Water Engineer

City of Launceston July 22, 2022
Launceston, TAS Full Time  

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The City of Launceston, an award winning Employer of Choice, is currently seeking to fill the following position:

Position Title:          Water Engineer
Position Number:     POS0951

This permanent, full time position is responsible for an exciting variety of tasks which relate to the management of drainage assets and flooding risk throughout the municipality.

We are looking for someone who demonstrates, through behaviour, an alignment and an understanding of our values and has the following qualifications, skills and experience:

  • Bachelor of Engineering, with a minimum of 5 years' relevant industry experience
  • Experience in the delivery of strategic plans and initiatives
  • Experience in the hydraulics industry and/or floodplain management
  • Knowledge of applicable hydraulic design standards, codes and Acts
  • Strong computing skills, particularly with stormwater modelling packages e.g. Infoworks,   ICM
  • Demonstrated ability to write technical reports

If you are interested, for further information and instructions on how to apply please go to the employment page of our website at www.launceston.tas.gov.au and download the Employment Information Pack for this position.

For further information, please contact Erica Deegan, Team Leader Water on 03 6323 3414.

To apply, please address your application to People and Culture clearly stating the position number and send to contactus@launceston.tas.gov.au

Your application should include a Cover Letter, your current Resume and a statement addressing the highlighted Selection Criteria outlined in the Position Description section of the Employment Information Pack. You must address the Selection Criteria to be eligible for interview.

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