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Civil Engineer » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Opportunity to work on interesting projects Flexible working culture with supportive working from home environment Join our growing industry leading Geo-Environmental Engineering team About us WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms, bringing together approximately 4,500 talented people across 14 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. wsp.com/au The Opportunity Due to the ongoing success of our industry-leading Geo-environmental Engineering team, we have a new exciting opportunity for a Geo-Environmental (Civil, Environmental, or Geotechnical) Engineer to join our team in our dynamic Adelaide office. You will be working across the civil, infrastructure and resource sectors, developing and delivering innovative engineered environmental solutions. What you will do Working within the Adelaide Geo-environmental Design team to help deliver of high profile, complex and challenging projects related to geo-environmental engineering, waste management, mining, hazardous dams, and other multidisciplinary engineering works throughout South Australia and interstate. Development of technical documents (reports, specifications, drawings) for key clients throughout various project execution phases (concept, pre-feasibility, feasibility, detailed design, construction, operation, and decommissioning). Contributing to the technical delivery of Geo-environmental projects, incorporating resource, financial management, risk management and quality management. Contributing to successful project completion of Geo-environmental projects by providing technical expertise and support to the team in accordance with project time and quality objectives. Providing technical direction and mentorship to junior staff. Coordination of contract management, including suppliers and sub-contractors. Preparing proposals and reports for clients with appropriate senior review, and geotechnical reports to a high standard. Maintaining client contact and customer liaison and identifying safety hazards and completing OH&S incident reporting. What we will love about you Bachelor's degree in Civil/Geotechnical/Environmental Engineering or equivalent. 4 years experience in a similar environment /role. Civil/Geotechnical engineering experience in related areas such as geosynthetics, embankments and earthworks, surface water management. Highly motivated, innovative and committed to technical excellence through project execution and the ability to integrate into multidisciplinary projects. Ability to integrate into projects built with a team of professionals. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent communication and influencing skills to enable delivery of client focused services to a diverse group of professionals. Some of the many benefits we offer our employees include: Flexible working hours and working from home Global mobility Parental leave & purchased additional annual leave Corporate employee discounts and offers Salary continuance insurance Wellness at work & social club Workplace giving /volunteering Employee reward & recognition program Professional and technical development opportunities Inspired by Diversity, Driven by Inclusion Discover a forward-thinking culture that incorporates some conventional yet non-negotiable qualities-like respect, integrity and trust. We welcome to the table all perspectives, strengths, skills, creeds and genders because we know that diverse ideas breed extraordinary results. We support a diverse and inclusive work environment as well as equal employment opportunities. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people of culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. With us, you can • Fri, 10 MayWSP
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Senior Mechanical Engineers » Perth, WA - DRD Group are seeking a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer, rolling stock, with an Owners Team. 12 Month Contract, Perth... to environmental performance, dynamics, RAMS, SIL, and the demonstration of safety SFAIRP. Experience participating and coordinating... • Sat, 08 JunDRD Group
Data Centre and Communications Rooms Engineer » Canberra, ACT - Title: Data Centre and Communications Rooms Engineer Division: Information Technology Services Classification: ANU... and communications room engineer to support our small team in providing efficient and effective data centre and network room environment... • Sat, 08 JunAustralian National University$97707 - 102600 per year
Mechanical Engineer » Canberra, ACT - , we design places to deliver social, environmental and financial value for clients around our changing world. What you'll... lead or support a Senior Engineer in the engineering design and documentation on multidisciplinary projects. Communicate... • Sat, 08 JunWSP
Principal/Lead Structural Engineer » Brisbane, QLD - Are you an innovative and motivated Principal Structural Engineer looking to excel in a dynamic, solutions-focused... environment? Are you looking for a new challenge, based in Brisbane? Our client is an expanding environmental, design... • Sat, 08 JunTitan Recruitment

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Senior Fire Protection Engineer » Sydney, NSW - collaboration, we design places to deliver social, environmental and financial value for clients around our changing world... Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer projects... • Fri, 07 JunWSP
Electrical Engineer - Water Treatment » Melbourne, VIC - Title: Electrical Engineer - Water Treatment We support water customers across Australia to provide our communities... This is an opportunity for an Electrical Engineer with water industry or industrial plant experience to join our high performing water team... • Fri, 07 JunKBR
Senior Mining Engineer » Mudgee, NSW - We have a fantastic career opportunity for a Senior Mining Engineer to really hone their skills. We are currently... seeking a Senior Mining Engineer - to join our Wilpinjong mine. Our Wilpinjong mine is a low strip ratio open-cut mine located... • Fri, 07 JunPeabody Energy
Site Engineer » Sydney, NSW - infrastructure at four locations. About the Opportunity: We are after an experienced Civil Site Engineer, with good communication..., and problem-solving abilities, remote working, self-motivating and working as part of a Team. The Civil Site Engineer will provide... • Fri, 07 JunAcciona
Electrical Colo Regional Engineer, Colocation Regional Engineering (CRE) » Melbourne, VIC - DESCRIPTION We have an immediate opening for an Electrical Colo Regional Engineer in Melbourne. If you meet these... Colo Regional Engineer, you will provide full life-cycle support to Data Centers from design inception through site... • Fri, 07 JunAmazon
Utilities Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - Drive Sustainability and Safety Excellence: Become Our Next Utilities Engineer. Lead and manage infrastructure... maintenance and sustainability initiatives. Ensure compliance with safety, quality, and environmental standards. Oversee... • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter
Solutions Consultant - Sales Engineer » Brisbane, QLD - /Sales Engineer position within the Enterprise SaaS and/or workspace management industry · Fluency in English; additional... range of applications including environmental, health and safety compliance, industrial condition monitoring, next-generation product design... • Fri, 07 JunRedEye
Senior Packaging Engineer » Sydney, NSW - for a Senior Engineer to optimize and redesign our packaging. This will support our entire logistics chain efficiency, including... Packaging Engineer to join our dynamic engineering team. The ideal candidate will possess a deep understanding of packaging... • Fri, 07 JunKoala
Associate Civil Engineer » Canberra, ACT - office is looking to appoint a Senior to Associate-level Civil Engineer to join the leadership team. It's a terrific time..., surveyors and environmental specialists, as well as other design, program and construction management professionals. We design... • Fri, 07 JunWSP
Lead Mechanical Engineer » Brisbane, QLD - solutions, all crafted to the highest engineering standards. The Role: As the Lead Mechanical Engineer, you will play... reticulation systems and mechanical skids, ensuring compliance with industry standards. Uphold company safety and environmental... • Fri, 07 JunChandler Macleod$140000 - 180000 per year
Support System Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - A rewarding full-time opportunity for a Support System Engineer to join the OneSKY & Aerospace Transformation Program... main purpose of the OneSKY Support System Engineer is to provide System Engineering expertise to ensure that the Support System... • Fri, 07 JunAirservices
Lead Trend Engineer » Brisbane, QLD - positive impact. We serve the Infrastructure; Nuclear, Security & Environmental; Energy; Mining & Metals, and the Manufacturing... area of mining closures. Job Summary: As our Lead Trend Engineer, you will play an important role in the coordination... • Fri, 07 JunBechtel
Associate Civil Engineer » Darwin, NT - an Associate Civil Engineer to join our Property and Buildings group in our Darwin office. Our Property and Buildings team... engineers, technicians, scientists, planners, surveyors and environmental specialists, as well as other design, program... • Thu, 06 JunWSP
Lead Environmental Engineer (Saudi Arabia) » Sydney, NSW - various sectors. We are currently seeking a highly skilled and experienced Lead Environmental Engineer for a prominent company... in the Oil & Energy industry. As a Lead Environmental Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in overseeing and managing... • Thu, 06 JunEram Talent
Project Engineer (Earthworks) SPARK North East Link » Melbourne, VIC - is looking for a highly skilled and motivated Earthworks Site Engineer to join our dynamic team. This critical role involves the meticulous... planning, execution, and completion of our earthworks projects. As an Earthworks Site Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in... • Thu, 06 JunCPB Contractors
Tendering Engineer » Perth, WA - future, then this could be the job for you. We are currently seeking an Tendering Engineer reporting directly to the... Engineer at Technip Energies, you will be supporting us in ensuring we continue a healthy pipeline of interesting... • Thu, 06 JunTechnip Energies
Mechanical Design Engineer » Brisbane, QLD - The Mechanical Design Engineer role involves designing, developing, and testing of new mechanical products, creating 3D... environmental engineering, including managing various types of fluids and substances as well as technology for separation... • Thu, 06 JunTitan Recruitment$120000 per year
Senior Project Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - and reservoir improvements. About the Role We are looking for an experienced Senior Project Engineer to join our Melbourne Water... this key role: Bachelor Degree in Engineering, Science, Building Construction or equivalent Project Engineer... • Thu, 06 JunJohn Holland
Senior Professional Engineer Avionics/Software/Projects » Sydney, NSW - . As the Avionics/Project/Software Engineer you will be responsible for: Day to day Avionics Engineering tasks of a CAMO... including ACMS and AOC development, SITA/ACARS integration, and other initiatives. Also, as a Senior Engineer you will ensure... • Thu, 06 JunQantas
Senior Contaminated Land Consultant » Queensland, Australia - A unique and specific opportunity for a Senior Contaminated Land Consultant, Scientist or Engineer to join one of our clients in Brisbane. About the Job: A unique and specific opportunity for a Senior Contaminated Land Consultant, Scientist or Engineer to join one of our clients in Brisbane The role offers interesting and challenging work with the opportunity to make your mark in a consulting environment. ‌ About the Role: ‌Project oversight and delivery of medium to large projects. Technical review of contaminated land and environmental reports. Develop Sampling and Analysis Quality Plans. Lead fieldwork campaigns including soil, groundwater and surface water sampling, supervision of drilling, test pitting and groundwater well installation. Provide coaching and mentoring to graduate team members. Provide high quality analysis and reporting, to ASC NEPM requirements. Develop reports to exceptional technical and editorial standard and the work collaboratively with the team to meet client expectations. Proposal and project management support to the contaminated land team. About You: ‌Degree in environmental engineering or science disciplines. Relevant experience in undertaking contaminated land and/or groundwater investigations. A strong professional work ethic and commitment to health and safety for yourself, your team, subcontractors and clients Understanding of the Environmental Protection Act 1994 and National Environment Protection Measures and other current and emerging Queensland legislation, standards and guidelines for contaminated land. A desire to deliver exceptional client experiences. Strong communication and collaboration skills. Working rights in Australia including: Valid visa, Permanent Residency or citizenship. Current driver’s license. For more information please contact Miles on 0497 482 605 or via email at miles.blackledgeacrworld.com • Wed, 05 JunACRWORLD
Water Sensitive Urban Design Project Officer » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - 1 x Permanent / Full Time – 35 hours, 5 days per week Salary: $93,264.16 to $102,193.67pa super leaseback vehicle Location: 99 Rose Street, Liverpool Liverpool City Council is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic person to work with Council’s Environmental Operations Team in identifying, developing, and delivering maintenance programs for our green water urban sensitive design, natural and built assets. Liverpool City Council is committed to the protection, maintenance, and enhancing of the diverse range of natural assets that occur in the Local Government Area to improve water quality. ABOUT THE ROLE . In this role you will identify green assets conditions and develop and deliver maintenance projects to maintain the assets. The works will be carried out in both natural and constructed environments like wetlands, rain gardens, basins and riparian corridors. Some of these areas are classified as threatened ecological communities or are sensitive in nature. ABOUT YOU Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate their competency in the following essential areas: Tertiary or Diploma in one or more disciplines, Conservation and land management, Environmental Engineering Horticulture, Project management, Contract management or other relevant discipline. Valid Class C Drivers Licence General construction induction training (White card). Demonstrated experience in vegetation management and water quality improvements. Demonstrated experience in developing tender packages and ongoing contract management. Knowledge of Work Health and Safety practices, the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice and multi-cultural diversity BENEFIT OF WORKING WITH LCC? We will offer the successful applicant: Learning and development opportunities, including ongoing support and mentoring from senior members that are invested in your personal and professional success. Ability to accrue up to 2 days of flexitime leave per month, which equates to up to 24 days per year (Note: this is in addition to 4 weeks of annual leave per year). Competitive salary. Subsidised parking and a location within walking distance of Liverpool station. Health and wellbeing benefits including Health and Wellbeing Leave and access our Employee Assistance Program. Salary will be dependent upon the relevant skills, experience, and competencies of the successful applicant. For further information about the position please contact: Coordinator Environmental Operations, Steven Hodosi on (02) 8711 7032. For information regarding recruitment please contact Ayesha Prasad, Acting Talent Acquisition Partner via email prasadaliverpool.nsw.gov.au How to Apply: Please click the 'Apply' button above. Applicants must submit a covering letter, current resume and response to the selection criteria questions which will be shown once you commence your application. Click here for a copy of the position description Liverpool City Council is committed to providing a working environment that supports all employees to reach their full potential . To be eligible to apply for permanent positions at Liverpool City Council, you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. For Temporary positions, you need a visa that gives you permission to work in Australia. • Wed, 05 JunLiverpool City Council
