Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Civil Engineer Jobs in Australia


My clients are highly established global tier 1 design consultancy who have an office here in Sydney. This particular division - Highway maintenance are looking for an experienced Civil Engineer with exposure to highway projects and RMS guidelines.

Roles and Responsibilities of the Highway

Engineer will include 
  • Technical Design and Design review of Road or Highway, projects
  • Project Management of more junior Engineers, Designers and Drafters on a diverse portfolio of projects; 
  • You will be responsible for meeting project deadlines, monitoring budgets and controlling expenditure to meet your targets.
  • Liaising with clients, contractors, other consultants and local authorities.
  • Mentoring junior engineers.
To be considered for the role of Highway Engineer, you will
  • Degree in Civil Engineering (or other relevant)
  • 8+ years' experience in Civil Engineering 
  • Ideally you will have experience for an Engineering Consultancy in Australia on Road or Highway projects
  • Strong technical ability in Civil Design using AutoCAD
  • Knowledge of local Government and Service Authority, construction standards, specifications and processes
  • Impeccable communication skills (written and verbal) to aid in continuous interaction with team members and outside stakeholders.
Applications from candidates overseas with no local experience will not be considered or acknowledged.

Design & Build specialises in recruitment for the Construction, Engineering & Property industries on a national and international basis. Design & Build prides itself on only hiring recruitment specialists, finding the right people for the right jobs and doing the right thing by both job seekers and employers alike.

If you feel your experience matches the person specification please contact Daniel Jones on + 61 2 9376 8200 / djones@designandbuild.com.au Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted and your application will be treated as strictly confidential

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