Site Engineer




Site Engineer

Our client is a leader in the Engineering field and is super proud of its people and achievements. Their vision is to be the brand of choice and the company provides specialist expertise in Design, Manufacture, Installation, and Maintenance.

Our client offers career progression, on-going training, competitive salary, and variety of project work including:
• Infrastructure
• Plant & Process Equipment
• Scheduled shut down & maintenance work.

Our client is seeking a highly skilled and motivated Site Engineer to join their Engineering Services department. Reporting to the Engineering Services Manager, you will play a key role in driving the growth and success of our division, with a strong focus on delivering results safely.

This role will be based in Hamilton, Waikato and occasional weekend work may be required.

Health & Safety is of paramount importance and critical to the success of any project delivered by our client. Pre-employment drug testing will be conducted for successful candidates.

Please apply online now to discuss in more detail and to begin your journey!

About the Role

  • Set up and manage the Safety and Quality Plans, working with the Project Manager to meet client and PFS objectives.
  • Provide Engineering skills to assist the team in implementation of the works.
  • Providing timely information to ensure key stakeholders are engaged to meet client deadlines.
  • Procure materials and plan resources for maintenance and project works.
  • Manage all maintenance documentation including drawings and correspondence with client, suppliers, and subcontractors.
  • Act as direct point of contact with client and their advisors or team. Manage the interface between PFS and client on commercial, contractual, and technical issues.
  • Working with the Project Managers to forecast and achieve your budget, prepare monthly reports including forecast final costs.
  • Work with the Project Managers to exceed financial goals, quality expectations and deliver on time in a safe manner.
  • Ensure all works are carried out in accordance with PFS QA systems and processes.
  • Build a positive long-term working relationship with clients.
  • To carry out all accident and incident investigations, reporting as required.
  • About the Offer

  • Structural, Mechanical & Piping Engineering Services
  • $80,000 – $110,000 per year
  • Full time / Permanent role
  • 45 hours per week
  • New Zealand Accredited Employer
  • Great Company Culture, Support, and Professional Development
  • Company Vehicle, Phone & Laptop
  • About You

  • Problem solving ‘can do’ attitude.
  • A team focused self-starter.
  • At least 3 years’ experience in the engineering industry.
  • Trade or university qualification in Mechanical Engineering, not essential.
  • Competent in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Project.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Deadline orientated, without compromising H&S
  • Thrive on the challenge of a high-pressure environment.
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