Environmental Engineer, Scientist or Hydrogeologist » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Geosyntec Consultants is a world leader in developing innovative solutions and successfully applying them to solve land contamination problems. Our solutions, such as enhanced in-situ bioremediation, result in sustainable outcomes and effective project closure. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Environmental Engineer, Scientist or Hydrogeologist who wants to develop their remediation skills, progress their career and to contribute to the success and expansion of our Sydney team. This is a full-time position. Geosyntec is an innovative, international engineering and consulting firm serving private and public-sector clients to address new ventures and complex problems involving our environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Our engineers, scientists, technical and project employees serve our clients from offices across the world. Ranked by ENR as one of the top environmental engineering design firms, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical leadership, broad experience, and exceptional client service. We invest in our people. Each employee is unique, and your career at Geosyntec will be too. We offer competitive pay and benefits, and well-being programs to support you and your family. To Learn More Visit: www.geosyntec.com.au Fieldwork including soil, soil vapour, surface water, and groundwater sampling, drilling and contractor oversight, and remediation treatment system operation and maintenance; Well installation, aquifer testing, and groundwater monitoring; Chemical data and contaminant fate & transport evaluation; Groundwater and soil remedy evaluation, cost estimation, design calculations, and implementation; Performing and reviewing engineering calculations; Monitoring heavy civil construction projects; Data analysis, including preparing maps, tables, and figures; and Preparation of technical reports, letters, memoranda, plans, specifications, and proposals. Collaboration and mentoring are cornerstones of Geosyntec’s culture. You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals, technical experts and Environmental Auditors who will help integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture as you advance to this next stage of your career. Based on your current level of experience, you may be asked to take on task-level or project management responsibilities. Geosyntec provides professional development opportunities including in-house seminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our professionals to build the technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants. We encourage our professionals to continually develop their interests and skills. Advancement is based on an individual’s own performance and initiative. Here are some other things you should know about this position: Training : This position requires health and safety, first aid and other on-the-job training. We also offer professional development opportunities including in-house seminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our employees to build the technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants. Fieldwork: Up to 60% Overnight travel: Up to 30% Bachelor's degree in geology or environmental, civil, or chemical engineering. (required) Advanced degree in geology or environmental, civil, or chemical engineering, or related field. (preferred) Around 2 to 5 years of direct environmental consulting experience. Experience with multi-disciplinary project teams. Demonstrated success in teamwork. Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to succeed in a fast-paced consulting environment, handling multiple project assignments, meeting deadlines and budgets, and traveling to client facilities as needed. Prior research experience in contaminated media or remediation technology. (preferred) Knowledge of regulatory requirements related to contaminated land. (preferred) Experience with software such as ArcPro, ProUCL, Tablogs, EQuIS, Modflow, Solinst levelogger, and/or EVS. (preferred) Licensed Asbestos Assessor. (preferred) Valid NSW driver’s license and satisfactory driving record for business travel. (required) WHO WE ARE At Geosyntec, we are dedicated to fostering an inclusive, equitable and diverse environment for all our employees, clients, partners, and the communities that we serve. We strive to promote a culture where every employee can bring their whole self to work, where mutual respect and understanding is the cornerstone of our values. We believe that an inclusive workplace enhances our performance and leads to positive outcomes. Geosyntec strives to hire and retain the best and brightest people in their fields. We look for exceptional interpersonal skills, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities, plus the passion for technical excellence and quality. We seek individuals with leadership potential, a commitment to lifelong learning and growth, and the desire to build a long and rewarding career with a growing firm. Geosyntec is a great place to build a career. If you're looking for an exciting place to work, a place with challenging and rewarding projects, and a place that has been nationally recognized for its employees' quality of life, technical expertise, and business success, then Geosyntec may be the place for you. You can learn more about careers and employment at Geosyntec by visiting geosyntec.com/careers Geosyntec offers excellent compensation packages commensurate with experience, along with a comprehensive employee benefits package. • Tue, 04 JunGeosyntec Consultants, Inc.
2025 MDBA Graduate Development Program (Affirmative measures-Indigenous employment) » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Join us to shape the future of one of Australia's greatest natural assets and protect it for future generations. We are seeking people who want to contribute to a significant water reform program that aims to respond to the impacts of climate change, support community and industry needs, and improve access to water for First Nations people. The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is an independent government agency which, in partnership with Basin governments, manages the Murray-Darling Basin's water resources in the national interest. With the enactment of the Water Act 2007, the MDBA was established as an independent expertise-based statutory agency. The MDBA aims to achieve a healthy working Basin for the benefit of all Australians. The Murray-Darling Basin contains a rich diversity of natural environments that are unique in Australia and the world. The Basin is also crucial to Australia's economy and home to 2.3 million Australians, including people from over 50 First Nations. How we manage the Basin as a whole connected system, manage our water carefully, and protect it for future generations is set out in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan . The key duties of the position include Who we are looking for? The MDBA is recruiting for high-achieving graduates across the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) stream who are passionate about water and interested in becoming part of the MDBA team in our Canberra office. We are particularly interested in graduates qualified in: Natural resource management Engineering Hydrology Groundwater Environmental and ecological sciences Environmental engineering Social and economic sciences • Tue, 04 JunAPS
Flood/Stormwater Engineer » New South Wales, Australia - Play an integral role through floodplain management in a fast developing LGA. ABOUT THE COMPANY. Join a Local Government Council and be a part of a positive and collaborative team environment. Local Government offer flexible start and finish times, Work From Home days and 35 hours per week. You will be liaising with internal and external Stakeholders, undertaking flood studies and flood risk management plans in accordance to NSW Flood Policy. ABOUT THE POSITION. As a Flood/Stormwater Engineer based in South Western Sydney you will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of flood studies, floodplain risk management studies and management of flood management and stormwater design projects, ensuring all deadlines are met. DUTIES. Undertake detailed stormwater, flood and water quality designs and reviews Manage consultants, ensuring projects meet deadline and adhere to budgets Provide flood and stormwater advice for properties and developments Prepare technical briefs in relation to projects in accordance with legislations SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE. Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering Extensive knowledge of GIS systems, with a good understanding of TUFLOW modelling Exposure in stormwater and floodplain projects High level of attention to detail and strong written and verbal communication skills CULTURE. Expand on your skills and experience within this diverse and driven team. Enjoy being a part of a positive team environment that is based off a high level of collaborative work and a strong team ethic. This team prides themselves on continuous training and development for growth. BENEFITS. 35 hour week creating work life balance Diversify your skills and experience within Local Government Flexible start and finish times HOW TO APPLY. Click "Apply for this job", or contact Lauren Duignan at lduignanivorygroup.com.au for a confidential discussion. • Tue, 04 JunIvory Group
Groundwater Field Technician » Hamilton, Southern Grampians - About the role We are now recruiting an Groundwater Field Technician to perform groundwater monitoring activities, download and calibrate monitoring instrumentation, perform surface water monitoring, and water quality sampling. This role is largely fieldwork which includes, hiking, working from boats, 4WDíng and working in remote areas. This role is based in Hamilton VIC, will involve working alone and part of a team across locations in South-western VIC. The successful applicant will be required to stay away overnight from time to time. We are offering: Access to Ventia's large & varied career enhancing opportunities across AUS & NZ Permanent full time role Company sponsored certification and membership of the Australian Hydrographic Association. Company sponsored support in completing industry specific Diploma qualifications. Advanced First Aid course 4WD driver training Health fund discounts with Opportunity to salary sacrifice personal vehicle. In house Online learning Friendly working environment with accessible management What you'll do: Field water quality sample collection from mainly groundwater monitoring bores. Report creating and tracking & assisting with reporting updates. Undertaking environmental data collection activities for both surface & groundwaters using specialist software packages and scientific instruments, Servicing, calibrating and maintaining onsite monitoring equipment and associated sensors Undertaking maintenance and new works installations About You Proficient in the use of hand, power, and pneumatic tools or willingness to learn. • Trade experience with an affinity for working outdoors Qualifications in Environmental Science, Geology, Hydrogeology, Environmental Engineering, hydrography can be beneficial but not required Environmental monitoring experience in water, air and soils sampling Electronics / mechanical aptitude Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook) Driver's License About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity Ventia is enriched by the diverse experiences, talents and cultures that our people bring to the organisation, while celebrating and respecting the communities we operate in. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment that provides equal opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, Women, Veterans and spouses and people with disabilities. How to apply Select "Apply Now" to submit your application with a CV. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Position Reference Number: 158617 Job Segment: Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Field Service, Maintenance, Geology, Engineering, Science, Manufacturing • Mon, 03 JunVentia
