Saturday, 31 October 2015

RecruitR Pty Ltd,Mechanical Engineer Jobs in Australia



  • Tier one; Mega projects Australia and Internationally
  • Career ladder; opportunities in senior/management/technical
  • Fully Multidiscipline
Engineering work at the top end of the market?  Finally!  An opportunity exists.  The market is moving and the 'engineering giants' are speaking - recruitment approvals have the tick and a new role for a Mechanical Engineer-Building Services exists.
 
Working as part of a large team you will join
the ranks of the Building Services Mechanical team.  Being guided and mentored by some of the best industry sector specialists across health, defence and infrastructure in the industry. 
 
You will have the opportunity to work on large-scale projects as part of a fully multidiscipline team covering all services, under the one roof (Mech, Elec, Fire, Hydraulic, Structures, Lifts, Acoustic, ESD, Security and Comms).
 
It is not essential that you have experience working with a Tier 1 firm, in fact your experience on projects at the 'smaller' end of town is exactly why they want you!  Bring your client focused, relationship based and solid engineering skills and the job is yours! 
 
If honing your experience and becoming 'Australia's leading specialist' in Health or Defence or another area of interest then this is where you will learn all that and more.
 
Required;
  • Bachelor Degree Mechanical Engineering
  • At least 7 years locally gained 'Building Services' experience 
  • Experience running small projects across any sector
 
Joining this business will offer you;
  • The chance to reach 'Executive' levels in a publically listed international firm
  • Formal training and personal development
  • Share options
  • Comfortable and flexible working environment
  • On the job mentoring
  • Family friendly hours
If this sounds like a role you are interested in then please contact me now for a confidential discussion about your career Mahlah Ludekens 07 3231 0201 or 0403 951 110 or email Mahlah@recruitr.com.au

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