Assistant Development Engineer

(recent graduates are also encouraged to apply)We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced Assistant Development Engineer to join the Planning Services team.  You will be responsible for assisting with the provision of engineering advice, the assessment of engineering aspects of development, and inspecting civil works relevant to the assessment, determination and implementation of a broad range of development applications and approvals across the City.The successful applicant will have:A commitment to quality customer service.Problem solving and decision-making abilities and the ability to recommend workable solutions.Ability to work both as part of a team and autonomously on specific projects.A high standard of written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to listen, understand, research to provide advice to developers, consultants, members of the public and other work areas of Council.Experienced Engineer:We are seeking to recruit a qualified and experienced civil engineer who:has previously worked in development assessment for Local Government or has experience in preparing engineering designs for private sector land and property developments, including residential subdivisions, commercial and multiple unit development; orhas experience with and understanding of the requirements of road and stormwater design and construction.Graduate:This role presents an excellent opportunity for a recent civil engineering graduate to set their career on a solid footing while rapidly gaining experience in land and property development.Qualifications required:Experienced EngineerA Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering or a related field with 3 years’ experience.GraduateA Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering completed in the last 12 months or currently in the final year of study.Position Hours: Full-Time, 75 hours per fortnight – 9-day fortnight, with RDO.  To attract the right candidate the hours for this position are negotiable and requests for flexibility are welcomed.Salary range:Experienced Engineer: $97,581.03 to $109,825.31 plus superannuation.Graduate: $74,397.57 to $83,732.21 plus superannuation.For further information on this position, contact Trevor Boheim, Coordinator Planning Services on (03) 6216 6427.GCC Employee benefits:15% superannuation (OTE)9 day fortnight (RDO) with full time positionsGlenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021Free parkingCorporate Banking BenefitsCorporate discounts on gym membershipCorporate offers on Private Health InsuranceFlexible Working ArrangementsPaid parental leaveLearning & Development opportunitiesAnnual wage increasesMind Body Spirit Committee (Values, Health & Wellbeing, Social functions)Access to Employee Assistance Programme servicesHow to apply: Applications for this position must be lodged on this site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page.To be considered for this role, all applicants must:Address the key selection criteria in the Position DescriptionProvide a current ResumeUndergo a national police check, health assessment, and reference checks, organised by Council prior to employment.Applications close at 8pm on Sunday, 30 June 2024Position Description - Assistant Development Engineer AUD Glenorchy 7010

Assistant Development Engineer

(recent graduates are also encouraged to apply)

We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced Assistant Development Engineer to join the Planning Services team.  You will be responsible for assisting with the provision of engineering advice, the assessment of engineering aspects of development, and inspecting civil works relevant to the assessment, determination and implementation of a broad range of development applications and approvals across the City.

The successful applicant will have:

  • A commitment to quality customer service.
  • Problem solving and decision-making abilities and the ability to recommend workable solutions.
  • Ability to work both as part of a team and autonomously on specific projects.
  • A high standard of written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to listen, understand, research to provide advice to developers, consultants, members of the public and other work areas of Council.

Experienced Engineer:

We are seeking to recruit a qualified and experienced civil engineer who:

  • has previously worked in development assessment for Local Government or has experience in preparing engineering designs for private sector land and property developments, including residential subdivisions, commercial and multiple unit development; or
  • has experience with and understanding of the requirements of road and stormwater design and construction.

    Graduate:

    • This role presents an excellent opportunity for a recent civil engineering graduate to set their career on a solid footing while rapidly gaining experience in land and property development.

    Qualifications required:

    Experienced Engineer

    • A Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering or a related field with 3 years’ experience.

    Graduate

    • A Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering completed in the last 12 months or currently in the final year of study.

    Position Hours: Full-Time, 75 hours per fortnight – 9-day fortnight, with RDO.  To attract the right candidate the hours for this position are negotiable and requests for flexibility are welcomed.

    Salary range:

    Experienced Engineer: $97,581.03 to $109,825.31 plus superannuation.

    Graduate: $74,397.57 to $83,732.21 plus superannuation.

    For further information on this position, contact Trevor Boheim, Coordinator Planning Services on (03) 6216 6427.

    GCC Employee benefits:

    • 15% superannuation (OTE)
    • 9 day fortnight (RDO) with full time positions
    • Glenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021
    • Free parking
    • Corporate Banking Benefits
    • Corporate discounts on gym membership
    • Corporate offers on Private Health Insurance
    • Flexible Working Arrangements
    • Paid parental leave
    • Learning & Development opportunities
    • Annual wage increases
    • Mind Body Spirit Committee (Values, Health & Wellbeing, Social functions)
    • Access to Employee Assistance Programme services

    How to apply: Applications for this position must be lodged on this site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page.

    To be considered for this role, all applicants must:

    • Address the key selection criteria in the Position Description
    • Provide a current Resume
    • Undergo a national police check, health assessment, and reference checks, organised by Council prior to employment.

    Applications close at 8pm on Sunday, 30 June 2024