Bridge Engineer (Hamilton)
Beca
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
1d ago

Bridge Engineer - Hamilton The opportunity We’re looking for a skilled and passionate Bridge Engineer to join our Hamilton based bridging team, to work within a high performing team designing new structures and strengthening of existing structures.

You will work on projects regionally and nationally and will be able to grow and develop your career by working with some of the best engineers in New Zealand.

This is an excellent career opportunity with the benefits of being located within our beautiful regions. Beca has a network of regional offices throughout New Zealand that lead and support projects both locally and nationwide.

Being regionally based gives you the opportunity to have a great work life balance while continuing to grow and advance your career in a supportive and collaborative professional services organisation.

About you You’ll have exceptional communication skills and enjoy working within a tight knit team environment, but also ability to work collaboratively with the wider business.

You will have designed a couple of bridges / structures previously, and you will be a motivated designer and seek to enhance the delivery of projects with innovative concepts, and ways of working.

You will be aware of the full design delivery process from developing concept designs through to detailed designs and construction.

Ideally you will have had experience using parametric design tools, and keen to develop these skills further and lead this aspect on projects.

You will be motivated to achieve chartered engineer status within the next couple of years and we will support you in doing this.

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