First listed on: 09 May 2024

East Gippsland Water is an essential service provider committed to providing our customers with reliable and quality water services, and the long-term success of our region.

This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to make an important contribution to how we deliver long-term sustainable water and sewerage services planning for East Gippsland, and directly contribute to the success of our organisation.

About the role

The Senior Planning Engineer will lead the development, implementation and continuous improvement of growth planning for water and sewerage networks. This includes growth and demand forecasting, network hydraulic modelling and associated master planning.

This role is responsible for the development of network related projects into business cases ready to handover to capital delivery. This will ensure EGW meets its business objectives through providing network assets that meet the required level of service to customers now and in the future.

About you

We are looking for the right person for our team, who values a genuine work culture founded on collaboration, accountability, authenticity and innovation.

To succeed in this role, you will need a well-developed engineering knowledge of water and sewerage systems, and experience of hydraulic modelling principles and processes. We are looking for a team member with skills gained through at least 5 years relevant experience in infrastructure planning, asset management, or engineering design, and program or project management.

This role will require a high level of communication and engagement skills to enable you to liaise effectively with internal and external stakeholders to ensure network infrastructure planning is fit for purpose. Experience in the preparation of high-level business cases and reports on complex matters is highly desirable.

Apply now!

We invest heavily in the ongoing professional development of our people and a workplace culture that supports healthy work-life balance. We are committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage applications from experienced women & men, First Nations People, people with disabilities, LGBTQI+ folks, culturally & ethnically diverse and mature aged candidates to best represent and engage with the communities in which we live and work.

This full-time ongoing role is substantively based at our Bairnsdale Head Office, however flexible work conditions may be negotiated for the right candidate.

A full outline of duties and responsibilities can be found in the Position Description linked below, or for more information please contact our People & Culture team on 03 5150 4444 or via email at Applications should include a covering letter demonstrating how you can achieve the responsibilities of the role against the selection criteria outlined in the Position Description.

We welcome your application by Sunday 26th May 2024.

This role has been classified as per our Enterprise Agreement as a Band 4 position, with Total Remuneration Package (TRP) of $101,046 - $126,929 per annum (including 11% Superannuation) based on skills, experience and qualifications.

Should you require assistance with your application please contact our friendly People & Culture team.

Shortlisted applicants may be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and a National Police Check.


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