Manages small projects or tasks associated with major projects.
Performs work that typically involves conventional practice but may include complexities, such as conflicting requirements or expectations and unsuitability of conventional materials, requiring detailed consideration and coordination of input.
Work requires a broad knowledge of precedents in the specialty area and a good knowledge of principles and practices of related specialties.
Coordinates the development of deliverables.
Bachelor of Engineering with a geotechnical emphasis.
Master of Science Degree in Civil engineering with a geotechnical emphasis is favourable. Ability to develop and review designs, drawings, specifications, and technical memoranda.
Excellent interpersonal, coordination and teamwork skills.
Detailed knowledge of tunnel and shaft excavation, ground support and permanent lining construction methods would be considered advantageous.
Strong industry experience in ground structure interaction modelling (e.g., UDEC and FLAC).
General understanding of structural design (Concrete and Steel) for ground support, tunnel linings, retaining walls and shafts would be an advantage
Functional experience in development of 3D models using Rhinoceros 3D or similar software.
Strong communication and technical writing skills (fluent in English for both spoken and written).
Willing to travel within Australia and New Zealand for short term assignments
Professional Registration, License or other specialty certification.