Hawthorn Geddes has an opportunity for a Chartered Senior Geotechnical Engineer Manager.
- Be part of the bigger picture.
- Varied and interesting work.
- Be involved in a broad range of projects in challenging soils.
- Genuine commitment to Training & Mentoring – further your knowledge directly through training and mentoring to members of the team.
- Dynamic and fun work culture.
- Enjoy Northland’s lifestyle and family environment.
- Up to $120K, company vehicle, healthcare scheme, structured remuneration, funded training and CPD.
If you are a chartered engineer with 8 or more year’s geotechnical experience with fieldwork, we are looking for you.
Following the sudden death of one of the Directors, we are looking for a Chartered Senior Geotechnical Engineer with field work experience who will be principally based in our Whangarei office with potentially one day a week in our Warkworth office.
The ideal candidate will be preferably New Zealand trained and demonstrate an ability to lead a geotechnical design team.
The role will include working closely with our engineers of other disciplines and architects and supplying them with geotechnical engineering advice as well as liaising with contractors and external consultants with the aptitude to meet with prospective clients and secure new work. The ability to manage projects, including Client liaison and internal project cost control is also expected.
Hawthorn Geddes offer competitive salaries, staff healthcare scheme (which can be expanded to include spouse and dependants) and a friendly working environment. The business is managed by three active directors, each operating in their relevant fields of engineering and design with a ‘hands on’ approach to delivery. For the right candidate there will also be potential for future opportunities to become a Shareholder and Director of the company.
Whangarei, and wider Northland, provide fantastic lifestyle opportunities to individuals and families with ready access to a wide range of outdoor activities including diving, sailing and fishing.
Be part of a growing Northland economy, with the future potential of port relocation, rail corridor improvements and road link upgrades to Auckland.
Direct applications are preferred.