Senior Project Engineer
Healthy Land & Water works with community, industry, and government to deliver innovative and science-based solutions to challenges affecting our landscapes, waterways, and biodiversity. We help people understand the values and condition of South East Queensland’s environment so we can ensure the sustainable use of our natural environment long into the future.
We believe that maintaining healthy landscapes and waterways is not just important for wildlife and ecosystems. A healthy environment also supports a vibrant economy, strong livelihoods, great lifestyles and the happiness and wellbeing of the community. Through our work, we encourage people to examine and change their behaviours for the benefit of the natural world and for the people and places we love.
The Senior Project Engineer is involved in programs and projects for clients, sponsors, and stakeholders. This role is responsible for implementing programs and projects on the ground that improve the resilience of natural resources that include, but are not limited to, waterway stabilisation, erosion control and environmental offset delivery. The role will involve providing input into solution design to complex problems and interpretation of technical reports to achieve practical outcomes.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Applying knowledge and expertise in particular field of professional engineering across all programs and projects
- Delivering specific and complex work packages as per client requirements and business objectives
- Designing and implementing collaborative solutions through understanding technical requirements
- Reporting against deliverables as required to internal and external stakeholders
- Providing insight on detailed work plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans, and status reports
- Ensuring changes to scope, schedule, and budgets are captured and formalized
- Contributing to high-quality interpretative and technical report production and review
- Networking and influencing internally and externally to develop new contracts and relationships
- Providing coaching to Project Engineers
Ideally, you will share our vision to support resilient regions and have a desire to connect through science and actions that will preserve and enhance our natural assets. You will be highly motivated and can work autonomously in agreed timeframes. To be successful in this role, you will have all or many of the following key attributes:
- Tertiary Engineering degree in relevant discipline with practical experience
- Excellent technical knowledge of natural resource management
- High level stakeholder engagement sills and knowledge including First Nations, Government, Research, Industry, and Community
- Current Queensland Driver’s licence
- Experience utilising PMBOK project methodology
- RPEQ registration
What we offer
We’re a diverse team of experts, who enjoy sharing knowledge and learning. We recognise and celebrate our employees and teams for affecting real and innovative change in our communities. We value integrity, collaboration, care, innovation, and courage. Some of our benefits include:
- Flexible working arrangements.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to support your mental health.
- Novated leasing.
- Annual professional development allowance.
- Annual private health insurance reimbursement.
- Annual wellbeing reimbursement.
- Salary continuance insurance.
Healthy Land & Water is committed to our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants will be highly regarded per affirmative measures under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.
Applications close 3 August 2022.