Graduate Environmental Engineer/Scientist - Contaminated Assessment and Remediation » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Graduate Environmental Engineer/Scientist - Contaminated Assessment and Remediation Adelaide, South Australia At GHD, we don't just believe in the power of commitment, we live and breathe it every day. If you want to start a career with impact, whether solving everyday problems through to tackling some of the great challenges our clients and communities face, you'll find that here. That's why we pledge to empower all our people to make a positive impact and ensure you're provided the necessary training and experiences to make those aspirations a reality. We know community impact is important to our staff. Our GHD in the Community program partners with not-for-profit organisations to provide opportunities to work on pro-bono projects, volunteering and fundraising for philanthropic and humanitarian causes. As a business we also funnel some of our profits into the GHD Foundation, a registered charity that works to address disadvantage and inequality in children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the technical development you'll gain working within your team, you'll also join GHD's two year Graduate Development Program. The Graduate Program will connect you peers across Australia, New Zealand, the broader Asia Pacific region and the Middle East. We offer optional rotations in the second year of your program to help explore your career pathway, a structured approach to promotions and salary reviews over your first two years and a culture that is friendly, inclusive and not built on hierarchy. Want to know more about life as a Consultant in GHD? GHD, in partnership with The Forage, a global provider of job simulations, have developed a self-paced Virtual Internship where you'll start to explore what a career in our Engineering teams looks like. You'll hear from one of the Leaders in our team who'll outline some of the topics we cover, as well as talking you through a bit more of what we do in GHD. The Virtual Internship should only take you 3-4 hours to complete We're not asking you to undertake complex calculations, but rather understand some of the challenge we work with on a day to day basis. To learn more, access our Virtual Engineering Internship here. Who are we looking for? We are hiring for an Environmental Engineer or Scientist Graduate to our dynamic Contaminated Assessments & Remediation (CAR) team This role will be based out of our Adelaide, South Australia office. We work in several different industries including local, state and federal government, infrastructure, waste and landfills, water and wastewater, oil and gas upstream and downstream, industrial, pipelines, and energy & resources. What will you get to do? Working with an energetic and high performing team, this position offers a variety of work and will see you involved in: Working with intermediate and senior staff implementing environmental investigations including conducting field investigations, including drilling (various rig types), monitoring well and soil vapour installation oversight; conducting and coordination of environmental monitoring (soil, sediment, groundwater, soil vapour, surface water Field oversight of contractors: Assistance with field scope development, scheduling, budgeting Assistance with data compilation and interpretation Preparation of technical environmental reports for senior review Maintain safety training to conduct environmental contaminated sites work What you will bring to the team: Will graduate by December 2024 with a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering or Environmental Science or equivalent 0 to 2 years of experience in environmental consulting Has a strong interest in chemistry, soil, groundwater, contamination assessment, and remediation methods. Knowledge of contaminated sites regulation and associated guidance, protocols, and guidelines. Willingness to travel throughout Adelaide and Australia to undertake field work, is required (field demands can include working long hours and working in inclement weather conditions) Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Excellent writing and verbal communication is required to effectively express technical information to multiple audiences including subcontractors, clients, colleagues, etc. Strong technical writing, data analysis and interpretation skills. Valid full driver's license and is comfortable with long distance and off-road driving (training will be provided) Any prior relevant experience will be highly regarded, but we are also willing to train someone who is interested in a long-term career in contamination assessment and remediation. What does the rest of GHD's process look like? Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by one of our Talent Acquisition team members who manage each of our regions. If your application is shortlisted, we will get in touch with you for a Video Interview, where you'll get the chance to introduce yourself and make another positive impression on both our TA team and hiring managers. If you're successful at our Video Interview stage and are invited for an interview, our team will contact you via email, text or phone to get that scheduled in. Interviews will either be face to face in our office, or via MS Teams if virtual. Prior to our interview we'll also ask you to go through some online testing through one of our providers, Saville. If the interview goes well, we'll be in contact to discuss an offer, where we'll go through salary, start date and our background checks. In our application process, we want to be as inclusive as possible to ensure everyone has an equitable chance of proceeding through. If you identify as someone who is neurodiverse, or who has a disability and may require changes to any of the processes outlined above, please respond to the question at the start of our process and we'll be in touch where appropriate. How do you apply? Select the "Apply" button Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete the questions. Upload a copy of your updated cover letter, CV and academic transcript/s. If you're successful through our recruitment process, your full-time position will start in February 2025. There may also be ongoing opportunities for casual work throughout your final year of studies. Interested? Apply now. LI-NF1 • Mon, 03 JunGHD
GHD Graduate Program 2025 - Graduate Civil/Environmental Engineers - Water » Perth CBD, Perth - At GHD, we don't just believe in the power of commitment, we live and breathe it every day. If you want to start a career with impact, whether solving everyday problems through to tackling some of the great challenges our clients and communities face, you'll find that here. That's why we pledge to empower all our people to make a positive impact and ensure you're provided the necessary training and experiences to make those aspirations a reality. We know community impact is important to our staff. Our GHD in the Community program partners with not-for-profit organisations to provide opportunities to work on pro-bono projects, volunteering and fundraising for philanthropic and humanitarian causes. As a business we also funnel some of our profits into the GHD Foundation, a registered charity that works to address disadvantage and inequality in children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the technical development you'll gain working within your team, you'll also join GHD's two-year Graduate Development Program. The Graduate Program will connect you peers across Australia, New Zealand, the broader Asia Pacific region and the Middle East. We offer optional rotations in the second year of your program to help explore your career pathway, a structured approach to promotions and salary reviews over your first two years and a culture that is friendly, inclusive and not built on hierarchy. Want to know more about life as a Consultant in GHD? GHD, in partnership with The Forage, a global provider of job simulations, have developed a self-paced Virtual Internship where you'll start to explore what a career in our Engineering teams looks like. You'll hear from one of the Leaders in our Rail team who'll outline some of the topics we cover, as well as talking you through a bit more of what we do in GHD. The Virtual Internship should only take you 3-4 hours to complete We're not asking you to undertake complex calculations, but rather understand some of the challenge we work with on a day-to-day basis. To learn more, access our Virtual Engineering Internship here. Who are we looking for? We're looking for a Graduate Civil Engineers and Graduate Environmental Engineers to join our Water team in Perth. In Western Australia, our 90-year partnership with the water sector has cultivated strong client relationships and a deep understanding of their challenges, equipping us to assist them in preparing for what lies ahead. We have an industry leading team of water experts that are very well known in Perth for water infrastructure, water resources engineering and science consulting. Join us to become part of a community of innovative thinkers, uniting top talent in the field to shape a positive future of water for our communities and next generations. Whether you are a recent graduate or someone completing their final year of studies, we are seeking a degree qualified Graduate Civil Engineers and Graduate Environmental Engineers. Producing water infrastructure designs from planning through to delivery. Hydraulic, hydrological, and water balance modelling using various software packages. Site investigations, including flow and water quality testing. Data management, review, and interpretation using various databases and analysis tools (spatial and time series data). Design calculations and drawing preparation. Report writing. We're looking for someone who has: Good technical report writing skills (good oral and written communication skills) Effective time management skills and can manage conflicting priorities. Enthusiastic in the pursuit of knowledge and has strong self-learning skills A strong desire to learn and solve problems in a team context. A 4 or 5-year degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or equivalent, accredited by Engineers Australia Completed hydraulics or fluid mechanics related engineering course. An interest in water infrastructure and water resource engineering. Passionate about analysing and resolving complex water management issues Can assist in interpreting client requirements. Developing knowledge and experience in GHD job delivery processes and helping to manage the efficient execution of jobs to deliver value for clients and GHD. Embrace our shared commitment to safety in all aspects of our work. The ability to multi-task and self-prioritize workload. High attention to detail with strong problem-solving skills. Be willing to travel occasionally if required. Growing your network of professional contacts through your client interactions and interactions with the GHD community. What does the rest of GHD's process look like? Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by one of our Talent Acquisition team members who manage each of our regions. From there, the rest of our recruitment process includes: A Video Interview, where you'll get the chance to introduce yourself and make another positive impression on both our TA team and hiring managers. Formal interviews, either in person or via MS Teams. Prior to our interview we'll also ask you to go through some online testing through one of our providers, Saville. An offer, where we'll go through your salary package and the start date for our program, as well as flagging our background checking process. In our application process, we want to be as inclusive as possible to ensure everyone has an equitable chance of proceeding through. If you identify as someone who is neurodiverse, or who has a disability and may require changes to any of the processes outlined above, please respond to the question at the start of our process and we'll be in touch where appropriate. How do you apply? Select the "Apply" button Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete the questions. Upload a copy of your updated cover letter, CV and academic transcript/s. If you're successful through our recruitment process, your full-time position will start in February 2025. There may also be ongoing opportunities for casual work throughout your final year of studies. Interested? Apply now. LI-FB1 • Mon, 03 JunGHD
Senior Associate Civil Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join WSP, a global leader in engineering professional services, and become part of our team of intelligent and collaborative Changemakers. Make your mark on tomorrow by working with talented and diverse professionals on iconic projects that drive future-ready outcomes benefiting clients and communities. What you'll do: As an Associate Civil Engineer at WSP, you will take on a leadership role, enhancing your capabilities and contributing to the reputation of our Geo-environmental engineering team. Collaborate on significant projects in civil, infrastructure, and mining sectors, focusing on subsurface environmental risks, geosynthetics, embankments, earthworks, and surface water management. Develop innovative and sustainable engineering solutions within an industry-leading team. Lead the delivery of complex projects in geo-environmental engineering, urban infrastructure, waste management, mining, and hazardous dams. Play a key role in developing technical documents for clients throughout various project phases. Build and maintain client relationships, supporting project delivery and business development. Ensure technical project delivery, managing risks and maintaining quality. Undertake project management, focusing on repeat business and desired outcomes for key clients. Mentor and lead a team of junior engineers, contributing to shared project responsibilities. Support operations management in developing and executing strategies for achieving shared goals. About you: Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental, or Geotechnical Engineering with extensive relevant experience. Design experience in civil/environmental/geotechnical engineering related to subsurface environmental risks, geosynthetics, embankments, earthworks, and surface water management. Excellent written and communication skills, with the ability to convey advice to both technical and non-technical audiences. Strong project management capabilities and ability to lead multidisciplinary projects. Highly motivated, innovative, and committed to technical excellence. Demonstrated project ownership, decision-making, and mentoring skills. Why WSP: WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms, bringing together approximately 5,000 talented people across 14 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. wsp.com/au Our vibrant workplace culture is an important part of what makes this a great place to work. As a leader in WSP, you will have the opportunity to influence and contribute to our social and community initiatives while collaborating with your colleagues to make a positive impact on people's lives. You will also enjoy the rewarding experience of mentoring younger professionals and seeing them succeed and progress in their careers over time. WSP prioritises the health and wellbeing of our people by offering flexible working, 12 months parental leave, opportunities for global mobility, purchased additional leave, and a competitive salary among many more benefits designed to help you thrive. We are committed to providing an inclusive and equal opportunity workplace. We promote Indigenous voices and are actively delivering a 'Stretch' level Reconciliation Action Plan. We are a Workplace Gender Equality Agency Employer of Choice, support the LGBTQI community, and encourage all employees to bring their whole selves to work. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. • Sun, 02 JunWSP
Graduate Environmental Engineer/Scientist - Contaminated Assessment and Remediation » Adelaide, SA - Job Description: Graduate Environmental Engineer/Scientist - Contaminated Assessment and Remediation Adelaide.... To learn more, access our . Who are we looking for? We are hiring for an Environmental Engineer or Scientist Graduate... • Sun, 02 JunGHD
