Job Details
  • Reference376734B_1630890146
  • LocationBundaberg, Bundaberg, Queensland
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Posted11 days ago
  • ConsultantBrenton Rogalevs

About us

Bundaberg Regional Council, our vision is bold but simple, to build Australia's best regional community. In order to achieve this, we have created a culture that's centered on our core values. To be a Council that is customer-focused, respectful and prides itself on teamwork, diversity, sustainability, and innovation.

Uniquely positioned north of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, the Bundaberg Region is one of Australia's fastest-growing regional cities and the gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. The Bundaberg Region boasts the most equitable climate in Australia and rates fifth in the world alongside Hawaii. Noted for its environmental excellence, pristine waterways, and proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, the Bundaberg Region showcases everything that nature's palette can create.

About the opportunity

As a Senior Civil Engineer, you will be part of multi-disciplined team providing a wide range of engineering support, leadership, guidance and expertise across a variety of projects in the region. The key focus of this role is to prepare asset renewal programs for road, drainage and pathway infrastructure based on best practice asset management standards and aimed at optimizing lifecycle costs whilst maintaining agreed service levels. You will have the opportunity to work predominately in the planning side of business with chances to champion new technology such as utilising renewables in construction and ensuring that innovative improvements on infrastructure have positive lasting impacts for the community.

About you

  • You will possess a Bachelor of Civil Engineering (or equivalent as accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of professional engineer under the Washington Accord)
  • You are a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
  • You have extensive experience and high-level knowledge in the planning, construction, maintenance and operation of roads/drainage assets in both urban and rural environments.
  • Have a high level understanding of asset management
  • Have demonstrated ability to lead and co-ordinate a multi-disciplined team focused on quality outcomes
  • Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, with emphasis in the areas of consultation, advocacy, negotiation, influencing and assertiveness in order to successfully meet organisational needs.

What we offer

  • 36.25 hour working week, including long weekends
  • Work in a culture that promotes a healthy work/life balance with a friendly supportive team
  • An all inclusive and diverse workplace culture
  • Chance to make a lasting impact in a beautiful regional town and community with innovative planning design and construction.

Any Questions call Brenton on 3003 7761

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