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Senior Civil Engineer
HAYS, Melbourne Region, Victoria, Southern Melbourne
Hays Australia REM Senior Civil Engineer | Residential and Architectural Projects Your new company My client is looking for a mid to senior Civil Engineer who can draft their work and who has experience designing water drainage within Residential and Commercial Projects. This consultancy is known to work on Architectural and high-end Residential projects, the right candidate will have already had this type of experience. This consultancy has been around for 50 years, it is working on innovative and exciting projects and is needing the right individual to join the team and hit the ground running. Your new role Assist in the preparation of high quality, best practice, environmentally sensitive engineering concept plans, detailed design plans, documentation for Civil Engineering projects, including specifications, cost estimates and tender submissions. Work on multiple projects: Aged Care Facility Schools Shopping Centre Commercial Buildings Retail - Multi story Residential Multi story Basement What you'll need to succeed Bachelor of Civil Engineering or equivalent relevant experience Minimum of 5 to 7 years design experience in designing and documentation of Civil Demonstrated experience in the design of relevant projects including: Road & Drainage Design Bulk Earthwork Design Stormwater & Flood Analysis Pavement Design • Vehicle Turning Path Design Competent in the use of AutoCAD, 12D, Drains, Music 6, Hec-Ras, Circly 6, Vehicle Tracking, Microsoft Office, Australian Standards, AR&R, Austroads, ARQ, WSUD, Local Government Design Manuals Understanding of relevant Australian Standards, State and Local Government policies and guidelines. Problem solving and decision-making skills Knowledge and application of Civil engineering codes, construction standards, specs, procedures and construction techniques. Good time management skills. What you will get in return Bonuses on top of Salary Package Very competitive salary, no limits for the right person The place to be when it comes to career development Mentoring by the best, some seniors have 20 years experience within the company Long term and full-time opportunity Amazing office location close to Chapel Street and Toorak Road Chance to work on various projects, and all elements of the projects, from start to finish Opportunity to move up to a management position for the mist ambitious person Great team and office culture – weekly international food night, morning teas, sports nights What you need to do now If this is you, or you know somebody who could be the person we are looking for get in touch with me on 0481 545 905 or via email with an updated Resume to kimberley.patronhays.com.au LHS 297508 2504002 Hays Australia REM
Boilermaker
HAYS, Geelong Region, Victoria, Geelong
Hays Australia REM Boilermaker Position, Geelong Based Position, Full-Time Position, Immediate Start, Multiple Positions Your new company Hays Recruitment have partnered with one of Australia's providers of engineer solutions for manufacturing dairy, food and beverage and chemical industries across Australia. Due to an increase in business, they are seeking experienced Fabricators/Welders for sites in Geelong. What you'll need to succeed Must be a Trade Qualified Boilermaker MIG Welding/Fabricating experience Experience working with Heavy Steel and Structural Steel At least 3 years Post Trade workshop experience Ability to read and interpret drawings Other welding experience Tig, Arc or Plasma cutting will be highly advantageous Good work ethic and a high personal standard of conduct Current Australia Drivers Licence Current HRWL Certificate - Forklift Ability to successfully pass a Medical and Drug & Alcohol Testing Successfully complete AS1554.1 welding test Have basic fabrication tools What you'll get in return You will work with a company that prides itself on high standards throughout the industry, be part of a team and company that is continually growing, and is committed to providing a safe and injury free environment You will be a part of a successful company who recognises staff for their hard work and offers potential long term employment opportunities for high performing individuals What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'Apply Now' to submit an up-to-date copy of your CV via our portal. For further information on this role, or other similar roles in the Geelong region, please contact Rebecca Hillbrick via rebecca.hillbrickhays.com.au or 03 5226 8010. LHS 297508 2507971 Hays Australia REM
Software Engineer
Two Bridges, Croydon South, Maroondah Area, VIC
Who are we? Established over 10 years ago, Two Bridges design and engineer custom line-of-business software for our stable of clients, in industries ranging from education/training to food manufacturing and delivery. We make a genuine impact on our client’s business — for management who are planning and evaluating business performance, and the app users who rely on our tech to complete their daily tasks. We would love for you to join us in making a difference. What will you do? We have an exciting opportunity for a software developer to join our friendly and dynamic team on a permanent full-time basis. The role is predominantly project work, with a small component of maintenance and support. You’ll work directly with the Technical Director, and be a sounding board for other developers. There is potential for the role to grow with you as you gain experience — become a project lead, manage a client, have input in business direction — how far do you want to go? Your responsibilities will include: Participating in meetings with clients to articulate problems and identify opportunities Producing clean and efficient code to develop new products and update existing products Collaborating with and supporting other developers Liaising with UX/UI designers Appraising your own work and liaising with testers Fixing bugs, providing support and maintenance What do you need? The role suits an ambitious and self-motivated individual who can take ownership of their tasks. There is the potential for you to work across multiple clients, each of which have different needs and use different technology. This provides an excellent opportunity for you to keep your knowledge current and your skill set broad. We use JIRA, Confluence and Git to get the job done. An understanding of software development principles such as DRY, Separation of Concerns, Object-Oriented design and Continuous Delivery is preferable. To be successful, you will need to possess a degree in software development/software engineering or equivalent, and at least 5 years’ recent experience. An eagerness to learn and independently problem-solve, and unrestricted working rights in Australia, are a must. Essential knowledge and experience: Javascript, Typescript Angular HTML CSS SQL (MySQL or MSSQL) Desirable knowledge and experience: C# .NET Core Node Linux/docker Amazon Web Services Mobile app development PHP framework Where will you work? Our brand new office in Croydon South is wheelchair accessible and equipped with all the modern conveniences. We’ll give you a crash course on the coffee machine, but the latte art is up to you We are located close to shops and eateries, parking is available, and are easily accessible via major roads, bicycle paths/lanes and a bus route. If you live in the Eastern suburbs, work with us and avoid the long commute to the CBD. Do you need to discuss flexible hours or working from home? We’re all ears. Why join us? Competitive remuneration Supportive team environment Opportunities for professional development Flexible working arrangements can be accommodated Brand new office with modern facilities and equipment Having trouble standing out from the crowd in your current role? Every member of our close-knit team has highly valued experience and a unique perspective. We can’t wait to hear yours. Apply now.