2025 MDBA Graduate Development Program » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Join us to shape the future of one of Australia's greatest natural assets and protect it for future generations. We are seeking people who want to contribute to a significant water reform program that aims to respond to the impacts of climate change, support community and industry needs, and improve access to water for First Nations people. The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is an independent government agency which, in partnership with Basin governments, manages the Murray-Darling Basin's water resources in the national interest. With the enactment of the Water Act 2007, the MDBA was established as an independent expertise-based statutory agency. The MDBA aims to achieve a healthy working Basin for the benefit of all Australians. The Murray-Darling Basin contains a rich diversity of natural environments that are unique in Australia and the world. The Basin is also crucial to Australia's economy and home to 2.3 million Australians, including people from over 50 First Nations. How we manage the Basin as a whole connected system, manage our water carefully, and protect it for future generations is set out in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan . The key duties of the position include Who we are looking for? The MDBA is recruiting for high-achieving graduates across the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) stream who are passionate about water and interested in becoming part of the MDBA team in our Canberra office. We are particularly interested in graduates qualified in: Natural resource management Engineering Hydrology Groundwater Environmental and ecological sciences Environmental engineering Social and economic sciences • Sat, 01 JunAPS
GHD Graduate Program 2025 - Graduate Civil/Environmental Engineers – Water » Perth, WA - are we looking for? We're looking for a Graduate Civil Engineers and Graduate Environmental Engineers to join our Water team in Perth. In..., we are seeking a degree qualified Graduate Civil Engineers and Graduate Environmental Engineers. Producing water infrastructure... • Fri, 31 MayGHD
Environmental Engineer » Australia - and engineering. ABOUT THE POSITION. Gain industry experience as an Environmental Engineer and continue developing your skills... market for their services within the Environmental sector. They are a collaborative team that has developed a reputation... • Wed, 29 MayIvory Group$70000 - 90000 per year
Assistant Director, Environmental Assets (Environmental Assets Engineer) » Wodonga, VIC - and investigative style works. The Environmental Assets Engineer will work closely with the Assets team, other parts of the River... of asset planning approaches and appropriate program management performance monitoring and reporting. The Environmental... • Wed, 29 MayMurray-Darling Basin Authority$118049 - 129870 per year
Assistant Director, Environmental Assets (Environmental Assets Engineer) » Canberra, ACT - and investigative style works. The Environmental Assets Engineer will work closely with the Assets team, other parts of the River... of asset planning approaches and appropriate program management performance monitoring and reporting. The Environmental... • Wed, 29 MayMurray-Darling Basin Authority$118049 - 129870 per year
Assistant Director, Environmental Assets (Environmental Assets Engineer) » Mildura, VIC - and investigative style works. The Environmental Assets Engineer will work closely with the Assets team, other parts of the River... of asset planning approaches and appropriate program management performance monitoring and reporting. The Environmental... • Wed, 29 MayMurray-Darling Basin Authority$118049 - 129870 per year
Senior Civil Design | 12d | $110K - $140K » Sydney, Sydney Region - On Offer: $110,000 - $140,000K super Career path into Senior - Principal - Design Management - Project Management - Director Project Diversity between- Buildings, Land, Infrastructure & sporting projects WORK LIFE BALANCE - WFH Flex hours available Long-standing client-base - Offering longevity Large, innovative team to work alongside Supportive environment Feedback on culture has been very positive Smaller firm - potential for shares in the business Locations: CBD CBD Fringe WFH Flex hours on offer Those willing to relocate to Sydney please apply (Aus working rights Req.) The Role: 12d design - Concept-feasibility to detailed design of: Buildings - Commercial, Residential, Industrial, Education - Designing the associated civils around buildings - car parks, stormwater drainage, intersections Subdivisions - Anything from 2 lot up to 1000 lot subdivisions - Water & Sewer - Roads - Earthworks - wetlands - drainage Roads/Infrastructure - Drainage, Road alignment, pavements, intersections, roundabouts more The company: Around 75staff Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering & Project Management consulting Amazing long standing client base A company who offer continuous learning, ongoing support & training Work-life balance is a huge driver Low turnover Looking for future leaders or very career minded individuals it's a very good time to be a Civil Designer or Engineer. I have partnered with some outstanding consulting groups who can offer amazing opportunities for those who want any of the following - career progression, project diversity, market rate salaries, a solid work-life balance and more Looking for: Civil Engineering Degree / or Diploma qualified Civil Design or Engineering across any of the above sectors (civil design from other sectors should still apply) Competent 12d design background would give you an advantage / Advanced 12d civil pays top end salaries Civil 3D designers should still apply Those who want longeviy & stability Enthusiasm, drive and solid communication skills are a must Those looking to relocate to Sydney are welcomed to apply (Aus working rights req.) I'd love to chat through your options and motivations. Please send me your CV and/or give me a call Ian Willett ianaptus.com.au 0420 434 345 Report this job advert Be careful Don’t provide your b • Wed, 29 MayAptus Personnel
Environmental Engineer » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Our Client is offering a fantastic opportunity for an Environmental Consultancy to take the next step in their career at a reputable firm in Sydney. ABOUT THE COMPANY. Our client is a multi-disciplinary consultancy that is well-established in the market for their services within the Environmental sector. They are a collaborative team that has developed a reputation for being dynamic and delivering innovative, practical, and cost-effective solutions to environmental and geotechnical sectors. Our team of consultants combine experience in leading edge site assessment, remediation and environmental monitoring and engineering. ABOUT THE POSITION. Gain industry experience as an Environmental Engineer and continue developing your skills through a variety of Environmental impact assessments and management projects. You will be working alongside a supportive team working on several projects from start to finish. Effective written and verbal communication; organizational and analytical skills. Ability to succeed in a consulting environment, simultaneously handling multiple project assignments and meeting strict deadlines. DUTIES. Evaluation of Environmental field works. Soil / groundwater sampling and investigations. Report writing in accordance with industry standards. Site remediation management. Provide related advice for developing engineering solutions. Environmental monitoring. Contaminated land site investigations. SKILLS & EXPERIENCE. Tertiary degree in Environmental Engineering / Science. 2 years within relevant field. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Experience in Contaminated land Management (CLM). Knowledge of local requirements and standards. CULTURE. Our client is known for a collaborative, and supportive working environment. They highly value career progression and development through on-site training, mentoring and development programs. There are regular social incentives and a consistent positive working environment. BENEFITS. Easily accessible by public transport. Stable work in established contracts. A supportive environmental team Work life balance Working with industry specialists. HOW TO APPLY Click 'Apply for this job' , or please contact Tammy Nguyen on (02) 9231 4999 / tnguyenivorygroup.com.au for a confidential discussion. • Wed, 29 MayIvory Group
Senior Environmental Specialist » Australia - ConsultANZ is looking for Environmental Specialists for engagement in a significant project located in Yass/Canberra. ConsultANZ is looking for Environmental Specialists for engagement in a significant project located in Yass/Canberra. $130-170k base super car (negotiable based on experience) Yass/Canberra region Permanent Full-time Main Duties Your responsibilities include, but is not limited to: Assessing the ambient environments and providing detailed reports on the findings. Overseeing measures to control noise, manage dust, and contain silt during project operations. Demonstrating a sound understanding of risk management systems and their effective implementation. Conducting thorough environmental audits to evaluate compliance with established environmental policies and regulations. Formulating and executing strategies along with action plans for enhancing environmental sustainability. Utilizing data analysis to monitor and track progress towards achieving environmental objectives and meeting set targets. Requirements The successful candidate will bring into the role: Bachelor's Degree in a relevant or related field is required. Minimum 5-8 years relevant experience in environmental engineering or similar, and ideally has worked on a project that involves power/transmission. Become a valuable collaborator within the Environmental Management Team. Possess an extensive understanding of environmental laws, regulations, and industry standards. Demonstrate superb communication capabilities for establishing effective relationships with clients, stakeholders, and fellow team members. Exhibit robust analytical aptitude to decipher intricate environmental data. Showcase prior experience in conducting environmental audits and compliance evaluations. Display proficiency in the use of environmental management software and data analysis tools. Benefits Attractive salary package of $130-170k base super car (negotiable based on experience). Experience a diverse range of infrastructure assignments. A project offering job stability for the long haul. APPLY NOW if interested or email claire.yangconsultanz.com.au to hear more about this opportunity. REFER A FRIEND: Was this position not right for you? Do you know someone suitable? Refer a friend today, and if successful, receive a $500 reward • Tue, 28 MayConsultANZ
Environmental Engineer/Scientist, Wastewater Management » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Department for Health and Wellbeing - Health Protection and Regulation Salary: $86,950 to $96,223 - PO2 - Full Time / Ongoing Overview: The Wastewater Management Unit is currently seeking applications from those with knowledge and experience in the field of wastewater management including, on-site wastewater systems, wastewater treatment, disposal and recycled water use, water quality, environmental engineering, public health regulation and policy. Our primary objective is to protect public health through the development and implementation of regulation, policies and protocols for wastewater management, treatment, disposal and recycled water use in South Australia. The key requirements for the role are to: Develop and administer legislation and prescribed codes, protocols, guidelines and State-wide public health policy for wastewater and recycled water management. Evaluate and approve the installation and management of wastewater systems and recycled water schemes including compliance, monitoring and enforcement. Provide regulatory advice and education to stakeholders on public health matters relating to wastewater and recycled water management. Contribute to the well-being of people in South Australia through incident management and participation in emergency management response. Contribute to development of public health policy and initiatives to ensure legislative and functional activities are directed toward achievement of Branch objectives. What are we looking for from you to succeed in this role? Be collaborative and enjoy working as part of a small team. The ability to maintain a "big picture" focus. Be able to present your ideas and communicate effectively. Be able to think analytically and present the technical to the non-technical. The ability to draft documents that are technically correct and easy to read. Be a positive leader and ambassador for our organisation. The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and appropriate immunisation requirements. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job ref: 867562 Criminal History Screening Requirement A National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving no contact with vulnerable groups is required for this position (general employment) Immunisation Risk for this position is Category C (minimal patient contact) SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Special Conditions An appropriate tertiary qualification degree in environmental health, water-related science or environmental engineering field. A driver's licence (class car) is essential. Enquiries Andy Purdie Team Leader, Business Support Services Phone: 8226 8949 E-mail: andrew.purdiesa.gov.au Application Closing Date Thursday, 06 June 2024 - 11.55PM Attachments 867562 - Environmental Engineer-Scientist, Wastewater Management - Health Protection and Licensing Services - Role Description.pdf Australian applicant guidelines International applicant guidelines • Mon, 27 MaySA Health
Environment Advisor - Suburban Connect » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Suburban Connect consortium, comprising CPB Contractors, ACCIONA and Ghella, have been selected by the Victorian Government to deliver the first major tunnelling package on the Suburban Rail Loop (SRL) East project. The package includes construction of a 16-kilometre section of the project's twin tunnels, including tunnelling between Cheltenham and Glen Waverley, 55 safety cross passages between the tunnels, station boxes at Clayton and Monash and the construction of portals - the entrances and exits to the tunnels - at the stabling facility. About the Opportunity: Join our team as an Environment Advisor and lead, plan, organise and control the environmental aspects of our mega Project including the development, implementation and control of project environmental plans. As an Environmental Advisor you will be accountable for: Providing advice to our design, construction team and subcontractors to achieve project goals Commitment to, and ownership of, project objectives and Environmental Performance Requirement compliance Developing, implementing and maintaining Environmental Management Plans Conducting environmental inspections and audits. Identifying key environmental risks, and developing appropriate controls and communication for inclusion in work planning activities Influencing and fostering a strong HSE Culture through strong leadership and communication skills Participating or leading internal and external auditing of the Environmental Management system Our minimum requirements for this role are: Bachelor's Degree in Science or Environmental Engineering Construction environment management (3 years) Knowledge of environment and construction legislation and industry practices Strong communication and influencing skills What we offer: Shape Melbourne's Future: Be part of building a landmark infrastructure project that will leave a lasting mark on the city's public transport network Invest in Your Career: Long-term stability with a clear growth trajectory, fuelled by our pipeline of future projects Thrive in Collaboration: Immerse yourself in a diverse, inclusive culture that values innovative problem-solving and teamwork Continuously Learn & Grow: Access professional development opportunities and share your unique expertise within a supportive environment Come and join a new team passionate about delivering quality infrastructure and enhancing the communities in which we work. To submit your application, please click on the link below. • Mon, 27 MayCIMIC Group Limited
