Does managing a diverse range of major infrastructure projects appeal to you? As a valued member of Toowoomba Regional Council’s professional engineering team you will enjoy an exciting career which reaps quality outcomes every day.
Responsible for a 10,000 kilometre road network, significant drainage networks and other transport infrastructure, council’s Infrastructure Services Group (ISG) plays a vital role in an organisation with total assets exceeding $3 billion, an annual budget of over $600 million and 1,758 dedicated staff.
At the end of the day you will have the time to appreciate the laid back lifestyle choices the Toowoomba region offers – inner city, suburban or rural living, superb cultural facilities, vibrant festivals and events, tertiary education, public and private schools and a full range of sporting and recreational venues.
The Principal Engineer – Transport is responsible for developing and undertaking the forward infrastructure planning and design programs for Council’s urban and regional transport and active transport networks; working closely with internal and external stakeholders (such as the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Council’s Planning Group, ISG’s Construction and Maintenance Branches and Project Management Branch, other Branches within Council and other sections within the T&DP Branch) to ensure the timely identification and delivery of key transport infrastructure outcomes together with transport asset renewal and upgrading projects, and to provide responses to internal and external customer enquiries.
Qualifications required are:
Benefits may include:
Salary: Level 8 - $81,504.35 - $91,983.45 gross per annum under the Queensland Local Government Officers’ Award - 1998 plus 17.5% annual leave loading and up to 12.4% superannuation and a leaseback motor vehicle.
To apply: The Position Description, Candidate Profile, Employee Benefits and How to Apply documents are available below listed under the Recruitment Kit.
Applications must include: Your resume and a covering letter outlining your qualifications, knowledge and skills as they relate to the Technical and Behavioural Criteria and the Organisational Cultural Fit in the Candidate Profile (maximum of 2 pages).
For further information on the position please contact Rod Betts on 07 4688 6729.
Closing date: 5:00pm Monday, 23 April 2012.
No referrals from Recruitment Agencies will be accepted.