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Civil Project Engineer-Water/M&E Experience

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Recruiter
Catalyst Recruitment Ltd.
Posted
11 July 2012
Closes
10 August 2012
Ref
CPEME
Location
Civil Engineer
Function
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£40,000 - £49,999

Further information

As a qualified civil engineer you will already have a good understanding of the industry and be able to turn your experience to most types of work. What specifically makes you stand out though is your experience of Mechanical Electrical disciplines associated specifically with the water and wastewater industry. New Zealandhas a significant amount of water and wastewater associated work to be done in the future, both rehabilitation work and new build. My client is a nationally recognised civil contractor working in this field at the moment and on the look out for individuals to join their established team. As a project engineer you will be at the coal face of the project working closely with key stakeholders to make the project a success. Your knowledge of pump stations and waste water treatment plants combined with your Mechanical and electrical experience will be invaluable. Larger projects will be assigned a Project Manager but small and medium projects will offer you the chance to step up into a leadership role. As well as the experience above other desirable attributes will include, A civil engineering degree or equivalent with an ME bias A minimum of 6 years relevant civil experience A can do attitude Excellent man management and relationship skills A good sense of humour Projects are ongoing throughout the country and so options are available to candidates with the recognised skills. Those successful applicants will receive an excellent salary and package in line with their experience and skills. To apply in confidence send a detailed CV to Phil Ponder noting specific experience and I will be in touch to discuss the roles in more detail. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT If you are considering a move toNew Zealand, it is important that you understand what such a move will involve. In fact the first question anyone will ask you at interview (recruiter or employer) will be #x2013; What research have you completed regarding your move to New Zealand? Therefore #x2013; to make your move a success, it is essential that you are as prepared as possible. Catalyst has prepared two tools to help you increase your chances of making a successful move. Our free reports are available to download from www.tinyurl.com/catalystbooklets and include: a 12 page QA booklet on moving to NZ a 60 page detailed report on the Christchurch Rebuild. If you decide to work through Catalyst #x2013; not only will you receive the necessary information via these booklets and regular newsletters to assist you move, but you will be automatically perceived by our clients as well prepared and your application will be taken more seriously.

Catalyst Recruitment Ltd.