Senior Environmental Coordinator | Civil | Northern Qld
South Townsville, QLD
Our client is a well-regarded civil contractor who have multiple civil infrastructure projects across Queensland. They typically deliver multi-million-dollar civil infrastructure projects and their work includes rail, road and civil defence works. They currently need a Senior Environmental Coordinator with the the drive to manage multiple large scale works for landmark civil infrastructure projects in Northern Queensland. With an unrivaled ability to deliver diverse civil infrastructure and a history of successful project delivery across the state, this contractor can ensure further career development on long-term works.
Working closely with the Project Managers, the Construction Manager and the Systems Manager you will be expected to be an Environmental champion for this renowned civil contractor. Liaising with Engineers and Supervisors, you will help ensure that best practice environmental systems are put in place as the business increases in size across the region. You will be rewarded with a top base salary and the chance to progress to an Environmental Manager position within the company. As you grow within the business, you will have the opportunity over time to build a team of people who report to you.
To be successful in this role you should have;
- ideally have a Bachelor’s in environmental engineering or equivalent
- have worked on major civil infrastructure projects
- an ability to form strong relationships with multifaceted site teams
- excellent communication skills
- strong client relationship skills
We are ideally looking for someone who has the drive and enthusiasm to work in a driven civil construction culture. With market high salary and the chance to work with some of the best civil professionals in the market, this could be the opportunity that you are looking for to further your career.
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