Geotechnical Engineer – Christchurch City Council

When you join the Christchurch City Council you’ll be getting involved first hand and working to shape the future of this city, our communities and environment. As well as working with awesome people within the organisation, you’ll find many opportunities to develop and progress your career with us. Christchurch City Council, where it’s possible to love what you do.

We are looking for an experienced Geotechnical Engineer or Engineering Geologist with a minimum of seven years’ experience in design and construction supervision. 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 for designers, applicants and internal processing staff.

This is a great opportunity to join a team of engineering professionals at a forward-thinking building control authority, where change and innovation are always embraced; where your own professional and personal development will be supported and where you will build excellent working relationships with applicants, industry professionals and colleagues in a large, engaged team.

Are you passionate about creating a better future? Find out what’s possible, apply today.

Additional recruitment information:

Salary: Will be discussed with successful applicant

To apply for this job, please go to our job site and enter the job code 22745NZGS or click here.

Applications close on Sunday, 28 March 2021.

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