Saturday, 25 June 2016

People Grow Business,Project and Asset Engineer Jobs in Australia

Lower Burdekin Water

About us:
Lower Burdekin Water (LBW) is a Category 2 Water Authority and a Water Service Provider responsible for managing the groundwater resources in the Burdekin Delta.  We own and operate extensive infrastructure to supply water throughout our authority area for aquifer recharge and irrigation.  Our authority area contains approximately 42,000 hectares of irrigated agricultur
The Burdekin district is the sugar capital of Australia and is one of the most prosperous rural communities in the country, famous for its fantastic fishing, unspoilt beaches and spectacular wetlands.  You will reside in one of the shire's two main towns, Ayr or Home Hill which lie just 12kms apart and boast a range of modern facilities.
About the role:
Reporting to the Executive Officer, you will manage the development and successful delivery of Lower Burdekin Water's capital projects.  You analyse ongoing asset performance and provide outstanding internal and external communication flow and sound business decisions/direction to assist in delivering sustainable aquifer management and water distribution throughout the authority area. Your excellent networking, communication and management skills deliver highly regarded, professional relationships with stakeholders, a strong future focus and local connection.
The ideal candidate will have:
  • High level knowledge and experience with civil structures and construction gained within an operational environment, preferably including water distribution systems;
  • Proven project development and implementation skills in agricultural construction environments;
  • Proven asset monitoring, analysis and maintenance skills ;
  • Professional and accurate contract management skills linking to successful delivery of projects on time, on budget and to stakeholder satisfaction;
  • Advanced computer skills including software for professional communication, computer aided drafting -CAD, budget development and management, asset monitoring and analysis, project scheduling and management;
  • Demonstrated leadership and people management skills for high performing teams, contractor and customer relationships;
  • Contemporary planning, organising and prioritising techniques for busy and diverse work roles;
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills; and
  • Formal qualifications such as environmental or civil engineering, built environment, or construction engineering, agricultural science or similar.
This is an exciting opportunity for a professional, passionate and details-oriented person to join an established workforce and enter a full-time, permanent role that offers diversity and flexibility. A generous salary will be offered commensurate with experience. Applications (cover letter & resume) can be sent to no later than 18 July 2016.
For further details, please contact Marnie McCullough of People Grow Business
on 0428 739 819.

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