Temporary Works Engineer Job Description
- Work very closely with live construction projects and constantly interacting with the project teams.
- You will be tasked with effecting innovative design into construction methodology to save time on program and money.
- At times you will also be involved in reviewing existing permanent works design to see if any valued engineering can be applied.
- This role will have the best of both worlds of being able to design applications and then follow it out onto projects to see them put into practice.
- Every effort will be made to accommodate your needs with respect to training and further professional development.
Temporary Works Engineer Requirements:
- 5 years + experience, and hold a relevant degree in civil engineering or structural engineering
- Previous demonstrated experience in Temporary Works solutions across piling, civils, scaffolding, formwork, retained solutions, and heavy lifting.
- Previous experience with a top/mid-tier contractor in NZ, UK or Australian company, or equal experience within a design consultancy.
- A good understanding and demonstrative experience of civil engineering design valued engineering and other related technical design elements.
- Chartership is considered a major benefit for the role
- A practical-minded hands-on approach coupled with excellent communication and people skills
Average salary: $100k to $135.
Salary is based on © SEEK statistics and research, view their website here.
This job description is a guideline only and will vary depending on the company, project and location within the Australian/ New Zealand market.
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