Junior Environmental Advisor » Chatswood West, Willoughby Area - Confluence Water Pty Ltd (Confluence Water), Ventia, Downer and Jacobs joint venture, is one of three consortia delivering services under Sydney Water's Partnering for Success program. Confluence Water delivers design, construction, maintenance and facilities management services in Sydney Water's North region, which stretches from Sydney Harbour to the Hawkesbury River and includes the Hills Shire. Due to a planned expansion into the capital works phase of the program we have an exciting opportunity for a new Environmental Advisor to join our high performing and progressive Environment and Sustainability Team. The primary role of the Environment and Sustainability Team is supporting our construction and maintenance team across the northern region of Sydney by providing advice and technical expertise in all areas of environmental management. Our projects are varied and do involve high environmental risk profile projects - for example construction work within National Parks. You will gain experience on all environmental aspects including acid sulphate soils management, groundwater dewatering and licensing, contamination management, Aboriginal Heritage and Non-Aboriginal heritage management. Our Environmental and Sustainability Team has quickly formed a strong culture of respect and inclusiveness, fostering a proudly diverse, fun and supportive workplace. Our head office is located in Chatswood next to the public transport interchange with satellite and projects offices all over the northern region. With a team of six strong Environmental Advisors and over twenty specialist environmental advisors (ecologist, hydrogeologists, contamination etc) our team is certainly one to give you great support and a platform to grow your career. You will find plenty of opportunities for engagement on key issues and growth within our business. ABOUT YOU Relevant Tertiary degree (preference for post graduate qualifications) in the fields of environmental engineering, environmental science, statutory or strategic planning, environmental management or related discipline.At least two years' environmental management experience, with extensive experience in the preparation and implementation of environmental management systems and plans Experience in the water/wastewater industry is advantageous. A good understanding of relevant NSW State and Commonwealth legislation relating to environmental planning and approvals, environmental licensing and/or site environmental management Day-to-day management of all on-site environmental aspects including field testing, site inspections, and any monitoring requirements within their designated areas This is a wonderful opportunity to continue your career in a key industry working in partnership with a major utility at the forefront of construction sustainability. WHAT WE OFFER A workplace that embraces diversity and inclusion Suite of benefits including health and wellness initiatives Competitive remuneration with on-going training and support Organisation that truly values and practices flexible working options Personalised career growth with a suite of wellness initiatives and benefits. For more information please contact Janice Tier, Workforce and Inclusion Business Partner janice.tierconfluencewater.com.au Please submit your application via the advertisement. Job Segment: Environmental Science, Strategic Planning, Environmental Engineering, Wastewater, Water Treatment, Science, Strategy, Engineering • Sun, 26 MayVentia
EL1 Assistant Director, Environmental Assets (Environmental Assets Engineer) » Wodonga, VIC - Mildura, VIC - performance monitoring and reporting. The Environmental Assets Engineer will support leadership and coordination of the... delivery of operations, maintenance and investigative style works. The Environmental Assets Engineer will work closely... • Fri, 24 MayMurray-Darling Basin Authority$118049 - 129870 per year
Graduate Environmental Engineer/Scientist - Contamination Assessment and Remediation » The Rocks, Sydney - At GHD, we don't just believe in the power of commitment, we live and breathe it every day. If you want to start a career with impact, whether solving everyday problems through to tackling some of the great challenges our clients and communities face, you'll find that here. That's why we pledge to empower all our people to make a positive impact and ensure you're provided the necessary training and experiences to make those aspirations a reality. We know community impact is important to our staff. Our GHD in the Community program partners with not-for-profit organisations to provide opportunities to work on pro-bono projects, volunteering and fundraising for philanthropic and humanitarian causes. As a business we also funnel some of our profits into the GHD Foundation, a registered charity that works to address disadvantage and inequality in children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the technical development you'll gain working within your team, you'll also join GHD's two year Graduate Development Program. The Graduate Program will connect you peers across Australia, New Zealand, the broader Asia Pacific region and the Middle East. We offer optional rotations in the second year of your program to help explore your career pathway, a structured approach to promotions and salary reviews over your first two years and a culture that is friendly, inclusive and not built on hierarchy. Want to know more about life as a Consultant in GHD? GHD, in partnership with The Forage, a global provider of job simulations, have developed a self-paced Virtual Internship where you'll start to explore what a career in our Engineering teams looks like. You'll hear from one of the Leaders in our Rail team who'll outline some of the topics we cover, as well as talking you through a bit more of what we do in GHD. The Virtual Internship should only take you 3-4 hours to complete We're not asking you to undertake complex calculations, but rather understand some of the challenge we work with on a day to day basis. To learn more, access our Virtual Engineering Internship here. Who are we looking for? We are hiring for an Environmental Engineer or Scientist Graduate to our dynamic Contamination Assessment & Remediation (CAR) team This role will be based out of our Sydney CBD office. We work in several different industries including local, state and federal government, infrastructure, waste and landfills, water and wastewater, oil and gas upstream and downstream, industrial, pipelines, and energy & resources. What will you get to do? Working with an energetic and high performing team, this position offers a variety of work and will see you involved in: Working with intermediate and senior staff implementing environmental investigations including conducting field investigations, including drilling (various rig types), monitoring well and soil vapour installation oversight; conducting and coordination of environmental monitoring (soil, sediment, groundwater, soil vapour, surface water); Field oversight of contractors; Assistance with field scope development, scheduling, budgeting Assistance with data compilation and interpretation Preparation of technical environmental reports for senior review Maintain safety training to conduct environmental contaminated sites work What you will bring to the team: Will graduate by December 2024 with a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering or Environmental Science or equivalent 0 to 2 years of experience in environmental consulting Has a strong interest in chemistry, soil, groundwater, contamination assessment, and remediation methods. Knowledge of contaminated sites regulation and associated guidance, protocols, and guidelines. Willingness to travel throughout NSW and Australia to undertake field work, is required (field demands can include working long hours and working in inclement weather conditions) Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Excellent writing and verbal communication is required to effectively express technical information to multiple audiences including subcontractors, clients, colleagues, etc. Strong technical writing, data analysis and interpretation skills. Valid full driver's license and is comfortable with long distance and off-road driving (training will be provided) Any prior relevant experience will be highly regarded, but we are also willing to train someone who is interested in a long-term career in contamination assessment and remediation. What does the rest of GHD's process look like? Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by one of our Talent Acquisition team members who manage each of our regions. If your application is shortlisted, we will get in touch with you for a Video Interview, where you'll get the chance to introduce yourself and make another positive impression on both our TA team and hiring managers. If you're successful at our Video Interview stage and are invited for an interview, our team will contact you via email, text or phone to get that scheduled in. Interviews will either be face to face in our office, or via MS Teams if virtual. Prior to our interview we'll also ask you to go through some online testing through one of our providers, Saville. If the interview goes well, we'll be in contact to discuss an offer, where we'll go through salary, start date and our background checks. In our application process, we want to be as inclusive as possible to ensure everyone has an equitable chance of proceeding through. If you identify as someone who is neurodiverse, or who has a disability and may require changes to any of the processes outlined above, please respond to the question at the start of our process and we'll be in touch where appropriate. How do you apply? Select the "Apply" button Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete the questions. Upload a copy of your updated cover letter, CV and academic transcript/s. If you're successful through our recruitment process, your full-time position will start in February 2025. There may also be ongoing opportunities for casual work throughout your final year of studies. Interested? Apply now. LI-SD1 • Fri, 24 MayGHD
Graduate Environmental Engineer/Scientist - Contamination Assessment and Remediation » Sydney, NSW - are we looking for? We are hiring for an Environmental Engineer or Scientist Graduate to our dynamic Contamination Assessment & Remediation (CAR) team... a variety of work and will see you involved in: Working with intermediate and senior staff implementing environmental... • Tue, 21 MayGHD
Environmental Scientist/Engineer - ALL LEVELS » Tatton, Wagga Wagga - Are you passionate about creating sustainable environmental solutions? The Company: Our client is a leading environmental service provider in Australia, specializing in comprehensive solutions to environmental challenges. Be a part of their mission to deliver innovative and sustainable environmental services that make a positive impact The Role: We are seeking highly motivated Environmental Scientists/Engineers to play a pivotal role in a growing team. This is your chance to engage in diverse projects and contribute to a healthier planet. Remote work is offered Environmental Scientist/Environmental Engineers Senior Environmental Scientists/Engineer Senior Associate Environmental Scientists/Engineers Environmental Specialists/Consultants Sustainability Engineers Key Responsibilities: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Soil and Groundwater Remediation Landfill Services & Management Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment Waste Classification and Management Emergency Response & Pollution Containment Risk Assessments Industries: Landfill & Waste Management Petroleum Property development Manufacturing and Industry Key Criteria: Degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, or a related field From 5 years' experience, right up to 20 years' experience, we want to talk to you Experience in environmental assessment, remediation and management In-depth knowledge of environmental regulations and standards Ready to make a difference? Apply now and I will reach out to you This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the growth and success of the organization while furthering your own career. For further insights into this opportunity please contact 07 3333 1511 for a confidential conversation. Alternatively, you can submit your CV and Cover Letter by clicking APPLY NOW. Confidentiality is so important to us - and you. All conversations and applications are held in the strictest of confidence. We take a different approach to recruitment and treat your CV and details with care. Our consultants make the time to work closely with you and will never release your details to our clients without your prior approval. • Tue, 21 MayPeopleConnexion Recruitment Pty Ltd
Environmental Planner » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employee owned, leaders in the Environmental & Engineering space, great work culture and ongoing career development on offer. Company, Culture, Career - Our client can offer it all. A genuinely employee owned (and opportunity for this is achievable to all staff in the business). As shareholders, employees are kept well informed of the business development and have a say to the direction it takes. Flexible/ hybrid working options available. Specialists across the Environmental and Engineering space, our clients are well established with a firm position in the market growing their presence in the NSW market this is a great opportunity to join at a pivotal stage of their growth. A healthy pipeline of future work , our client places a high importance on providing a quality service every time which in turn ensures repeat business and job security for employees. Culture This is a people centric business and the successful growth of this business over the last few years has been a direct result of the importance placed on recruiting the right people every time into the business. Ongoing opportunities, a growing business my client offers ongoing development and career progression. Support our client will listen and support you, helping you to reach your career goals and aspirations. Financially you will be well looked after you can expect a competitive salary and regular reviews. As well as opportunities for company shares. The Position A mid-level Environmental planner (4 years) is sought to join this growing team. You will have demonstratable experience in Australian in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and a solid understanding of national environmental legislation and standards. Communication - You will have excellent written and verbal communication to write reports, liaise with clients, councils, and other stakeholders both over the phone, electronically and face to face at meetings. Qualifications - You will hold a relevant tertiary qualification which is recognised by the Planning of Institute of Australia. Support - The role will be well supported with strong leadership and mentoring. Preparing, lodging, and managing Environmental Impact Assessments Apply now or for a confidential chat or get in touch with Anna Roberts at Cookson & Roberts, Mobile 0468546555 • Sat, 18 MayCookson and Roberts
