To be considered for these roles, you will have led or delivered large-scale greenfield or brownfield oil & gas installations, have experience with existing irrigation schemes or water and sewerage utilities, have been involved in renewable energy, hydro or power generation schemes, de-watering and tailings dam projects or in the marine environment on coastal and sub-sea pump and pipeline construction projects.

Manager, Asset Management and Maintenance Planning

will be responsible for TI’s asset modernisation, preventative maintenance and reliability programs and will ensure alignment to TI’s asset performance and business priorities. Functions will include risk-based financial, technical and asset modelling analysis and the development and management of capital investment plans. The ideal candidate will come from a mechanical or civil discipline and have prior people leadership experience.

Manager, Electrical, Data & Control Systems

will demonstrate high level experience in a similar role involving electrical, data networks and control systems in a water, irrigation or waste water environment. This role plays a key function in the optimisation of TI’s state-wide electrical infrastructure to ensure consistent and uninterrupted water supply to their irrigators. An electrical engineer with knowledge of HV infrastructure networks would be advantageous.

Design Engineer (Civil or Mechanical)

is an office based position with a heavy emphasis on modelling and design utilising AutoDesk packages (Civil 3D). Prior experience in the design of pipelines, pumps, values, inlets, etc is mandatory for this position.

Working for TI will provide the successful individuals with the opportunity to be involved in the full engineering project from initiation to completion, with the ability to influence design and construction and to optimise asset performance outcomes.

For a confidential discussion or to request a copy of the position descriptions, please contact NICK PROKOPIEC at Searson Buck

• 0419 425 168