Project Controls Engineer-Major Power Project-New Zealand

£31334.87 - £47002.30 per annum + package
04 Apr 2012
02 May 2012
Phil Ponder
Project Engineer
Job Type

Born of Kiwi ingenuity nearly 50 years ago this multi-disciplined engineering contractor specialises in major projects throughout the South Pacific. Areas of specialism include power, civil, marine and infrastructure and throughout they continue to attain a high level of professionalism and achievement making them leaders in their field.

They are currently working on the construction of a major power station in the central north island and are looking for a number of specialists to join the team. The search is for an experienced Project Controls Engineer to join as soon as possible. The successful candidate will work closely with the Project Controls Manager in the management of progress and cost activity of the project; where applicable this will include site commercial activities as well.

The ideal candidate will be able to work as part of a team but will have the ability to think through problems independently and come up with appropriate solutions. Your experience of construction projects, particularly those in the field of power, will be invaluable as you hit the ground running on a project already underway.

Other attributes possessed by the ideal candidate will include;

    • A degree or other relevant tertiary qualifications

    • A minimum of 5 years experience in a project controls role with a contractor

    • Good technical ability with Microsoft Office and other relevant software

    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills

    • A good sense of humour and a willingness to get stuck in

This is a key role and as such the successful candidate will receive an excellent salary as part of an overall package. Those with an eye on career will be encouraged by this contractors focus on development and training of its entire staff. Overseas candidates are encouraged to apply as the search is for the best person regardless of location. The hope is that interviews will get under way quickly and as such applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.