Partner - Queensland Office

Brisbane City Council

Brisbane City Council has great career paths for qualified engineers with a desire to make a real contribution for the people of Brisbane.

Council engineers can work on diverse projects such as landmark infrastructure construction to projects that save the tiniest of creatures by designing possum-friendly wildlife ladders on roadways.

Engineers in Council take part in stakeholder relations and facilitate negotiation between elected representatives, commercial developers, environmental groups, the community and industry to get the best possible outcome.

The variety and scope of projects in Council is endless. We need environmental, civil and electrical engineers to deliver projects to and provide foresight on how the city should manage growth.

Council provides world-class engineering solutions to new issues or concerns, so that Brisbane continues to be one of the most liveable cities in the world.

You will enjoy new and exciting challenges, competitive pay and ongoing professional development while making a difference to Brisbane.

For more information please visit our website or phone us on 07 3403 4998.

You can also register your details in Council’s Talent Pool. Simply go to our website and click on ‘Join our Talent Pool’. By joining Council’s Talent Pool, we will keep your resume on file and consider you for any position that may become available in the future.

 

 

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Urban Utilities

One of the largest water utilities in Australia, Urban Utilities is responsible for delivering world-class drinking water, recycled water and sewerage services to more 1.5 million South East Queenslanders.

These services are delivered via a $5.8 billion infrastructure network, which includes almost 19,000 km of water and sewerage mains. Urban Utilities also operates the SAS Laboratory, which provides water sampling and analytical services to a range of industries.

Further, Urban Utilities manages Australia’s first Innovation Precinct, located onsite at its Luggage Point Sewage Treatment Plant. The Precinct houses over $20 million worth of collaborative research that focuses on process optimisation, resource recovery and carbon neutrality. This research has the potential to revolutionise the water industry as we currently know it, and demonstrates Urban Utilities’ commitment to delivering sustainable, affordable and reliable water and sewerage services for both current and future customers.

 

Urban Utilities