Environmental Adviser » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Seeking an Environmental Advisor to work in an ongoing site-based role in VIC. Environmental Advisor Ongoing role Priority job seekers are encouraged to apply. East Melbourne location Our client is seeking an Environmental Advisor to implement and maintain environmental management systems for construction activities. About the role Stay updated on environmental legislation and standards and support project management with environmental components. Identify and mitigate environmental risks and conduct site inspections and audits for compliance. Assist in closing out audit actions with corrective plans. Engage field personnel to ensure compliance and offer support. Manage environmental incident response and investigations. Ideally you will have Understanding of the application of related legislation. Experience in a related role, relevant life experience or an Environmental Science or Environmental Engineering Degree. How to apply To apply, click the Apply Now button and send your up-to-date resume. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career on 1300 111 365. Job Reference: 1492395 • Sat, 18 MayOnpoint 365
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Senior Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Site Remediation) » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - What if you could shape built and natural environments, and the future of those that use them? With us, you can. We are currently seeking to appoint the next great Senior Consultant to Principal level hire. The role will be primarily based in our Adelaide office with the option to work from home 2 days per week, when you're not required on site. Our specialist Remediation team provides advice in the design and implementation of solutions that minimise cost and liabilities to our clients while improving environmental conditions. We have a strong pipeline of long-term remediation projects in the downstream and upstream Oil and Gas, transport, manufacturing and brownfield industrial sectors, including environmental data gap assessment, portfolio assessment and advisory, risk assessment and mitigation, and remediation planning, solution evaluation and implementation. Your focus will be to drive technical excellence, commercial performance, innovation, and client satisfaction while contributing to a culture of continuous growth and development within our team. Day to day, you will: Review and quality control pre-divestment environmental site assessments, including all aspects of environmental investigation of soil, groundwater, soil vapour, ambient air, sediment and surface water data In the role of Principal Contractor, supervise specialist contractors on remediation sites and ensure safe, compliant and quality field work Prepare technical reports (e.g. Validation ESA's, RAPs etc.) Develop remediation measures with support from industry-leading technical specialists and an EPA Accredited Site Auditor Scope projects and guide junior staff through the selection, design, installation and evaluation of remediation solutions Foster strong client relationships Commercial management of projects Development of local team About you You're enthusiastic, reliable, great at building collaborative working relationships and you're keen to take the next step up in your career. You will typically have 7-20 years of experience in delivering substantial projects. We specifically seek individuals with: Solid understanding of soil and groundwater contaminants, as well as remediation strategies An understanding of the obligations associated with the role of Principal Contractor under WHS Regulations Broad knowledge of contaminated land site sampling technique, investigation methodologies and remediation technologies for groundwater, soil and gas Tertiary qualifications in environmental engineering or science, geology or related A current Australian Driver's License Understanding of local regulations pertaining to the management of contaminated sites A desire to mentor and train junior staff and grow local business About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future Ready projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture celebrating different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. To find out more about our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive, go to our Employee Benefits page. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. LIWSP • Fri, 17 MayWSP
Senior Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Site Remediation) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - What if you could shape built and natural environments, and the future of those that use them? With us, you can. We are currently seeking to appoint the next great Senior Consultant to Principal level hire. The role will be primarily based in our Brisbane office with the option to work from home 2 days per week, when you're not required on site. We're also open to having someone based in the Gold Coast. Our specialist Remediation team provides advice in the design and implementation of solutions that minimise cost and liabilities to our clients while improving environmental conditions. We have a strong pipeline of long-term remediation projects in the downstream and upstream Oil and Gas, transport, manufacturing and brownfield industrial sectors, including environmental data gap assessment, portfolio assessment and advisory, risk assessment and mitigation, and remediation planning, solution evaluation and implementation. Your focus will be to drive technical excellence, commercial performance, innovation, and client satisfaction while contributing to a culture of continuous growth and development within our team. Day to day, you will: Review and quality control pre-divestment environmental site assessments, including all aspects of environmental investigation of soil, groundwater, soil vapour, ambient air, sediment and surface water data In the role of Principal Contractor, supervise specialist contractors on remediation sites and ensure safe, compliant and quality field work Prepare technical reports (e.g. Validation ESA's, RAPs etc.) Develop remediation measures with support from industry-leading technical specialists and an EPA Accredited Site Auditor Scope projects and guide junior staff through the selection, design, installation and evaluation of remediation solutions Foster strong client relationships Commercial management of projects Development of local team About you You're enthusiastic, reliable, great at building collaborative working relationships and you're keen to take the next step up in your career. You will typically have 7-20 years of experience in delivering substantial projects. We specifically seek individuals with: Solid understanding of soil and groundwater contaminants, as well as remediation strategies An understanding of the obligations associated with the role of Principal Contractor under WHS Regulations Broad knowledge of contaminated land site sampling technique, investigation methodologies and remediation technologies for groundwater, soil and gas Tertiary qualifications in environmental engineering or science, geology or related A current Australian Driver's License Understanding of local regulations pertaining to the management of contaminated sites A desire to mentor and train junior staff and grow local business About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future Ready projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture celebrating different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. To find out more about our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive, go to our Employee Benefits page. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. LIWSP • Fri, 17 MayWSP
Senior Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Site Remediation) » The Rocks, Sydney - What if you could shape built and natural environments, and the future of those that use them? With us, you can. We are currently seeking to appoint the next great Senior Consultant to Principal level hire. The role will be primarily based in our Sydney office with the option to work from home 2 days per week, when you're not required on site. Our specialist Remediation team provides advice in the design and implementation of solutions that minimise cost and liabilities to our clients while improving environmental conditions. We have a strong pipeline of long-term remediation projects in the downstream and upstream Oil and Gas, transport, manufacturing and brownfield industrial sectors, including environmental data gap assessment, portfolio assessment and advisory, risk assessment and mitigation, and remediation planning, solution evaluation and implementation. Your focus will be to drive technical excellence, commercial performance, innovation, and client satisfaction while contributing to a culture of continuous growth and development within our team. Day to day, you will: Review and quality control pre-divestment environmental site assessments, including all aspects of environmental investigation of soil, groundwater, soil vapour, ambient air, sediment and surface water data In the role of Principal Contractor, supervise specialist contractors on remediation sites and ensure safe, compliant and quality field work Prepare technical reports (e.g. Validation ESA's, RAPs etc.) Develop remediation measures with support from industry-leading technical specialists and an EPA Accredited Site Auditor Scope projects and guide junior staff through the selection, design, installation and evaluation of remediation solutions Foster strong client relationships Commercial management of projects Development of local team About you You're enthusiastic, reliable, great at building collaborative working relationships and you're keen to take the next step up in your career. You will typically have 7-20 years of experience in delivering substantial projects. We specifically seek individuals with: Solid understanding of soil and groundwater contaminants, as well as remediation strategies An understanding of the obligations associated with the role of Principal Contractor under WHS Regulations Broad knowledge of contaminated land site sampling technique, investigation methodologies and remediation technologies for groundwater, soil and gas Tertiary qualifications in environmental engineering or science, geology or related A current Australian Driver's License Understanding of local regulations pertaining to the management of contaminated sites A desire to mentor and train junior staff and grow local business About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future Ready projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture celebrating different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. To find out more about our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive, go to our Employee Benefits page. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. LIWSP • Fri, 17 MayWSP
Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Sites) » Perth CBD, Perth - What if you could work on one of the biggest environmental projects of our time? With us, you can. As we're seeing significant growth in our projects value and pipeline, new opportunities have been created for junior and experienced Environmental Scientist / Engineers. The roles will be primarily based in our Perth office with the option to work from home 2 days per week when not required on site. WSP has one of the largest Contaminated Sites teams in Western Australia. Put simply, we have the scale and the reach you need to do the kind of work the world needs. Our great team culture, technical leaders and supportive colleagues allow us to tackle interesting and complex projects for our clients whilst ensuring our team members work on rewarding and technically challenging projects. We put well-being, technical excellence, and innovation at the forefront of everything we do. Your work will include the full life cycle of contaminated site assessments across a range of projects including: Legacy industrial sites Decommissioning programs on large upstream oil and gas sites Transport infrastructure projects including rail, road and ports Property transaction due diligence assessments Downstream oil and gas sites Mine sites Defence projects What you'll do Conduct interesting environmental field works (e.g. drilling, hydrogeological testing, site validation, monitoring) with varied considerations for safety and intricate geology/ hydrogeology Collect environmental samples of soil, groundwater, soil vapour, ambient air and landfill gas, etc. Interrogate large datasets, develop conceptual site models and prepare detailed and concise field notes Draft technical assessments reports and recommendations Oversee contractors and take responsibility for safe, compliant and quality field works programs Apply legislation, standards, guidelines, and project specifications Build strong relationships with colleagues and clients About you You are enthusiastic, reliable and great at building collaborative working relationships. You will also bring: Knowledge of soil contaminants and remediation strategies Site sampling techniques, investigation methodologies and remediation technologies for groundwater, soil and gas Understanding of WA regulations pertaining to the management of contaminated sites A current Australian Driver's License You're likely to have tertiary education in earth sciences or environmental science/engineering About WSP WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, bringing together approximately 6,000 talented people across 15 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future Ready projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. At WSP, we want you to embrace your curiosity and work in a culture celebrating different perspectives. With access to global scale and reach, you'll connect with the brightest minds in the field to make the best work of your life. To find out more about our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our people, and the programs we've designed to help you thrive, go to our Employee Benefits page. Think this could be the opportunity for you? Apply now to begin your journey with WSP. WSP. With us, you can. • Fri, 17 MayWSP
