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Dec 06, 2019
$103,000 - $115,000 yearly
Who Is TasWater? TasWater is Tasmania’s water and sewerage provider. We are a statewide team delivering essential services across Tasmania 24/7/365. We are interested in our communities, excited about the future and take pride in the work we do. We are a values-driven organisation. We are looking for someone who can sign-up to working in a way that reflects our values, who builds respectful relationships and who delivers great results for our customers. You can find out more about our values and what we do at https://www.taswater.com.au/About-Us/Who-is-TasWater-/Who-is-TasWater- The Opportunity Working in our Network Asset Performance team, you will help deliver our customer promises with a primary focus on water and sewer mains. You will undertake asset performance analysis, condition and criticality assessments to support effective maintenance and renewal planning, and undertake hydraulic modelling assessment to drive asset efficiency and performance. This role can be located in Hobart or Tasmania. Key Accountabilities Manage and work within and across teams, liaising with engineers and specialists to ensure accurate and comprehensive outcomes. Ensure and demonstrate awareness of environmental, customer and community impacts, balancing risk, productivity and cost with the zero harm philosophy. Apply established and innovative engineering methods to complex problems and review, recommend and implement initiatives to improve asset performance. Lead and train engineers and other employees in engineering methodologies and relevant systems. Support the implementation of changes in strategic or technical direction. Your Application Your application must include a cover letter that tells us about: Why you are interested in this role. Your experience within the water and sewerage industry. Your experience in infrastructure asset management including capital and reactive program development. Your skills in coaching and mentoring. Why join the TasWater Team? We recognise that it is our people who play a key role in helping us achieve our vision to be “a trusted and respected provider of essential services that is making a positive difference to Tasmania”. You can look forward to working in an exciting, stimulating workplace that provides a range of opportunities to make a real difference to the community. We encourage our people to take part in comprehensive training and career development, with a focus on innovative thinking. We understand that a work life balance in today's climate is important, offer flexible working arrangements and consider health and safety to be our number one priority. At TasWater we care about diversity and inclusion. That’s why we’re working harder to create a workplace that reflects the communities we serve - a workplace where people feel empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work.  We are committed to providing a workplace that actively includes and values contributions from all communities, and we welcome applicants of all types, and from all backgrounds and with all abilities. If you believe your values match those of TasWater, we look forward to hearing from you. How to apply? Visit our website  https://www.taswater.com.au/About-Us/Careers to find out more about the role and view the position description. For assistance in applying, go to https://www.taswater.com.au/About-Us/Careers/Applying-for-a-position Make sure you follow the instructions in the ‘Your Application’ section above to give yourself the best chance of being selected for interview. Submit your application via the ‘Apply Now’ button in SEEK or send directly to careers@taswater.com.au For further information about this role please contact Matt Jordan, Manager Network Asset Performance on 6237 8345 or matt.jordan@taswater.com.au Applications close 12 noon on 3 December 2019. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.  
TasWater Hobart TAS, Australia Full time
Dec 06, 2019
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a  Group Manager - Hydropower and Headworks .   Reporting to the National Director, this critical leadership role will contribute to business strategy and guide and support Team Leaders and their teams in delivering commercial outcomes in line with business targets. With Team Leaders focused on capability development and delivery performance, the Group Manager will oversee Group performance and manage the employment lifecycle of the Group and monitor and control the Power & Water sector performance measures.
Entura Cambridge Tasmania, Australia Full time
Dec 06, 2019
We are currently seeking a Water Resource Engineer to join our dynamic and growing team. Reporting to the Team Leader Water Management, you will hold responsibility for performing varied engineering assignments associated with the analysis of hydraulic, hydrological, meteorological, and environmental systems and the design and documentation of civil infrastructure with a water focus. Working with clients and on national and international projects, you will provide high level technical advice and utilise your knowledge to deliver projects with a focus on quality, innovation, training and the use of new methodologies. You will utilise your strong understanding of hydrological and hydraulic design practices to contribute to a wide range of water engineering projects. This will include a focus on the surface water quantity, water quality and renewable energy sectors including flood management and hydro-electric. You will also oversee other business performance and improvement activities such as the mentoring of team members, the development of client relationships and on-going innovation in water resource control and management.
