Team Leader- Structural Engineer - Wellington
Our client is one of the industry leaders in New Zealand with the ability to call upon significant international resources within the sector. Due to an internal promotion an exciting opportunity has arisen for an accomplished Structural Design Engineer to join the team in the management capacity of Team Leader within the Wellington office.
On a day to day basis this role will continue to see you utilising your seismic design, finite element and dynamic analysis capabilities on a wide variety of local projects, while at the same time taking on the management responsibility for the Wellington Structural team and undertaking business development activities to ensure the continued forward work load that this highly effective unit produces.
Aside from your technical design expertise in order to be considered for this position you will need to have a minimum of 10 years experience gained within a consultancy environment post graduation, hold chartered status and have practical and proven capabilities in a senior management capacity gained through your current role.
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