Principal Process Engineer - Water, Auckland, Mott Macdonald

Published 2022-06-23
Expires 2022-07-23
ID #1056965492
Principal Process Engineer - Water, Auckland, Mott Macdonald
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published June 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Principal process engineer - water

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As part of our commitment to developing and servicing our key clients across New Zealand, we are looking for a Principal Process Engineer to provide technical leadership for the team of process engineers and wider water team, with primary focus on water treatment process design projects in both the municipal and industrial sectors.
Using your process engineering skills, you will be responsible for feasibility, concept, preliminary and detailed design stages of project development, for securing profitable work and for the successful delivery of projects. You will be working independently while also leading teams within a collaborative environment and interacting with a range of staff and clients.
Key Duties:
Water treatment plant design
Process simulation modelling
Treatment plant costing evaluation
Development of monitoring plans, and water quality sampling and analysis
Development of pilot trials and laboratory test procedures for innovative technologies and technical solutions
Development of water safety plans and assisting clients to deliver these
Develop and maintain key client relationships
Broad capability in a range of water sector process engineering skills

Candidate Specification

About you:
Minimum 8 to 10 years’ experience in the water sector
Chartered engineer (preferred)
Experience in a range of water sector process engineering skills
Ability to manage/direct process design projects to achieve business objectives of quality, time and cost
Ability to communicate/liaise effectively and professionally with all levels of staff, clients and contractors
Excellent time management skills, setting priorities, planning, and organising
This is a great opportunity to grow your skills while working with the best in the business.
In turn you’ll be working on significant projects that shape the communities in which we live. You will build connections with our local and international experts and bring this knowledge to our clients and to their projects. We adopt a pioneering mindset to meet our challenges head on.
There’s no time like the present to make a change.

Job Profile

Mott MacDonald NZ is a dynamic and innovative engineering, management and development consultancy working with high profile clients across New Zealand. We are wholly independent, employee owned company with strong local leadership and autonomy.
Our successes over the past years has seen us take significant roles on a range of NZ landmark and country shaping projects including:
Lake Onslow NZ Battery project
Canterbury Multi Use Arena
Auckland Airport’s new Domestic Terminal
Auckland City Rail Link
Rosedale WWTP expansion
Seascape Residential Tower, Auckland (tallest occupied tower under construction)
Milldale and Drury South development projects
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