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Senior Structural Engineer


Location: NTH ISLAND - Auckland
Salary: $131,000.00
Category: Engineering - Structural

Stand Out
They vary but are complex and challenging. This consultancy has repeat Structural business across Auckland and is heavily regarded as top of their game. Their name and culture are the stand outs and why engineers want to work here.

Successful employee-owned Structural consultancy is regularly recognised for both technical achievements and their status as an employer of choice.

Team
They have fine-tuned their staff to be the best on the market; and they reward their team highly as a result. They are leaders in their market, with impressive technical experience and problem solving skills.

They're strong, well trained generally, but a few 'greener' kids who will benefit from a bit of seasoned wisdom in general. Solid senior position, so liaising with clients, local government and other stakeholders will be part of managing projects. You will be able to step into this position confidently, handle the technical complexity whilst managing and mentoring a small team.

Opportunity
Run a small, niche Structural division with autonomy and the support of a successful and dynamic Director. You will have continual one-to-one mentoring sessions with the Managing Director, who will provide you with feedback for technical and personal development, pushing you to the top of your game.

Continue to help produce the results that have given this consultancy its outstanding reputation for the last two decades.

Why here?
The drawcards to join this thriving office could include: broader involvement with clients (building up your own base of clients); deeper involvement with projects (management of the whole life cycle, not just pieces); being a part of a company where the culture does actually stand out – promotions are based on achievement instead of years' of experience, and rewards are delivered through personal and team based engagement.

Great social scene, the Directors embrace the need to 'let off steam', and celebrate achievements.  

For more positons contact Pieter DeBruyn