Experienced Geotechnical Engineer – Christchurch City Council

At the Christchurch City Council, our work is the city that surrounds us. When you join our team, your work’s results and success are evident in every facet of city life. We work together every day to shape a community and create a city that we can be truly proud of. Take on a role at the Council, and take pride in making a difference to our great city every day.

We are looking for an experienced Geotechnical Engineer or Engineering Geologist with experience in design and construction supervision to join our team of engineering professionals. Knowledge of the geotechnical hazards affecting the greater Christchurch area would be ideal and New Zealand based experience is essential. Working knowledge of legislation relating to New Zealand building control is desirable, although further training will be provided.

Using your excellent communication and technical expertise, you will provide expert advice and guidance on the geotechnical aspects of building and resource consent applications to designers, applicants and internal processing staff.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a diverse team at a forward-thinking organisation, where your professional and personal development will be supported, where change and innovation are always embraced, and where you will build excellent working relationships with your colleagues, members of the public and industry professionals. We can also accommodate flexible work hours to fit in with your busy lifestyle.

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity in a supportive work environment? Are you passionate about creating a better Christchurch? Join our team of engineering professionals and help us deliver outstanding results to our citizens.

Additional recruitment information

  • Salary – will be discussed with the successful applicant

To apply for this job, please go to our job site https://www.cccjobs.co.nz/home and enter the job code 24410NZGS.

Applications close on Wednesday, 17 November 2021.

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