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civil project engineer in Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales
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AU$ 100,000 per year
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job description

**** Project Civil Engineers ****
We are currently looking for experienced project civil engineers. Our clients are highly regarded and reputable civil construction companies working civil infrastructure projects that include utilities, rail, roads and earthworks projects. With a clear growth strategy in place coupled with a range of projects in progress and in the pipeline, they are now looking to recruit a project civil engineer.
The duties and responsibilities for this project engineer role will include:
• Managing sub-contractors and co-ordinating works on site
• Ensuring safety and environmental compliance
• Working closely with the client
• Cost control and planning
• Co-ordinating design and construction
• Project procurement and maintaining supplier relationships
• Ensuring projects run to program and contracts administration
The requirements for this project engineer role include:
• Tertiary qualified in construction management, civil engineering or related discipline
• Need to have strong knowledge on rail, Sydney water, pavements and or roads
• Solid work experience within the construction industry with capacity to learn and develop further
• Need a minimum of 4 years’ experience working in engineering role within civil infrastructure
• Highly energetic self-starter looking for long term career progression
• Strong planning, organisational and negotiation skills required


If you believe that you have the right experience, background and knowledge to succeed in the role you will be rewarded with a fantastic salary package, the opportunity to work for one of Australia's leading contractors and be involved in a ground breaking project then please apply online. A detailed job description is available upon request by emailing Rachel Greenway at Rachel.greenway@randstad.com.au.


Project Engineer / utilities, rail, roads and earthworks projects
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