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        • salisbury, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$150,000 per year
        • full-time
        Exciting opportunity for a Senior Traffic/Transport Engineer seeking a new opportunity working at a Local Council in Northern regions, South Australia. This is a full time, 2 year fix term contract position.Key Responsibilities: Manage the preparation of preliminary and or detailed concepts, technical specifications and construction cost estimates for civil, environmental and waterway infrastructure works, including the engagement of consultants as requiredOversee the applications for Development Approval for Capital Works Projects as requiredConduct handover meetings of civil, environmental and waterways projects from the Capital Delivery DivisionLiaise with relevant government departments, service authorities and other stakeholders as requiredContribute to the development of Council’s Long Term Financial Strategy including preparation of funding projections (life cycle costing) for civil and transport infrastructure asset creation, level of service, operation, maintenance, upgrade and renewalProvide technical expertise in the delivery of master planned facilities projects and the monitoring of delivery and performance Essential Selection Criteria: Chartered Engineer or professional equivalentSignificant experience at Senior Engineer level, 10+ yearsTertiary qualifications in civil/environmental engineering or a related discipline To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, send your resume to Liesel Bredenkamp liesel.bredenkamp@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Exciting opportunity for a Senior Traffic/Transport Engineer seeking a new opportunity working at a Local Council in Northern regions, South Australia. This is a full time, 2 year fix term contract position.Key Responsibilities: Manage the preparation of preliminary and or detailed concepts, technical specifications and construction cost estimates for civil, environmental and waterway infrastructure works, including the engagement of consultants as requiredOversee the applications for Development Approval for Capital Works Projects as requiredConduct handover meetings of civil, environmental and waterways projects from the Capital Delivery DivisionLiaise with relevant government departments, service authorities and other stakeholders as requiredContribute to the development of Council’s Long Term Financial Strategy including preparation of funding projections (life cycle costing) for civil and transport infrastructure asset creation, level of service, operation, maintenance, upgrade and renewalProvide technical expertise in the delivery of master planned facilities projects and the monitoring of delivery and performance Essential Selection Criteria: Chartered Engineer or professional equivalentSignificant experience at Senior Engineer level, 10+ yearsTertiary qualifications in civil/environmental engineering or a related discipline To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, send your resume to Liesel Bredenkamp liesel.bredenkamp@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • keswick, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$60,000 - AU$75,000 per year
        • full-time
        About the company:Our client is a large consultancy within the treatment and processing of water in multiple industries. They are looking for a Graduate Process Engineer with 2-5 years experience to support the Engineering team and eventually become a key member of the team. Description:Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will assist in the day-to-day planning and management of multiple projects across Australia. This will include design changes, planning and scheduling of projects and assisting with client liaisonQualifications and experience:Degree in Chemical or Process Engineering2-5 years experience in water treatment and or processing Key requirements of the role:Experience with design of facilities and infrastructureExperience in day to day operations of managing multiple projectsAbility to liaise with key clients with technical knowledge and understandingBe adaptable and willing to work outside your scope to assist wider team If you feel that you would be suitable for this role click "APPLY NOW" or alternatively contact Justin Martin at Randstad on 0427826908 or send your resume to justin.martin@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        About the company:Our client is a large consultancy within the treatment and processing of water in multiple industries. They are looking for a Graduate Process Engineer with 2-5 years experience to support the Engineering team and eventually become a key member of the team. Description:Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will assist in the day-to-day planning and management of multiple projects across Australia. This will include design changes, planning and scheduling of projects and assisting with client liaisonQualifications and experience:Degree in Chemical or Process Engineering2-5 years experience in water treatment and or processing Key requirements of the role:Experience with design of facilities and infrastructureExperience in day to day operations of managing multiple projectsAbility to liaise with key clients with technical knowledge and understandingBe adaptable and willing to work outside your scope to assist wider team If you feel that you would be suitable for this role click "APPLY NOW" or alternatively contact Justin Martin at Randstad on 0427826908 or send your resume to justin.martin@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$120,000 per year
        • full-time
        We are currently seeking applications from Electrical Estimators for an exciting opportunity with a leading HV/renewable energy contractor based in Adelaide. This role has been created after a very strong start to 2021. The client is offering a permanent opportunity and a comprehensive training/development path. The ideal candidate will possess electrical estimating experience within the renewable energy sector; with the client offering training to develop knowledge and capabilities across HV infrastructure.Reporting to the Bid & Tender Manager, this role will be responsible for the effective delivery of estimation services through the preparation, competitive pricing, and on-time delivery of tenders to maximize the probability of securing profitable electrical service and construction projects. