Civil Engineer

Cheal Consultants Ltd - Rotorua - Bay of Plenty

The Rotorua Lakes district is an exceptional location for water sports, walks, beautiful forests, golfing and some of the best fishing and mountain biking in NZ. With its central location you are only an hour from the beach and two hours from the ski field. Add this to affordable housing, good schooling and a friendly atmosphere and you have one of the best places in NZ to work as an Engineer - and that's without taking into account the unique ground on which the area stands and the opportunities this presents for your technical career.

Cheal is a multi-disciplinary consultancy offering EngineeringSurveying and Planning expertise to a national client base.  We have 6 branch offices throughout the central North Island and with over 79 years in business we know what it takes to provide exceptional outcomes to our clients.

We are seeking a Civil Engineer to join our Rotorua team.  This position is suited to someone who has at least 3-5 years' experience, preferably within a consultancy environment.  This is an opportunity for career development without the additional stress and expense associated with the bigger centres and is not to be missed!

We would like to hear from candidates who can display the following attributes:

  • Civil Engineering Degree
  • 3-5 years’ experience in the New Zealand Civil industry
  • Exposure to stormwater engineering a plus
  • Proficient in the use of 12D.
  • Project Management experience
  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills

The Cheal culture is one of teamwork and exceptional communication with a commitment to quality outcomes.  We provide a relaxed work environment with flexibility and a strong commitment to well-being.

Applicants must be New Zealand or equivalent (recognised by NZQA) qualified with the right to work in New Zealand.  Full, clean driving licence essential. 

Cheal is committed to Health and Safety and equal opportunities in the workplace. 

Job Description

Applications close 05 Jun 2019