Civil Manager, Brisbane, Bayside Group

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220597
80 AU$
Civil Manager, Brisbane, Bayside Group
Australia, Queensland, Brisbane,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Civil manager
Min. Salary: 60.000

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Our client is a multi-Disciplinary Engineering Consulting firm with over 15 plus years of history delivering engineering projects in Brisbane and throughout Australia. They aim to provide an unrivalled opportunity for their staff to develop their careers in a flexible, supportive work environment that values work-life balance and diversity.

The Civil team is looking for a Civil Manager who will be responsible for delivering specialised advice and design in line with project requirements in their Brisbane office.

Key Responsibilities:
Manage Project schedules and budgets
Plan and coordinate complex engineering design assignments entailing technical specifications and detailed planning, recommending changes to specification or design engineering policy as appropriate
Discuss technical issues with customers, suppliers, and regulators
Be proactive and cooperative in a multi-disciplined project team environment.
Assist with project planning and recommend improvements in the design process
Committed to developing efficient and economical designs
Self-discipline and able to manage own daily work allocation as well as those assigned to support subgroup
Ability to lead teams and a commitment to mentoring and coaching of personnel.
Adept at conflict resolution
Overall, we are looking for:
Tertiary qualifications in Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) or similar
Member IEAust & RPEQ
Significant experience as Senior Civil Engineer / Civil Manager working across Civil Projects.
Balanced background in a range of sectors
Enhanced knowledge of the Engineering ISO, AS, ANSI, API etc. standard design codes
Civil Design software knowledge in Civil 3D and or 12D
Lead engineer / team leader qualities or experience desirable
Strong Communication Skills to deal directly with Internal Teams, Clients, Contractors, and Local Council Representatives.
Ability to prioritise workloads to meet deadlines
This is a great opportunity to join a reputable consultancy that takes pride in rewarding and developing their staff. Please send your resume in for a confidential discussion. Only suitable candidates will be contacted. Thank you.

To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Jo Rogers on 07 3221 6822.

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