Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently seeking a Structural Engineer in order to grow its Perth Mining & Mineral group to meet the large demand in critical metals projects.
Wood is at the forefront of engineering solutions for a net zero future. A key component of decarbonising the world is the Mining and Minerals Industry which supplies the critical minerals required for this revolution. Wood is currently delivering critical metals projects (Battery and Magnet metals) all over the world, including Copper, Lithium, Vanadium, Rare Earths, and Base Metals projects.
We can offer you a career in the ever-expanding battery and magnet metals industry driving the decarbonisation of the globe. Working in our newly fitted offices in the Perth CBD, we have an onsite gym with five-star end of trip facilities.
Working on a number of upcoming projects, this integral role will undertake the following duties: Establishes detailed designs and performance specifications to fulfill the requirements of assigned general specifications for components, systems, processes, etc Plans and carries out successive steps and handles problems with general guidance from instructions, policies and precedents Responsible for meeting discipline cost and schedule requirements in production of deliverables, coordinates own work schedule, and prepares progress reports Recommends changes in plans and estimated cost when necessary Develops a range of engineering deliverables, including specifications, calculations, reports, technical requisitions and others Interprets specifications and investigates difficulties Reviews vendor documents Active participation in design reviews Conducts problem solving in the area of expertise: problems involve new concepts and new and varied problems to be solved that demand technical expertise, investigation and interpretation Develops alternative solutions, identifies risks and benefits Develops solutions to non-recurring problems by appraising, interpreting and evaluating various precedents and data. Exercises professional judgement in selecting and interpreting information and modifying standard methods and procedures In consultancy business areas, may deliver small-scale projects with responsibility for cost, schedule, resource allocation and risk, while working within an established program management plan Provide technical input and support to proposals as required
Skills / Qualifications
What will set you apart is your previous experience within an engineering company having worked on mining projects, with an excellent handling on base metals, minerals, and/or mineral processing projects in Australia. You will have a minimum of five years of experience and will consider Structural Engineers or Senior Structural Engineers. You will also have: A tertiary degree from a recognised institute Ability to supervise, manage, motivate and mentor technical professionals Recognised as a technical expert with ability to develop and mentor more junior staff Ability to execute and oversee project scope, budget and schedule Consistently demonstrates creativity and innovation in finding solutions and alternatives to address complex client requirements Effective communication and interpersonal skills for inter-departamental and external company interactions Ability to diagnose and resolve significant and unusual problems and generate substantial improvements to practices and procedures Agile, with ability to adapt and troublesheet solutions Ability to broadly interpret principles, theories, and concepts of an engineering specialty High level of awareness and commitment to safety in all aspects of daily work Strong organizational skills and attention to detail Highly motivated and demonstrates personal initiative Possesses integrity, strong work ethic, positive attitude, and is dependable Adaptable and flexible to the changing needs of projects
Please note, only applicants holding valid working rights in Australia will be considered.
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