Whatungarongaro te tangata toitū te whenua. If you are passionate about sustainable land use and infrastructure and want to see Regional Assets improved for current and future generations bring your Engineering and Contracts (NZS3910) nous to this great role! The primary purpose will be the day to day management of regional infrastructure projects. Additionally you will assist with the strategic direction on how the Asset Management Group delivers its capital program.
Key aims of the role include:
To be considered you will have:
As the Project Engineer Infrastructure you will support the Asset Management Group with project estimating and champion change to the performance of the project delivery is transparent and visible. Based in centrally located, open plan offices in a vibrant region with strong forecast growth and ongoing environmental challenges this is a role where you can really make a difference.
The Hawkes Bay Regional Council has engaged Rob Law Maxrecruitment to manage this vacancy. Please apply directly to Rob Law Maxrecruitment.
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