Stantec is a world leader in transportation. We have 16 offices across New Zealand with significant committed works for national and local clients in both the public and private sectors.
Our backlog of design works is strong and we need exceptional people to help us meet these challenges.
Due to great success in our Wellington office we have secured a number of large complex infrastructure projects and we need to add more depth to our team.
Our team continues to grow and we now require a Principal Geometric Design Engineer with exceptional current design skills who will provide support and technical leadership for a wide range of New Zealand and Asia Pacific projects.
In this role you will work alongside our Design Manager (based in Wellington) to lead the geometric design requirements for the project.
This is a challenging project and will present real opportunity for growth. In this role you will be supported by our most senior transportation people and will be a critical part of our high performing capital delivery team.
The role in a snapshot will encompass the following :
Along with a competitive salary we offer many other benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing is ongoing.
You’ll be BEng (Civil) qualified civil engineer, professionally accredited, with more than 15+ years’ experience in the consulting industry.
Ideally you’ll have design experience, preferably with 12D, in transport infrastructure projects including bridging and water and waste, working with multi-
disciplinary and remote teams ensuring the required quality standards are met.
How to apply
To discuss this opportunity further, please contact Margaret McMeel on +64 9 580 4502 or mobile +64 275 442 930.
Applications close on Friday 31 August 2018.
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