Entura Hobart or Melbourne Full time
Dec 06, 2019
$1,604 - $1,794 weekly
We are seeking a Senior Technical Officer to provide technical support, assistance and advice to ensure the provision of quality water and sewer (W&S) services across the Eurobodalla.  In this role you will coordinate the duties of the water and sewer technical team.  Duties include carrying out investigations, prepare and review concept plans for W&S construction works, liaise with and advise builders, developers, engineers and community on W&S policies, standards and practices, and monitor and report on project expenditures. To be successful in this role you will have qualifications in a Civil or Environmental Engineering capacity, prior experience in investigation and design of water supply and sewerage systems, an understanding of the role of Local Government engineers, and sound computer skills. If you are a high performing team player who is willing and able to lead a team to ensure all objectives are met, we welcome your application. This is a full time 35 hour per week position with total remuneration in the range $1,604.11 to $1,794.03 gross per week consisting of: $1,464.94 to $1,638.38 base salary, plus $139.17 to $155.65 superannuation (at 9.5%) Applications :  For further information or to apply for this position, please go to the Council website and click on the jobs at Council link. If you need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact Councils recruitment team on 4474 1016. Closing Date :  4.30pm Thursday 5 December 2019
Eurobodalla Shire Council Moruya NSW, Australia Full time
Nov 26, 2019
Job Description You will join our Brisbane Water Engineering team who form part of the wider ANZ Water Sector. The water team are involved in projects spanning feasibility and detailed design of stormwater, networks and treatment facilities. This is a permanent, full time position where you will work alongside Water Engineers, potentially other sectors and the wider ANZ Digital Engineering team to develop your career within the digital engineering sector. There are also opportunities to work with our global design center's. Mott MacDonald have a strong focus on providing progressive digital design solutions and provide clients with cutting edge technologies to push the boundaries of this innovative discipline. Candidate Specification To be successful in this position you will: Have a minimum of 3+ years experience using packages including Revit, Civil 3D or Plant 3D; Ideally be experienced using Autodesk Navisworks; A capable AutoCAD operator; Have experience working to South East Queensland Water supply and sewerage design and construction code; Have the ability to work within a team based in multiple locations with strong communication skills, self motivation and a desire for continued learning and development. Job Profile The Mott MacDonald Group is a dynamic and innovative management, engineering and development consultancy working on landmark projects worldwide. Wholly independent and employee owned, we have staff worldwide working in all sectors including transport, energy, buildings, water and the environment, health and education, industry and communications. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate, and take positive steps to create an inclusive culture.
Mott MacDonald Brisbane City QLD, Australia Full time
Nov 26, 2019
Job Description We are seeking Civil, Environmental or Mechanical Engineers with experience in water and wastewater infrastructure including pipelines, drainage systems, pumping stations, water-retaining structures and treatment facilities to join our team in Brisbane. As a growing team you will be presented with a unique opportunity to build your own team, suggest business improvements and add-value in decision making processes with our senior leadership team. It is a rare opportunity for all professionals to showcase their technical, managerial and, if applicable, entrepreneurial capabilities to strive for a better outcome for all involved. You could be involved in Detailed design of pipelines, water-retaining structure/ water facilities working with contractors in a design and construct environment Developing water and wastewater infrastructure designs for clients outside of Queensland. Design management of water and wastewater infrastructure projects Design of drainage and flood mitigation infrastructure Role Specific duties, depending on level of experience, will include: Develop feasibility and detailed designs in water and wastewater infrastructure Project direction and management Financial and quality performance of projects being delivered in the QLD Water Team reporting to the Water Sector Leader Business development Raising the profile of Mott MacDonald in the QLD marketplace through involvement in institutions, presentations at conferences and networking Technical Mentoring of junior employees With Mott MacDonald’s global resources – collaboration with colleagues across the world to ensure quality outcomes. Candidate Specification The ideal candidate for these positions will be: A tertiary qualified Engineer, with chartership/RPEQ required for senior positions Project experience in design of water and wastewater infrastructure and an understanding of network modelling Working knowledge of Australian Design Codes / discipline relevant design software packages Broad understanding of the water industry Influential connections and good reputation with QLD Water industry clients Enthusiasm to connect with our global business to bring the best of Mott MacDonald to our clients This role would suit somebody looking for a new challenge, within a growing team and an interest in developing best practice with the local water industry. The role requires an enthusiasm to work with a truly connected global business. Job Profile The Mott MacDonald Group is a dynamic and innovative management, engineering and development consultancy working on landmark projects worldwide. Wholly independent and employee owned, we have staff worldwide working in all sectors including transport, energy, buildings, water and the environment, health and education, industry and communications. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate, and take positive steps to create an inclusive culture.
Mott MacDonald Brisbane City QLD, Australia Full time
Oct 23, 2019
$68,000 - $120,000 yearly
Black & Veatch is looking for a dynamic Proposal Coordinator to support our activities in Australia and New Zealand. This role will be a first line of support in response to Expressions of Interests (EOIs) and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for opportunities mostly in the water, wastewater and environment sectors, including renewable energy. Role Description Typical duties will include: Proposals Participates in planning, researching and preparing content for a variety of pursuit applications including project experience sheets, CVs, statements of qualifications, proposals and other pursuit-related documents. Coordinates with internal sources and external partners to develop pursuit content. Leads the coordination, packaging, and delivery of pursuit documents and materials. Interfaces routinely with multiple inter-divisional personnel and support groups, and external partners. Marketing Gathers and analyzes market intelligence on clients, competitors and partners. Participates in coordination of layout, artwork, and progress through production. Supports client presentations and other general sales support requests. Supports the content and messaging development of marketing documents. Requirements The successful candidate is likely to have: at least ten years’ experience in a communications, marketing or similar environment. an attention to detail leading to the production of high-quality and compelling documents. a high standard of written and spoken English. very familiar with document production using a variety of software. a good appreciation of graphic design and document layout. strong inter-personal skills. a great ability to plan work and meet tight deadlines.   Benefits The role provides: an attractive and competitive salary, including 10% superannuation 20 days per annum annual leave and other benefits such as medical leave and carer’s leave flexible working arrangements, including working hours and some working from home About Black & Veatch Black & Veatch is a global engineering, procurement, construction and consulting company specializing in critical human infrastructure in power, oil and gas, water and telecommunications, with more than 10,000 professionals operating from over 100 offices. In Australia and New Zealand our focus is on water and environmental services, and our principal office is in Melbourne on St Kilda Road.
Black & Veatch Remote (Melbourne VIC, Australia) Full time