First listed on: 17 August 2022

Permanent Full Time Opportunity
35-hour week 19-day 4-week cycle 
Salary from $89,687.52 p.a to $104,037.96 p.a plus superannuation


Located in the beautiful Southern Highlands of NSW, 1.5 hours south-west of Sydney, Wingecarribee Shire Council is working to create and nurture a vibrant & diverse community in harmony with the region's urban, agricultural & natural environments.

About the Role:
As the Construction Programming and Supervising Engineer, you will provide support to the Engineering Construction Coordinator - People and Resources and maintain the quality control over civil infrastructure renewal including pavement, drainage and traffic facility infrastructure, amongst others. With career growth opportunities you will play a key role in managing and delivering various types of technically challenging construction projects and programs across a rural and urban landscape. 

The Benefits:
•Opportunities for education, training and career pathways within WSC
•Corporate discounts for Gym and Pool Membership
•Dynamic team culture that is supportive, diverse and inclusive
•Positive flexible work-life balance and job security
•Be a part of a growing organisation with a culture focus on dignity and respect
•Reward & Recognition and Wellness programs

Essential Criteria: 
1.Degree qualifications in Civil Engineering and relevant experience in the construction and maintenance of roads and related facilities and stormwater drainage. Alternatively, a Civil Engineering diploma qualification or similar with extensive civil construction and maintenance experience will be highly regarded.
2.Experience in developing forward works programs, project management, contract management for civil works (including associated administration), community consultation, project scoping and quantity surveying including preparation of detailed estimates. 
3.Demonstrated experience in civil construction and maintenance relating to roads, bitumen sealing, unsealed roads, asphalt, traffic facilities and stormwater drainage including management of in-house resources and contractors.
4.Sound experience in the interpretation and application of Engineering plans and specifications and statutory requirements.
5.A demonstrated high level of computer literacy (word processing, spreadsheets, databases, asset management systems).
6.Ability to maintain a high quality and quantity of work output in an environment of change.
7.Demonstrated sound conflict resolution skills and the ability to negotiate successful outcomes.
8.Knowledge and experience in managing risk and managing workplace health and safety using safe systems of work in road construction and maintenance activities.
9.Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing environmental assessments and management plans and practical knowledge of Local Government Act, Roads Act, Protection of the Environment Operations Act (POEO Act) and Civil Liability Act. 
10.Current NSW Drivers Licence (Class C), White Card – Construction Induction

Desirable Criteria: 
1.Creative problem-solving skills to continually finds ways to overcome challenges and obstacles
2.Passionate about creating value through innovative solutions
3.Working with asbestos and industrial asbestos contaminated sites.

How to Apply:

Please upload your current resume, and responses to the essential criteria. 
Applicants not addressing the essential criteria may not be considered.  For further information about the role, please contact Greg Bray on (02) 4868 0888.
In accordance with Wingecarribee Shire Council’s COVID 19 Safety Plan, we encourage all employees to be COVID 19 vaccinated.   
Wingecarribee Shire Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer that provides an inclusive work environment and embraces the diverse talent of its people. We value people of all cultures, languages, capacities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and/or expressions. We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.  
Applications are to be received by 29th September 2022

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