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:establish the technical and commercial requirements of the tender and communicate that to the teamdevelop accurate and competitive pricing for all tendersliaise with customers and stakeholders to ensure consistent communication during the tender life cycleWork with the scheduler to develop an accurate project program to support the tendercoordinate the completion and review of the tenderTo be successful in this role, you will have:Have previous estimating experience with the renewable energy or infrastructure sectorExperience in estimating HV infrastructure projects (including substations) - desirable but not essentialEither tertiary qualifications in electrical engineering or significantly experienced electrical tradesperson, specifically in the High Voltage industryHave existing relationships with Australian utilities, regulators, and renewable clientsFamiliar with the design and construction of high voltage infrastructureBe an excellent communicator (oral and written) with strong stakeholder management skills, focused on building and maintaining relationshipsHave commercial and financial business acumen and the ability to access riskAdvanced Microsoft Office Suite skills and exceptional attention to detailThis business has a strong focus on investing, nurturing, and developing its talent, enabling you to succeed and achieve your full potential. For the right candidate, this client will offer development and training.To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion; please contact Randstad’s Power & Energy Specialist, Tom Kerwood on 0434 254 182At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        We are currently seeking applications from Electrical Estimators for an exciting opportunity with a leading HV/renewable energy contractor based in Adelaide. This role has been created after a very strong start to 2021. The client is offering a permanent opportunity and a comprehensive training/development path. The ideal candidate will possess electrical estimating experience within the renewable energy sector; with the client offering training to develop knowledge and capabilities across HV infrastructure.Reporting to the Bid & Tender Manager, this role will be responsible for the effective delivery of estimation services through the preparation, competitive pricing, and on-time delivery of tenders to maximize the probability of securing profitable electrical service and construction projects. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:establish the technical and commercial requirements of the tender and communicate that to the teamdevelop accurate and competitive pricing for all tendersliaise with customers and stakeholders to ensure consistent communication during the tender life cycleWork with the scheduler to develop an accurate project program to support the tendercoordinate the completion and review of the tenderTo be successful in this role, you will have:Have previous estimating experience with the renewable energy or infrastructure sectorExperience in estimating HV infrastructure projects (including substations) - desirable but not essentialEither tertiary qualifications in electrical engineering or significantly experienced electrical tradesperson, specifically in the High Voltage industryHave existing relationships with Australian utilities, regulators, and renewable clientsFamiliar with the design and construction of high voltage infrastructureBe an excellent communicator (oral and written) with strong stakeholder management skills, focused on building and maintaining relationshipsHave commercial and financial business acumen and the ability to access riskAdvanced Microsoft Office Suite skills and exceptional attention to detailThis business has a strong focus on investing, nurturing, and developing its talent, enabling you to succeed and achieve your full potential. For the right candidate, this client will offer development and training.To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion; please contact Randstad’s Power & Energy Specialist, Tom Kerwood on 0434 254 182At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • port pirie, south australia
        • contract
        • AU$75.00 - AU$80.00 per hour
        • full-time
        6 month contract role with scope for extension or permanencyPort Pirie based role (DIDO option but no accommodation provided)40 hour work weekAbout the RoleThe Civil Structural Site Engineer is a part of our clients Integrated Operations group, and is accountable for remediating the multi-metals recovery plant site’s critical assets to ensure they provide a safe and reliable platform for ongoing production and for future growth. As a member of this team you will be accountable for the successful delivery of the portfolio of remediation projects. This position is a residential role based at Port Pirie but a DIDO 5/2 (Monday - Friday) roster will also be considered however accommodation in or near to Port Pirie would be the candidate’s responsibility.In this role you will:Be a visible safety leaderUtilise engineering reports to identify structural remediation requirementsPartner with Structural Engineers to develop engineered remediation solutionsEngage operational stakeholders to ensure the remediation solutions are clearly defined and analysed for minimal disturbance to ProductionPartner with stakeholders to ensure solutions meet safety and design standardsMaximise project value by identifying options through creative thinking processesParticipate in the bid evaluation process and the selection of contractorsMonitor, manage and setup report your project’s adherence to work plans, schedule and budgetsSupport the planning, safe execution, and commissioning of packages, according to agreed scope, budget, schedule, and relevant standards and specificationsProvide input to the reporting requirements for the execution of work packagesEnsure projects are successfully executed by working collaboratively to determine the appropriate execution strategy, manage risks well, complying with requirements and maximising safety & constructability through design About you:Degree qualifications in project management and civil / structural engineering disciplinesUnderstanding of mining, processing, heavy industry or construction projects, with experience working with Structural SteelMinimum 5 years experience in a similar role delivering projects or studiesEffective stakeholder engagement and collaboration and problem-solving abilitiesOrganisational skills for managing a teams, contractors and multiple tasks simultaneouslyDemonstrated technical and commercial acumen with problem solving skillsCommunication and influencing skills, including the ability to produce concise reports and presentations to senior managersThis position will commence in April or May and excellent rates are on offer. Join an established organisation offering good structure and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Luke Cuthbertson, Senior Consultant, White Collar Civil specialist from Randstad on 0428 262 819.