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Business Development Director - Water, Melbourne, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Business Development Director - Water, Melbourne, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Business development director - water


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Our People & Places Solutions business - reinforces our drive to improve the lives of people everywhere and epitomizes the "why" of what we do - the tremendous positive impact and value our solutions bring to our communities and society as a whole. From facilities delivering life-saving therapies and ensuring clean water to enabling the connection of people through all modes of transportation and providing access to technology - we're integrating a multitude of these solution elements to build the smart environments of tomorrow. Start your Jacobs career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow and succeed - today and into tomorrow.

Your Impact:

As one of the world's most valuable resources, our team is solving some of the world's most complex water issues. Whether it's treating, distributing or storing water, decarbonising the water sector, managing our waterways or enabling a digital approach, Jacobs reaches across boundaries and collaborates to successfully deliver customised innovative solutions. We provide you the means and tools to work on a wide variety of interesting and challenging projects to grow your career and help protect this valuable resource.
Do you love working in water?
Do you want to help solve the challenges of our water industry?
Do you want to create a community legacy?
Do you love working with talented and motivated people?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then we have an exciting role where you can join a global solutions organisation where you can make a real difference.

Jacobs is hiring a Business Development Director - Water who will be responsible for driving growth within the ANZ water market across multiple services and disciplines across the region. At Jacobs, our water strategy is focused on partnering and collaborating with our clients and the broader water industry to develop and deliver water solutions that address the challenges of climate change, urbanisation and digitisation whilst ensuring we maintain customer affordability and improve liveability in the communities we serve.

Reporting to the ANZ Market Director - Water, the successful candidate will be expected to understand our client's strategy, challenges, and opportunities, and systematically explore, and innovate with relevant Solutions & Technology staff and Operational Leads to develop and deliver pragmatic water solutions. You will consider our capabilities globally and identify market trends to help pre-empt and lead client service needs into the future. You will be across the current and emerging trends in the water industry and be able to formulate and implement short- and long-term strategies to position Jacobs in the ANZ market. You will lead our client management activities and promote and maintain client relationships at all levels, including at an executive level. You will be a recognised water leader across the industry and able to lead an influence across the water industry
Here's What You'll Need:
Ideally 10+ years of relevant experience, including Consultancy, Sales and/or Operations.
A tertiary qualification in engineering/relevant field
Identifying and developing a talent pipeline to enable resource/ succession planning.
Managing and achieving a balance between resources, timelines, costs, and quality; and leading and engaging and retaining talent
Experience in Business Development and Client Relationships, marketing and strategic planning and preparation of high-quality offerings.
Leading people under adverse or challenging conditions
Experience working, managing, and influencing in a matrix organisation across different locations, cultures, functions, and business lines.
Jacobs. A world where you can.

From our inclusive employee networks, to our positive mental health champions - we're committed to driving a culture of caring where you can be you. Joining Jacobs not only connects you locally but globally - and together, our diverse perspectives and unique backgrounds power our collective strength. We collaborate and share! By supporting one another, we all succeed.

With safety and flexibility always top of mind, we've gone beyond traditional ways of working so you have the support, means and space to maximise your potential. You'll uncover flexible working arrangements, benefits and opportunities to do good too - from participating in our global giving and volunteering program, to exploring new and inventive ways to help our clients make the world a better place. No matter what drives you, you'll discover how you can cultivate, nurture and achieve your goals - all at a single global company.

We aim to embed inclusion and diversity in everything we do. We know that if we are inclusive, we're more connected, and if we are diverse, we're more creative. We accept people for who they are, regardless of age, disability, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, mental health, race, faith or belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, and whether you're pregnant or on family leave. This is reflected in our wide range of Global Employee Networks centred on inclusion and diversity - ACE, Careers, Enlace, Harambee, OneWorld, Prism, Vetnet, and Women's Network.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage candidates of diverse backgrounds to apply. First Nations peoples are strongly encouraged to apply. Jacobs aims to provide cultural safety at our interviews and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are invited to nominate for a cultural representative to participate on the interview panel, please let your recruiter know in your application.

Please note: If you are being represented by a recruitment agency you will not be considered, to be considered you will need to apply directly to Jacobs

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