Biographies And qldjob Civil Engineer

26 Oct 2016

  • Location: Brisbane CBD & Inner Suburbs
  • Salary: Civil Engineer, RPEQ or CPEng, up to $130,000 * Work type: Full Time
  • Classification: Engineering Civil/Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer

B SERIES Group of Recruitment Consultancies – More jobs by this advertiser

Civil Engineer who has experience in project management
Brisbane CBD

  • Paying up to $130,000 salary

About the company:

  • Civil Engineer / Project Manager who will enjoy this role because it’s a secure role working across challenging projects. * Opportunity to work with an established business.
  • Gain exposure across large land development / subdivision projects.

About the role:

  • Civil Engineer / Project Manager will enjoy this role because of the challenging size and scope of the project. * Work with an experienced team to aid your successful delivery. * Support and guidance from managers and team members.
  • Manage the team and project delivery.

Civil Engineer / Project Manager with these specific skills:

  • 10+ years experience as a Civil Engineer
  • Strong project management experience on Land Development projects. * RPEQ or CPEng essential.
  • Strong experience on subdivision projects and design delivery.
  • Strong knowledge of stormwater drainage, roads, underground infrastructure and subdivisions.

As a Civil Engineer / Project Manager you will work with a successful, large organisation that have a strong team environment and large long-term projects in QLD and internationally.

If you’d like to know more about this Civil Engineer / Project Manager role you can call or email Anthony at

anthony@barclayrecruitment.com.au or 07 3211 1433.

Job reference AA3178

If this sounds interesting to you then apply now.

32102836

http://www.seek.com.au/Job/32102836

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