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February

Mechanical Project Engineer

TS Staffing group - Perth, WA

Engineering
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

ERProject Engineer (Mechanical) – Long Term Perth Based Contract


Our client is looking for a Project Engineer (Mechanical) to join their team.


They are an Engineering & Project Delivery Consultant to the mining, resource and industrial infrastructure sectors. Due to an increase in new project awards they are now looking for an experienced project engineer to assist across several projects.


This will be a long-term role within the company and will play a pivotal part in the business moving forward.


They have built up an impressive client list and a great reputation. You will be joining a company with lots of aspiration for growth that has a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.


If you feel joining a company on an upward trajectory and where you will get exposure to more senior level responsibility and working in an ambitious environment would be a good move, this could be a great role for you.



Focus of the Role:


The focus of the role will be to support the company across their project portfolio. This will mainly be brownfields projects for mining companies in WA. You will work on several projects at any one time and must be happy doing this on an ongoing basis. From time to time you may be assigned to larger projects on a full-time basis.



Ideally, we are looking for the following:


· Mechanical engineering degree


· 5+ years pos grad experience


· Experience with mining projects


· Brownfields project experience


· The ability to manager several projects at once


· Someone who is looking to become a part of the company and help with their plans for expansion (essentially helping out where needed and noy having a “that’s not my job” approach)