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  • Being a civil construction company, there are multitudes of opportunities to be a part of new and exciting roading structural or waters projects that are…
  • Everything from roads and bridges to energy, water and communication.
  • Work type: Permanent - Full-time.
  • Categories: Engineering (all disciplines), Graduate…
  • Everything from roads and bridges to energy, water and communication.
  • Work type: Permanent - Full-time.
  • Who are we looking for?
  • Use of Ramm and Ramm contractor.
  • You will have a proven background consisting of operational experience in the water or heavy industry environment and be a seasoned engineer with effective…
Peak Recruitment NZ
Auckland City, Auckland
  • Develop your expertise in urban water management.
  • Co-ordinate with other project team members and disciplines and share your knowledge and innovative ideas.
Tonkin + Taylor
Auckland City, Auckland
  • You'll be working on civil design projects and assisting in 2D design and 3D modelling.
  • From day one you'll be supported by a team of approachable colleagues…
Tonkin + Taylor
Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
  • You will enjoy the professional freedom and independence of running your own projects under the guidance of and with the support of some of the best ecologists…
Wellington Council
Wellington City, Wellington
  • We are seeking an experienced, passionate people leader to continue to develop and lead a team of five engineers and project specialists that support the…
Tonkin + Taylor
Newmarket, Auckland
  • Plan, organize, and lead project teams through project delivery.
  • In this role you will provide specialist expertise and design leadership for our engineers in…
Peak Recruitment NZ
New Zealand
  • Take a lead role in three waters (water, stormwater and wastewater) hydraulic modelling to understand the performance and guide the management of 3 waters…
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