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        6 month contract role with scope for extension or permanencyPort Pirie based role (DIDO option but no accommodation provided)40 hour work weekAbout the RoleThe Civil Structural Site Engineer is a part of our clients Integrated Operations group, and is accountable for remediating the multi-metals recovery plant site’s critical assets to ensure they provide a safe and reliable platform for ongoing production and for future growth. As a member of this team you will be accountable for the successful delivery of the portfolio of remediation projects. This position is a residential role based at Port Pirie but a DIDO 5/2 (Monday - Friday) roster will also be considered however accommodation in or near to Port Pirie would be the candidate’s responsibility.In this role you will:Be a visible safety leaderUtilise engineering reports to identify structural remediation requirementsPartner with Structural Engineers to develop engineered remediation solutionsEngage operational stakeholders to ensure the remediation solutions are clearly defined and analysed for minimal disturbance to ProductionPartner with stakeholders to ensure solutions meet safety and design standardsMaximise project value by identifying options through creative thinking processesParticipate in the bid evaluation process and the selection of contractorsMonitor, manage and setup report your project’s adherence to work plans, schedule and budgetsSupport the planning, safe execution, and commissioning of packages, according to agreed scope, budget, schedule, and relevant standards and specificationsProvide input to the reporting requirements for the execution of work packagesEnsure projects are successfully executed by working collaboratively to determine the appropriate execution strategy, manage risks well, complying with requirements and maximising safety & constructability through design About you:Degree qualifications in project management and civil / structural engineering disciplinesUnderstanding of mining, processing, heavy industry or construction projects, with experience working with Structural SteelMinimum 5 years experience in a similar role delivering projects or studiesEffective stakeholder engagement and collaboration and problem-solving abilitiesOrganisational skills for managing a teams, contractors and multiple tasks simultaneouslyDemonstrated technical and commercial acumen with problem solving skillsCommunication and influencing skills, including the ability to produce concise reports and presentations to senior managersThis position will commence in April or May and excellent rates are on offer. Join an established organisation offering good structure and support, further career opportunities and a strong commitment to safety and quality.Please click on the apply button to submit a CV. If you would like a confidential discussion, please call Luke Cuthbertson, Senior Consultant, White Collar Civil specialist from Randstad on 0428 262 819.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$140,000 per year
        • full-time
        We are currently seeking applications from Electrical or Mechanical Project Managers to join a specialist engineering and manufacturing company based in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. Established in the 1930s this business has become a leading brand in the design, manufacturing, installation, and commissioning of transportable switch rooms & kiosk substations, switchboard and control panel solutions.The roleWork directly with clients and internal functions across the business to ensure projects are managed and executed safely, within agreed timelines, on budget, and to a quality standard that meets the expectations of both Mayfield and each client. The role of the Project Manager is the main link between the internal functions and clients to ensure the success of each project. This role will not be limited by the following:ResponsibilitiesMaintain communication with clients at all stages of projects and resolve related problems in conjunction with appropriate staff/consultants;Review/ approved product designs and technical detail;Liaise with design/ engineering, fabrication, and assembly teams to ensure they can meet projected resourcing demands and production deadlines;Coordinate and liaise with subcontractors and suppliers to facilitate the timely execution of their responsibilities;Maintain safety and quality standard through design and manufacturing processPreparation of project plans execution plans including project programming schedules, schedule information, and/ or updates;Monitor and forecast project costs against budget;Ensuring compliance with HSEQ requirementsProject progress reporting and conducting weekly meetingsRequirementsTertiary qualification in Electrical/Mechanical Engineer or relatable trade qualifications5+ year experience working as a Project Manager in manufacturing or a similar businessProven leadership skills with the ability to grow and develop a high performing teamThe ability to develop, maintain and influence positive working relationships with stakeholders of all levelsAn understanding of safety policies and procedures and the ability to inspire a positive safety cultureHold Australian work rights and resided in South AustraliaTo submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Randstad's Power & Energy specialist on Tom Kerwood on 08 8150 7001At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        We are currently seeking applications from Electrical or Mechanical Project Managers to join a specialist engineering and manufacturing company based in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. Established in the 1930s this business has become a leading brand in the design, manufacturing, installation, and commissioning of transportable switch rooms & kiosk substations, switchboard and control panel solutions.The roleWork directly with clients and internal functions across the business to ensure projects are managed and executed safely, within agreed timelines, on budget, and to a quality standard that meets the expectations of both Mayfield and each client. The role of the Project Manager is the main link between the internal functions and clients to ensure the success of each project. This role will not be limited by the following:ResponsibilitiesMaintain communication with clients at all stages of projects and resolve related problems in conjunction with appropriate staff/consultants;Review/ approved product designs and technical detail;Liaise with design/ engineering, fabrication, and assembly teams to ensure they can meet projected resourcing demands and production deadlines;Coordinate and liaise with subcontractors and suppliers to facilitate the timely execution of their responsibilities;Maintain safety and quality standard through design and manufacturing processPreparation of project plans execution plans including project programming schedules, schedule information, and/ or updates;Monitor and forecast project costs against budget;Ensuring compliance with HSEQ requirementsProject progress reporting and conducting weekly meetingsRequirementsTertiary qualification in Electrical/Mechanical Engineer or relatable trade qualifications5+ year experience working as a Project Manager in manufacturing or a similar businessProven leadership skills with the ability to grow and develop a high performing teamThe ability to develop, maintain and influence positive working relationships with stakeholders of all levelsAn understanding of safety policies and procedures and the ability to inspire a positive safety cultureHold Australian work rights and resided in South AustraliaTo submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Randstad's Power & Energy specialist on Tom Kerwood on 08 8150 7001At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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