2020 was a tough year for everyone, that goes without saying. But I’m a “glass is half full” kind of guy and I see nothing but the positives from 2021 so far. Are you a Civil Engineer, Structural Engineer, Project Manager, Surveyor, Geotechnical engineer? Or another individual with the mind behind the world that we live in, the industry is booming with 5 Types of Engineering opportunities in New Zealand. Let me tell you why…
As a recruitment specialist for the Design and Build desk, I am constantly having conversations with companies across New Zealand. We’ve been discussing the recruitment gaps they are looking to fill. 2020 seems to have been the year to reevaluate the future list of projects, and boy has New Zealand been supplying some exciting projects for the industry.
I am actively recruiting for a number of Engineering positions across the country. Here are the top five at the moment…
Intermediate Structural Engineer, North/CBD Auckland
Progressive medium-sized companies across Auckland are looking to bring on experienced Structural Engineers to their teams for a mix of design and project management focused work. Work closer to home without sacrificing complex work and quality clientele.
Senior Civil Engineer, All of New Zealand
Whether you’ve obtained your CPEng status, or aspire to in the near future, there is a role for you out there across the country. You may want a change of scenery, team leader experience or you don’t feel as valued as you should be, I want to hear more about your experiences to ensure you a good employment fit.
Building Surveyor, Wellington
This boutique, long-standing consultancy are looking to bring someone on board they can mentor and develop. With a beautiful central location, encouraging leadership team, friendly family culture and a company reputation hard to beat. This is a fantastic place to learn and develop.
Senior Structural Engineer, All of New Zealand
Solid multidisciplinary consultancies are looking for their next “unicorn” to become a reliable figure in the team. They each offer regional work for the right person, offices in most of the country’s cities. Highly competitive packages and a long list of highly reputable projects from the past, present and the future.
Geotechnical Engineer, Auckland & Hamilton
Whether you’re at an intermediate or a senior level, the list goes on for Auckland and Hamilton-based opportunities. You’ll be offered a career progression plan, solid mentors and an opportunity to broaden your geotechnical experiences by getting stuck into a variety of different project types.
I have a range of roles available at various levels across New Zealand. If you are interested in hearing more about securing your dream role get in touch.