|Department||Drainage & Water|
|Applications close||21st July 2019|
|Work Type||Full time|
This is your opportunity to do it all - directly shape the urban environment of our district!
Timaru District Council is looking for a Water Services Engineer to be at the forefront of our critical infrastructure.
With a holistic view of our district’s infrastructure, you will design and implement future-focused three water solutions. You will assist in the project management, design, planning and implementation of our three waters capital projects. Your role will enable the development of critical infrastructure in our district and ensure that we continue to be the best we can be!
We need someone who:
- Is a self-starter and proactive problem solver.
- An understanding of CAPEX and project delivery.
- Can be dynamic in their approach.
- Brings a recognised qualification to the role in engineering.
You will have direct influence on the three waters planning, consultation, and the scheduling of capital expenditure. Work within a team of like-minded professionals and apply a multi-disciplinary approach to achieving Council’s goals.
Timaru can offer you:
· A forward-thinking, supportive work environment with a commitment to high performance.
· Hands on experience on large scale projects.
· An attractive and affordable lifestyle in the most stunning part of the country.
What are you waiting for? This is an exciting opportunity to play a pivotal role in the future of our awesome district. We will consider all levels of experience including graduates.
Applications for this vacancy
All applicants are required to be either a New Zealand Citizen or have a current New Zealand work visa.
Please forward your application by 5pm on Sunday 21 July 2019, to The People & Capability Advisor, Timaru District Council via one of the options below.
Applications emailed to the above address must be in one of the following formats: Microsoft Word Documents (DOC), Rich Text Format (RTF), Plain Text (TXT), or Portable Document Format (PDF). Documents submitted in any other format are not acceptable.
Publish Date: 08 Jul 2019