Tunnelling Site Engineer

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Job Type
Maximum Term < 12 Months, Permanent Full-time
Aus - Sydney
Engineering - All Other
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The Project

The CPB Contractors, Ghella & UGL joint venture has been successful in securing the contract to deliver the $3.1bn M6 Stage 1 project.  The project will deliver the missing link from Sydney’s south to the wider Sydney motorway network making journeys easier, faster and safer. It will remove more than 2,000 trucks a day from surface roads and help return local streets to local communities.

With works commenced in early 2022, the M6 Stage 1 project scope includes the construction of twin four-kilometre tunnels and associated works, linking the M8 Motorway at Arncliffe to President Avenue at Kogarah.

The Opportunity

The M6 Stage 1 Tunnelling team are seeking applications from experienced Tunnelling Site Engineers to join the team. Reporting to the Senior Project Engineer you will be responsible for coordinating on-site engineering functions and provide efficient support construction activities.

About You

  • Contributing to the procurement of subcontractors for the project works – writing scopes, liaising with subcontractor and supplier representatives, reviewing tender submissions, and assisting with preparing recommendations
  • Assisting with design reviews, with particular focus on constructability and practical application
  • Providing input to the project program
  • Analysis and review of previous project data to contribute to delivery strategies for M6
  • Contributing to the planning and execution of site establishment works for the tunnel sites
  • Coordinate material delivery, tracking and reporting
  • Undertaking safety review of site works
  • Undertaking quality inspections and review of works including ITC and ITP completion
  • Coordinating regular quality inspections with the client
  • Managing the verification of conformance for works under control
  • Tracking of daily progress, productivity and costs and reporting

The successful candidate will be required to hold a current Construction Industry Induction Card (White Card or equivalent) and undergo a medical assessment (including drug and alcohol testing) prior to commencement.

We value the unique perspectives and talents that our people bring to the construction industry and are committed to empowering and supporting their career growth. We support diversity in the workplace. Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with a multicultural background are strongly encouraged to apply.

We are also committed to optimising flexible work through our Ways of Working initiative. We encourage our people to work together with their teams to determine mutually beneficial ways of working.

Please note: This role is being sourced through CGU JV directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies.

How to apply

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