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Water / Wastewater Planning Engineer

WSP GROUP - Southbank, VIC

Engineering
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

The successful candidate will join Company’s National Asset Management and Planning team offering a variety of opportunities, however, our immediate need is for someone who is proficient in Infoworks ICM to be involved in some exciting new projects.

We are looking for candidates with skills and experience in one or more of the following areas

Water and/or Wastewater planning
Hydraulic Organizationelling (water, wastewater, flood or stormwater)
Concept design and feasibility studies
Preparation of concise technical calculations, quality technical reports and engineering drawings
Ability to guide Safety in Design
Design or project management of small projects or discrete work packages
Support/Management of project communications, project integration and the costing of proposals

To be successful in the role you will have

Have a Bachelor of Civil or Environmental Engineering degree
Typically between 5 to 10 years’ experience
Have demonstrated experience in design and/or planning
Experience in water/ wastewater planning at either a master planning/ detailed planning level
Wastewater calibration experience is an advantage but not essential for the right candidate
Experience in the construction and manipulation of water and wastewater Organizationels, including the following platforms - SWMM, InfoWorks ICM, InfoWater, Water GEMS
An ability to effectively manage budgets, systems and various stakeholders to achieve an exceptional oCompanyome
Ability to work in a team environment and communicate effectively
Maintain knowledge and appropriate technical standards, legislation, codes of practice and Australian standards