Ballina Shire Council, Cherry Street, Ballina NSW, Australia
We are offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced and qualified Capital Works Engineer. Reporting to the Manager Water and Wastewater, the position is responsible for delivering water, recycled water and wastewater infrastructure projects and developing capital works programs for asset augmentation, renewal and improvement. The successful applicant will provide a high level of service in delivering capital works programs in line with Council’s Delivery Program and Operational Plans.
To be successful you will bring
Behaviour that positively demonstrates Council's values of: creative, accessible, respect, energetic and safe.
Tertiary qualifications at degree level in an engineering or related discipline, together with extensive professional experience in project management; particularly in drinking water, recycled water and wastewater infrastructure planning, design, and construction.
Demonstrated experience in the development, implementation, control and reporting of project feasibility, scope, cost, time, resources, and risks; particularly on multiple complex infrastructure projects.
Demonstrated extensive procurement experience including procurement planning, contract development, and negotiating and managing consultants, contractors and other service providers.
Demonstrated experience in asset management systems, processes and data capture.
A salary range of $89,300 to $102,500 per annum (plus 9.5% superannuation) dependent upon skills, experience and qualifications.
An inclusive culture where all our people are valued, EEO, diversity and differences are respected.
An absolute focus on our peoples’ safety and well being.
Learning and career development opportunities.
Generous Award workplace conditions.
11.30 pm on Friday, 17 July 2020
Bridget Walker | Manager Water and Wastewater | 02 6686 1226
Ballina Shire Council is located in the Northern Rivers of the Far North Coast of New South Wales. It covers an area of 485 km² with a population of approximately 41,000 (2011 Census). We have a prosperous economy based on building, retail, tourism, hospitality, agriculture and education.
Working with a regional community that is progressive, innovative and creative, our Council strategies and services are designed to deliver an outstanding lifestyle for our residents, workers and visitors. We are also mindful that as we are in one of the fastest growing regions in Australia we need to protect what we have now while planning for the future.