Work Group Manager – Utilites and Environmental, New Plymouth

Close Date: February 23, 2020

Country: New Zealand

Region: New Plymouth

Sector: North-West

Job Description PDF:

WSP is a collaborative team of global experts who aspire every day to shape a better tomorrow.

With more than 49,000 people working in over 550 offices across 40 countries, we are one of the world’s leading engineering consultancy firms.

We value our people, our reputation, and our impact on the future. At WSP our role is to plan, design, manage and engineer our communities to thrive. We want our work to bring long-term improvements and to future proof our cities and environments.

The Role:

Needed is a Work Group Manager Utilities and Environmental to join our successful New Plymouth office. The successful candidate will provide leadership to the Taranaki Utilities and Environmental team by the delivery of high-quality projects.  
You will also support the Taranaki Business Manager in delivery of business plan and wider strategic goals and assist with the technical development of 3-Waters Engineers within the team. 

Skills and Experience:

•           A tertiary qualification in civil engineering or equivalent with appropriate training and experience.
•           Chartered Professional Engineering (CPEng) status or equivalent 
•           Current full clean Drivers Licence
•           Minimum of 10 years of professional experience as a civil/environmental professional, with a key focus on the three waters environment.

How to Apply:

If this sounds like you, we want you to be part of what makes us great. Are you ready to be part of WSP? 

For further information, please view the position description. To apply, just follow the link and apply online.

WSP recognises and values the range of characteristics that make people unique, and do this in an environment that celebrates individual and collective achievement. We believe embracing diversity and inclusion delivers positive experiences for people and clients.

He aha te mea nui o te ao. He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata.
What is the most important thing in the world? It is people, it is people, it is people.