Mechanical Engineer - Water

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Remuneration: $ per annum

Location: Melbourne

Type: N/A

Posted: 23/10/2019


Do you see yourself as part of an energetic and successful team within a strong, forward-looking global company? KBR Melbourne delivers consulting services and Design & Construct projects in the water sector. This provides a very broad range of interesting opportunities and experience for our team. 

At KBR you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to world-class projects, work with industry leaders, be rewarded for excellence, innovation and teamwork, and further develop your career.

We have an exciting opportunity for a talented and dedicated Graduate Mechanical Engineer with up to two years’ experience in the Water Sector to join our high performing Water and Environment team.

We are currently working on a wide range of water and wastewater infrastructure projects including; large transfer pipelines, tanks, pump stations & sewage and water treatment plants and upgrades. You will have the opportunity to work across a variety of exciting projects with key industry clients, and be a part of our continued growth as a highly regarded service provider.


  • Undertake water related general mechanical engineering design tasks
  • Apply engineering principles in solving problems
  • Technical report and specification writing
  • Hydraulic analysis
  • Work with and direct drafting personnel in the preparation of technical drawings
  • Personal professional development and further learning
  • Assist in the development of proposals for technical services


  • Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering
  • Sound academic record
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team
  • Relevant engineering work experience will be well regarded  


KBR is committed to supporting the professional development of staff at every stage of their career through in-house training and structured career paths. KBR is a quality assured equal opportunity employer.

KBR promote flexible working arrangements including “AWW” - Alternate working week where additional hours worked are taken off in lieu on a scheduled Friday each month.

To Apply Please upload a copy of your CV and academic transcript. Please click the ‘Apply’ button to lodge your application.

Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40

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