Work-life balance, career progression and job security - what more do you need? We have the resources, we have the potential - we just need you!
- Relocation package on offer
- Help ensure safe drinking water for our community
- Work with a dynamic, passionate team
Clutha combines a beautiful rural-provincial lifestyle with easy accessibility to city life, pristine beaches and coastline and outdoor recreation such as native bush, top-class fishing, ski fields and the scenic wonderland of The Catlins. With only 45 minutes to an International Airport, Clutha is a thriving yet affordable place to live.
We are the Clutha District Council and we need an outstanding individual to fill the role of Senior Asset Engineer for 3 Waters. In this role, you will be developing asset management strategies and plans, work programmes and budgets for our 3 waters infrastructure, working with your colleagues, contractors, and external stakeholders towards delivering effective and efficient 3 water infrastructure, ensuring safe drinking water, and enabling compliant operations.
Clutha District owns and operates one of New Zealand's largest water distribution systems with a total network of over 2500 km delivering water to 11 urban and 13 rural schemes. In this role, you will be a challenged to take the lead on creating plans and designs that are key to progressively upgrading/replacing and improving
our infrastructure and associated technology to better meet our customers' needs.
This role has fantastic opportunities for career development and progression, and offers a pay range from $88,500 to $104,000 per annum, dependent on relevant qualifications, experience and skills.
For confidential enquiries, please phone Gregory Borichevsky, Infrastructure Strategy Manager, DDI 64 3 419 0202.
It is exciting times at the Clutha District. If you want to be part of an innovative, dedicated and friendly organisation we would love to hear from you!
To apply for this job go to: http://cluthadc.recruitmenthub.co.nz/Vacancies & enter ref code: 4625338.
Applications close 29 April 2019