Opportunity to kick start your career, Flexible to suit study requirements, National, growing construction services provider.
About the Business
McMahon Services is one of Australia's largest privately owned construction, industrial and environmental services organisations. As a national business, we operate from city centres through to remote locations, and employ over 700 people Australia-wide.
Our people are central to what we do. Our work environment is positive, collaborative and open, and we operate as a team. We are firmly committed to looking after our staff, from safety in the workplace through to professional development, ongoing training and equal opportunities.
About the Role
We are seeking a hands-on Graduate Environmental Scientist / Engineer, to join our Townsville team. You will work on demolition, environmental remediation and hazardous waste removal projects ranging from small-scale inner-city developments to large complex site remediation projects.
This role would ideally suit a Graduate Environmental Scientist or Engineer (or soon to be graduate, in their last year of study), willing to learn from the ground up to achieve long term career advancement.
Working closely with the project team in order to ensure compliance with Client and McMahon Services' processes
Liaise with relevant stakeholders including site visits to give technical advice and ensure projects run in accordance with relevant legislation
Providing support to meet project budget and time requirements
Organising and coordinating suppliers and contractors
Operational administrative duties including the use of Pronto software for cost tracking
Assisting with the compiling of tender submissions including writing methodologies and obtaining quotes.
Skills and Qualifications
Tertiary graduate or currently undertaking a degree in environmental engineering/science or equivalent
Proficient abilities in Microsoft Office is essential
Excellent organisational skills and ability to cope with urgency, efficiency, assign work priorities and work in a high-pressure environment
Ability to grasp new concepts very quickly, be adaptable and flexible
Work in a wide range of environments from metropolitan sites to remote outback communities
Sound understanding of scientific principles and relevant technologies
Problem solving and innovation as an individual and as part of a team
Ability to follow directions, be a team player and a willingness to learn
Ability to travel both intra- and interstate as required
Valid manual drivers' licence
Training will be provided as required
Must have Rights to Work in Australia and pass a Police Check.
How to Apply
Applications close: 29th June 2020
As an employer who embraces equal opportunity and diversity, we encourage female, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. Please note, only successful applicants will be contacted.
22/06/2020$0Townsville & Northern QLD1 Construction
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