not accept unsolicited assistance from search firms/employment agencies for recruitment.

Adam Moore


I started my career as a carpenter in the Blue Mountains.

While working on building sites, I experienced the type of culture that made me keen to get to work in the morning and contribute to the team’s efforts.

It was about camaraderie and mateship, enjoying what we were doing, and having each other’s backs. These were powerful motivators, and they’ve continued to be the bedrock factors I’ve looked for throughout my career with different companies across different countries.

They’re what led me to PBS.
I want the same things for the people I work with here that I want for myself.

I want you to enjoy coming to work. I want you to feel you’re contributing to something important, that we acknowledge your work and that you personally benefit from your efforts.

I want to set you up for success and give you the chance to explore your potential with guidance from leaders who want you to thrive. I want you to trust that we’ll have your back and know that you’ll have mine.

A common spirit of adventure and inclusiveness drives everything that we do at PBS.

Join us and discover your own platform for success within our team.