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EOI Project Engineer - Electrical.

EOI Project Engineer - Electrical

Job Title: EOI Project Engineer - Electrical
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Sydney
Salary: Highly competitive day rates
Reference: 3009403
Contact Name: George Hvid
Contact Email:
Job Published: December 04, 2019 10:46

Job Description

EOI Project Engineer – HV Electrical

NSW infrastructure spend is at the highest level ever ($41bn) and once internal restructures are defined, there will be a huge requirement for skilled contract staff with rail power experience.

A large proportion of money will be spent on power upgrades to help cope with the increase in rail traffic, as well as power for brand new rail networks such as the Sydney Metro.

I am interested in speaking with rail power experts in advance of a massive recruitment drive in 2020.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Deliver electrical power projects to clearly defined technical, scope, quality, time and cost constraints.
  • To organise and carry out electrical engineering activities to ensure work activities are planned and arranged in advance of their target date
  • To ensure the technical electrical matters associated with the project works are compliant with technical specifications, applicable legislation, approvals and standards
  • To provide technical support to the projectteam
  • Authorising engagement of subcontractors, management of subcontractor work and all major subcontractor variations
  • Ensuring that stakeholders are actively engaged and that beneficial relationships between the project and client, subcontractors and community are developed and maintained
  • Establishing and developing a high-performance team to ensure the project achieves targets
  • Ensuring strong contract, commercial and financial risk management, accurate forecasting of costs and revenue and taking corrective action as required
  • Ensuring HSE requirements and risk controls are considered in all construction planning and processes

  • Demonstrated electrical engineering experience in the rail sector
  • Demonstrated understanding of NSW based engineering requirements
  • Understanding of contemporary practices in construction methodology on multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects
  • Ability to engage and manage stakeholder consultation
  • People and performance management experience including industrial relations and unions
  • Contractual, legal, commercial, industrial relations and legislative compliance management
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively to drive positive outcomes with key stakeholders
  • Strong relationship building, influencing and negotiation skills
For a confidential discussion, please contact our government rail specialist George Hvid: / 0282 524 013 or 0427 933 873