Jacobs has opened applications for various roles in its water sector in Brisbane, Queensland.
Renowned for excellence in technical consulting and project delivery expertise in the water industry, Jacobs is seeking a new Senior Water Resources Engineer, Senior Water Engineer (Civil), Principal Water Resources Engineer and Principle Process Engineer – Water.
Senior Water Resources Engineer
The successful applicant will report to the Section Lead – Water Resources and will be responsible for the delivery of water resources projects.
These projects will span transportation, water, mining, oil and gas, which are all areas where Jacobs has a significant existing and forward pipeline of work.
Essential skills and qualifications required for the role include a relevant engineering degree, RPEQ accreditation, intermediate to senior level experience in flood modelling and task management.
Senior Water Engineer (Civil)
Due to its wealth of upcoming projects, Jacobs is seeking to recruit an experienced civil water engineer who will report to the Section Lead – Water Engineering.
The Senior Water Engineer will be responsible for the design and project management of water and wastewater infrastructure projects as well as the supervision of graduate engineers.
A Bachelor’s degree in engineering is required – preferably civil – and a RPEQ is desirable but not essential; the applicant must have significant water and wastewater design management experience in excess of eight years.
Principal Process Engineer – Water
Also reporting to the Section Lead – Water Engineering will be the successful Principal Process Engineer, who will be a key member of Jacobs Water Engineering team.
The individual will be responsible for the delivering of water engineering design projects to meet client needs, enhance client relationships and build market share.
The successful applicant must have a degree in engineering with a preference for process or chemical engineering and significant experience working as a professional practitioner in water engineering.
Principal Water Resources Engineer
The successful Principal Water Resources Engineer will provide technical and commercial leadership for the team, principally in the surface water area and hydraulic modelling.
Reporting to the Section Lead – Water Resources, the role’s responsibilities will also include strategy development, team development in other regions and mentoring, goal setting and technical management.
A relevant engineering degree, RPEQ accreditation and significant experience in flood modelling for design of major infrastructure are essential qualifications to a candidate’s success.
The successful applicants for all listed jobs will be based in Brisbane, Queensland.
For more information visit the Jacobs website.
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