Principal Geotechnical Engineer » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Great opportunity for a Principal Geotechnical Engineer to lead your own team. manage projects from start to finish and business develop. ABOUT THE COMPANY Our client is an award-winning firm, specialising in Geotechnical, Structural and Environmental engineering. With a focus on collaboration, creativity, and excellence, they empower their employees to drive success and deliver exceptional results. They are looking for a Principal Geotechnical Engineer to lead their Sydney team. ABOUT THE POSITION As a Chartered Principal Geotechnical Engineer, you will lead your own team, build and maintain relationships with new and existing clients, and ensure that projects are delivered on time. The ideal candidate will have a strong technical background in geotechnical engineering, extensive knowledge of project planning and delivery, and preferably minimum of 10 years of experience. DUTIES Lead a team of engineers in the planning, design and executions of projects Produce financial reports and forecasts Manage project timelines, budgets, and resources to ensure project delivery Mentor, train, and develop junior team members Provide technical advice and solutions to clients, team, and stakeholders Conduct geotechnical assessments, feasibility studies, and risk assessments SKILLS & EXPERIENCE Bachelor's degree in Geotechnical or Civil Engineering. Leadership qualities, with the ability to inspire and mentor junior engineers. Strong work ethic and ability to work autonomously and in a team environment Excellent verbal and written communication skills for team and client liaising Proven experience conducting geotechnical investigations and writing reports Working knowledge of Quality & OH&S Management systems to meet the relevant regulatory requirements CULTURE Due to the company's energetic, fun, and collaborative culture, the business has high employee retention. This has allowed for organic growth across multiple sectors and rewarded with excellent opportunities to develop and internal promotions. The Directors believe in rewarding their employees on a regular basis through various company events, days off, and incentives. BENEFITS Generous parental leave entitlements Flexible working arrangements such as wfh Competitive renumeration and employee benefits Career progression and industry training programs. HOW TO APPLY Click 'Apply for this job' , or please contact Tammy Nguyen on 0414 062 772 / tnguyenivorygroup.com.au for a confidential discussion. • Thu, 16 MayIvory Group
Environmental Advisor » Sydney, Sydney Region - ConsultANZ is seeking an Environmental Advisor to work on a major project for a top-tier client in NSW. ConsultANZ is seeking an Environmental Advisor to work on a major project for a top-tier client in NSW. $130k - $170k super car (negotiable depending on the level of experience) Bringelly, NSW Permanent Full-time Main Duties Your responsibilities include, but is not limited to: Assessing surrounding environments and reporting findings. Managing noise constraints, dust control, silt control for projects. Understanding and implementing risk management systems. Conducting environmental audits to assess compliance with environmental policies and regulations. Developing and implementing environmental sustainability strategies and action plans. Using data to track progress towards environmental goals and targets. Lead a team of Environmental Officers. Requirements The successful candidate will bring into the role: Tertiary-qualified in a relevant field is ideal. Minimum 5 years relevant experience in environmental engineering or similar, and ideally has worked on water-based project. Be a strong team player within the Environmental Management Team. Have an in-depth knowledge of environmental laws, regulations, and standards. Have excellent communication skills to effectively form relationships with clients, stakeholders, and internal colleagues. Strong analytical skills with the ability to interpret complex environmental data. Experience with environmental auditing and compliance assessments. Proficiency in environmental management software and data analysis tools. Benefits Attractive salary package of $130k - $170k super car (negotiable depending on the level of experience). Long-term project with job security. Enjoy a wide variety of infrastructure work. APPLY NOW if interested or email claire.yangconsultanz.com.au to hear more about this opportunity. REFER A FRIEND: Was this position not right for you? Do you know someone suitable? Refer a friend today, and if successful, receive a $500 reward • Thu, 16 MayConsultANZ
Civil Engineer » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Global engineering consultancy require an ambitious Senior/Principal Civil Engineer to join their high performing team. It's time for you to create a strong profile in the Civil Engineering industry and drive your career and earnings forward. With this fantastic opportunity you will be able to come out of the shadows in your current role and flourish in a position where your opinions and commercial acumen are valued. With a focus on staff development they encourage their employees to liaise with clients and have autonomy on projects thus broadening their engineering experience. It's in their Sydney office where they have a demand for an Associate Civil Engineer. The role: • Project diversity on a number of NSWs leading urban development projects. • A supportive environment where open discussion and knowledge sharing is encouraged. • Raise your industry profile by being exposed to major clients. • Work on complex projects and provide innovative engineering solutions. You will have: • At least 8 years consulting experience in NSW working on Australian design codes. • DRAINS & MUSIC experience • Technical expertise in drainage, stormwater & flooding • A tertiary qualification in Civil/Environmental Engineering. • The drive and passion to succeed. • Strong communication skills and team mentoring ability. Senior Civil Engineers who are looking to step up into a Principal/Associate position are encouraged to apply. For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity please contact Azri Azlan on 0470 215 799 alternatively, please e-mail your application to azri.azlancgcrecruitment.com • Thu, 16 MayCGC Recruitment
Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Sites) » Perth, WA - What if you could work on one of the biggest environmental projects of our time? With us, you can. As we're seeing... Environmental Scientist / Engineers. The roles will be primarily based in our Perth office with the option to work from home 2... • Thu, 16 MayWSP
Senior Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Site Remediation) » Brisbane, QLD - that minimise cost and liabilities to our clients while improving environmental conditions. We have a strong pipeline of long-term..., including environmental data gap assessment, portfolio assessment and advisory, risk assessment and mitigation, and remediation... • Thu, 16 MayWSP
Senior Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Site Remediation) » Sydney, NSW - while improving environmental conditions. We have a strong pipeline of long-term remediation projects in the downstream and upstream... Oil and Gas, transport, manufacturing and brownfield industrial sectors, including environmental data gap assessment... • Wed, 15 MayWSP
Senior Environmental Scientist / Engineer (Contaminated Site Remediation) » Adelaide, SA - while improving environmental conditions. We have a strong pipeline of long-term remediation projects in the downstream and upstream... Oil and Gas, transport, manufacturing and brownfield industrial sectors, including environmental data gap assessment... • Wed, 15 MayWSP
Environmental Officers - Cairns » Manoora, Cairns - Great opportunity for Environmental Officers / Consultants to join a Project Delivery Company and help us deliver QLD Road Projects. We are currently tendering for works in the Cairns region and are seeking expressions of interest from Environmental Officers / Consultants to support a range of Roadworks Programs to provide high level guidance of Environmental expertise to meet Government commitments. Mandatory Experience At least three years' experience on green or brownfield infrastructure construction projects utilising Environmental management processes, standards and responsibilities and at least 2 years of that, working directly or indirectly on TMR Roads Infrastructure Projects. (or other Australian Road Authorities) Liaise, consult and build effective relationships Deliver guidance on Environmental issues Provide planning, design & construction advice & services with relevant considerations Desktop and field data collection, collation and analysis. Prepare reports Plan, conduct and close out field audits as per relevant plans, standards and statutory obligations Preference will be given to someone with Road and transport infrastructure construction Project experience. Commitment to current professional standards: Ethical conduct, Equity and Diversity, Customer Service, Quality & Risk management and Workplace Health and Safety. Mandatory Qualifications / Licences A Degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Management, Natural Resource Management, or other equivalent qualifications from a recognised tertiary institution. Have a current car driver's licence. Desirable affiliations. Membership of a related Professional body The roles are based in Cairns QLD. Preference will be given to people already living in Cairns or willing to relocate there, or alternatively DIDO or FIFO may be considered. We will consider relocation support for candidates currently residing in Australia with Australian Road Infrastructure standards experience. Unfortunately, due to the role requiring mandatory Australian Road Authorities project experience, we are unable to consider international candidates. It is envisaged that the hours will be nominally 40 hrs p/week (5-day week, approximately 8 hrs p/day, however, this could vary pending project requirements. Civil Services Group is a specialist Civil Project Management and Delivery Company based in Queensland with a strong track record in delivering major projects. We are committed to mentoring and developing staff and providing high standards of HSE and EEO obligations. We are continually tendering for new projects throughout QLD and NSW and welcome expressions of interest from all people with Civil Construction Industry backgrounds and experience. We are accepting applications from candidates only, no agencies please. Note: you only have to apply for 1 CSG role to be considered for all our roles. • Tue, 14 MayCivil Services GROUP
Civil Drafter » The Rocks, Sydney - Join an industry leading & award winning consultancy that is employee owned with a clear path in career development that values work life Balance. The Company This is a a distinguished employee-owned engineering design consultancy, recognized for its expertise in a spectrum of disciplines, including civil engineering, traffic & transport engineering, surveying, town planning, urban design, water resource engineering, environmental engineering, and landscape architecture. Their robust presence extends across 13 offices in Victoria and New South Wales, housing a dedicated team of over 400 professionals committed to delivering impactful solutions The Role As a result of their growth they are looking for a Civil Drafter to join the team working across a range of Land development projects. There is also an opportunity for the right individual to be taught how to use the design package 12D, offering a natural transition into a trainee design role if they desire. The Responsibilities As a Civil Drafter, you will be Ensuring that your projects are delivered on-time They have the appropriate drafting resources allocated All associated budgets are met Liaise with all stakeholders and communicate effectively with them The Requirements They are looking for you to demonstrate: Experience of delivering an range of land development projects that includes staged subdivisions of all sizes Strong AutoCAD skills and experience Any design experience would be highly advantageous but not essential Australian experience is essential, with NSW experience being highly sought-after If you are looking to progress in your career and to be rewarded for your hard work, I encourage you to get in touch ASAP. For a confidential conversation, or to apply, please do so via this website or by contacting Oscar Sobb directly on 0414 151 892 / oscar.sobbbuildiingtalent.com.au Please also visit our website for a selection of roles that we're currently seeking talented individuals for: www.buildingtalentrecruitment.com.au • Sun, 12 MayBuilding Talent Recruitment
GHD Graduate Program 2025 - Graduate Civil/Environmental Engineer - Water Infrastructure » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - At GHD, we don't just believe in the power of commitment, we live and breathe it every day. If you want to start a career with impact, whether solving everyday problems through to tackling some of the great challenges our clients and communities face, you'll find that here. That's why we pledge to empower all our people to make a positive impact and ensure you're provided the necessary training and experiences to make those aspirations a reality. We know community impact is important to our staff. Our GHD in the Community program partners with not-for-profit organisations to provide opportunities to work on pro-bono projects, volunteering and fundraising for philanthropic and humanitarian causes. As a business we also funnel some of our profits into the GHD Foundation, a registered charity that works to address disadvantage and inequality in children accessing STEAM education in our countries of operation. What does being a Graduate mean for you? Outside of the technical development you'll gain working within your team, you'll also join GHD's two-year Graduate Development Program. The Graduate Program will connect you peers across Australia, New Zealand, the broader Asia Pacific region and the Middle East. We offer optional rotations in the second year of your program to help explore your career pathway, a structured approach to promotions and salary reviews over your first two years and a culture that is friendly, inclusive and not built on hierarchy. Want to know more about life as a Consultant in GHD? GHD, in partnership with The Forage, a global provider of job simulations, have developed a self-paced Virtual Internship where you'll start to explore what a career in our Engineering teams looks like. You'll hear from one of the Leaders in our Rail team who'll outline some of the topics we cover, as well as talking you through a bit more of what we do in GHD. The Virtual Internship should only take you 3-4 hours to complete We're not asking you to undertake complex calculations, but rather understand some of the challenge we work with on a day to day basis. To learn more, access our Virtual Engineering Internship here. Who are we looking for? Water is fundamental to the vitality of our planet. As the frequency and intensity of floods, droughts and storms increases, the water industry must continue to build resiliency and lead. Together with our clients, we are creating alternative and innovative approaches to help pre-empt and prepare for the future. Be a part of this dynamic and committed team of diverse water specialists and drive change for your community. Our South Queensland Business is currently looking for a hard-working and passionate Graduate Civil or Environmental Engineer to join our growing Water Infrastructure team. The team combines civil, mechanical and process principles to solve problems in the water sector. They are involved in a range of projects including water and wastewater treatment, reticulation, pipeline and pump station design, and linear infrastructure. The team is engaged with these projects throughout different project phases including options studies, feasibility assessments, concept design and detailed design. You will play a pivotal role leading the successful technical delivery of water infrastructure projects for our clients, supported by our team of passionate engineers, planners, designers and technical specialists. What will you do in the role? Assist with the development of proposals and technical documents (reports and designs) related to a range of water infrastructure projects (including water and wastewater treatment, reticulation, pump stations and reservoirs) Work closely with a range of engineers and designers on the production of deliverables. Work across South Queensland projects and collaborate with other GHD offices accordingly. You will be expected to work across a range of disciplines including transport planning, drainage, pavements, geotech, construction management etc. to ensure integration and completeness of design production. Assist with the management of projects through program, quality and financial tools. Engage with the broader industry through organisations such as Engineers Australia. Be actively working toward RPEQ registration. We're looking for individuals who: Have recently graduated or will graduate at the end of 2024 with a degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering. Are passionate about the consulting industry. Have strong teamwork and communication skills. Have a strong desire to learn and take on challenges. Any prior experience in an engineering environment will be highly regarded. What does the rest of GHD's process look like? Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by one of our Talent Acquisition team members who manage each of our regions. From there, the rest of our recruitment process includes: A Video Interview, where you'll get the chance to introduce yourself and make another positive impression on both our TA team and hiring managers. Formal interviews, either in person or via MS Teams. Prior to our interview we'll also ask you to go through some online testing through one of our providers, Saville. An offer, where we'll go through your salary package and the start date for our program, as well as flagging our background checking process. In our application process, we want to be as inclusive as possible to ensure everyone has an equitable chance of proceeding through. If you identify as someone who is neurodiverse, or who has a disability and may require changes to any of the processes outlined above, please respond to the question at the start of our process and we'll be in touch where appropriate. How do you apply? Select the "Apply" button Please allow up to 10 minutes to complete the questions. Upload a copy of your updated cover letter, CV and academic transcript/s. If you're successful through our recruitment process, your full-time position will start in February 2025. Interested? Apply now. LI-SM2 • Sat, 11 MayGHD
Senior Associate Civil Engineer » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Join WSP in Adelaide, South Australia, and be a part of a global leader in engineering professional services. Embrace your role as a Changemaker, working alongside intelligent and collaborative professionals. Leave a lasting impact on iconic projects that promote future-ready outcomes for both clients and communities. What you'll do: As a Senior Associate Civil Engineer in our Adelaide office, you'll assume a crucial leadership role. Enhance your skills and contribute to the esteemed reputation of our Geo-environmental engineering team. You'll engage in significant projects across the civil, infrastructure, and mining sectors, focusing on managing subsurface environmental risks and developing solutions in geosynthetics, embankments, earthworks, and surface water management. Develop cutting-edge and sustainable engineering solutions as part of an industry-leading team. Lead complex geo-environmental engineering projects, covering urban infrastructure, waste management, and mining, including hazardous dams. Play a key role in crafting technical documentation for clients across various project phases. Forge and sustain client relationships to support project delivery and business growth. Manage technical project delivery, oversee risks, and uphold quality standards. Undertake project management with a focus on cultivating repeat business and achieving client-centric outcomes. Mentor and guide junior engineers, sharing project responsibilities. Assist in operational management, contributing to strategy development and execution. About you: Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental, or Geotechnical Engineering, supplemented by extensive experience. Proven design expertise in areas related to subsurface environmental risks, geosynthetics, embankments, earthworks, and surface water management. Exceptional communication and writing skills, adept in advising both technical and non-technical audiences. Strong leadership in project management and the ability to handle multidisciplinary projects. Highly motivated, innovative, and dedicated to technical excellence. Demonstrated skills in project ownership, decision-making, and mentoring. Why WSP in Adelaide: WSP is a top-tier global engineering consultancy with around 5,000 dedicated staff across 14 offices in Australia. We are technical specialists committed to delivering strategic and sustainable solutions, engineering projects designed to support societal growth for generations to come. Learn more at wsp.com/au. Our dynamic workplace culture underscores the value of our work environment. As a leader at WSP, influence our social and community efforts, collaborating with peers to make a significant impact. Enjoy mentoring emerging professionals and witnessing their career progression. We value our employees' health and wellbeing, offering flexible work arrangements, 12 months of parental leave, global mobility opportunities, options for additional purchased leave, and a competitive salary among other benefits, ensuring you thrive in your career. WSP is dedicated to fostering an inclusive and equitable workplace, celebrating Indigenous contributions, supporting the LGBTQI community, and encouraging all employees to fully embrace their identities at work. • Fri, 10 MayWSP
Civil Engineer » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Opportunity to work on interesting projects Flexible working culture with supportive working from home environment Join our growing industry leading Geo-Environmental Engineering team About us WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms, bringing together approximately 4,500 talented people across 14 offices in Australia. We are technical experts who design and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer Future ReadyTM projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes to come. wsp.com/au The Opportunity Due to the ongoing success of our industry-leading Geo-environmental Engineering team, we have a new exciting opportunity for a Geo-Environmental (Civil, Environmental, or Geotechnical) Engineer to join our team in our dynamic Adelaide office. You will be working across the civil, infrastructure and resource sectors, developing and delivering innovative engineered environmental solutions. What you will do Working within the Adelaide Geo-environmental Design team to help deliver of high profile, complex and challenging projects related to geo-environmental engineering, waste management, mining, hazardous dams, and other multidisciplinary engineering works throughout South Australia and interstate. Development of technical documents (reports, specifications, drawings) for key clients throughout various project execution phases (concept, pre-feasibility, feasibility, detailed design, construction, operation, and decommissioning). Contributing to the technical delivery of Geo-environmental projects, incorporating resource, financial management, risk management and quality management. Contributing to successful project completion of Geo-environmental projects by providing technical expertise and support to the team in accordance with project time and quality objectives. Providing technical direction and mentorship to junior staff. Coordination of contract management, including suppliers and sub-contractors. Preparing proposals and reports for clients with appropriate senior review, and geotechnical reports to a high standard. Maintaining client contact and customer liaison and identifying safety hazards and completing OH&S incident reporting. What we will love about you Bachelor's degree in Civil/Geotechnical/Environmental Engineering or equivalent. 4 years experience in a similar environment /role. Civil/Geotechnical engineering experience in related areas such as geosynthetics, embankments and earthworks, surface water management. Highly motivated, innovative and committed to technical excellence through project execution and the ability to integrate into multidisciplinary projects. Ability to integrate into projects built with a team of professionals. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent communication and influencing skills to enable delivery of client focused services to a diverse group of professionals. Some of the many benefits we offer our employees include: Flexible working hours and working from home Global mobility Parental leave & purchased additional annual leave Corporate employee discounts and offers Salary continuance insurance Wellness at work & social club Workplace giving /volunteering Employee reward & recognition program Professional and technical development opportunities Inspired by Diversity, Driven by Inclusion Discover a forward-thinking culture that incorporates some conventional yet non-negotiable qualities-like respect, integrity and trust. We welcome to the table all perspectives, strengths, skills, creeds and genders because we know that diverse ideas breed extraordinary results. We support a diverse and inclusive work environment as well as equal employment opportunities. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people of culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. With us, you can • Fri, 10 MayWSP
Environmental Engineer, Scientist or Hydrogeologist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Geosyntec Consultants is a world leader in developing innovative solutions and successfully applying them to solve land contamination problems. Our solutions, such as enhanced in-situ bioremediation, result in sustainable outcomes and effective project closure. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Environmental Engineer, Scientist or Hydrogeologist who wants to develop their remediation skills, progress their career and to contribute to the success and expansion of our Melbourne team. This is a full-time position. Geosyntec is an innovative, international engineering and consulting firm serving private and public-sector clients to address new ventures and complex problems involving our environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Our engineers, scientists, technical and project employees serve our clients from offices across the world. Ranked by ENR as one of the top environmental engineering design firms, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical leadership, broad experience, and exceptional client service. We invest in our people. Each employee is unique, and your career at Geosyntec will be too. We offer competitive pay and benefits, and well-being programs to support you and your family. To Learn More Visit: www.geosyntec.com.au Fieldwork including soil, soil vapour, surface water, and groundwater sampling, drilling and contractor oversight, and remediation treatment system operation and maintenance; Well installation, aquifer testing, and groundwater monitoring; Chemical data and contaminant fate & transport evaluation; Groundwater and soil remedy evaluation, cost estimation, design calculations, and implementation; Performing and reviewing engineering calculations; Data analysis, including preparing maps, tables, and figures; and Preparation of technical reports, letters, memoranda, plans, specifications, and proposals. Training: This position requires health and safety, first aid and other on-the-job training. We also offer professional development opportunities including in-house seminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our employees to build the technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants. Fieldwork: Up to 60% Collaboration and mentoring are cornerstones of Geosyntec’s culture. You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals, technical experts and Environmental Auditors who will help integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture as you advance to this next stage of your career. Based on your current level of experience, you may be asked to take on task-level or project management responsibilities. Geosyntec provides professional development opportunities including in-house seminars, webinars, and mentoring, that allow our professionals to build the technical and business skills necessary to become successful consultants. We encourage our professionals to continually develop their interests and skills. Advancement is based on an individual’s own performance and initiative. Bachelor's degree in geology or environmental, civil, or chemical engineering. (required) Advanced degree in geology or environmental, civil, or chemical engineering, or related field. (preferred) At least 2 to 5 years of direct environmental consulting experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. (required) Experience with multi-disciplinary project teams. Demonstrated success in teamwork. Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to succeed in a fast-paced consulting environment, handling multiple project assignments, meeting deadlines and budgets, and traveling to client facilities as needed. Prior research experience in contaminated media or remediation technology. (preferred) Knowledge of regulatory requirements related to contaminated land. (preferred) Experience with software such as MS Office, Sharepoint, ArcPro or QGIS, ProUCL, Tablogs, Esdat Valid Victorian driver’s license and satisfactory driving record for business travel. (required) WHO WE ARE At Geosyntec, we are dedicated to fostering an inclusive, equitable and diverse environment for all our employees, clients, partners, and the communities that we serve. We strive to promote a culture where every employee can bring their whole self to work, where mutual respect and understanding is the cornerstone of our values. We believe that an inclusive workplace enhances our performance and leads to positive outcomes. Geosyntec strives to hire and retain the best and brightest people in their fields. We look for exceptional interpersonal skills, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities, plus the passion for technical excellence and quality. We seek individuals with leadership potential, a commitment to lifelong learning and growth, and the desire to build a long and rewarding career with a growing firm. Geosyntec is a great place to build a career. If you're looking for an exciting place to work, a place with challenging and rewarding projects, and a place that has been nationally recognized for its employees' quality of life, technical expertise, and business success, then Geosyntec may be the place for you. You can learn more about careers and employment at Geosyntec by visiting geosyntec.com/careers Geosyntec offers excellent compensation packages commensurate with experience, along with a comprehensive employee benefits package. • Thu, 09 MayGeosyntec Consultants, Inc.

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