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Project Leader

Water Corporation

Location: Osborne Park

Job Type: Not Specified


    A workplace that advocates for a healthy work/life balance.

      Voted Best Place to Work 2023 in Mining, Agriculture and Utilities category

        $105,754 + Super

        When work/life balance trumps a long hard day of work!

        A fantastic two-year fixed term opportunity to put your project engineering skills and qualifications to use.

        Based at our Osborne Park office in the Treatment and Resource Recovery (TaRR) Project Services Team, you will be representing the needs and requirements of asset management and other stakeholders in the successful delivery of fit for purpose minor projects which meet operational, asset management, financial, environmental, and social requirements.

        You will focus on metro assets and managing the project and design of replacing these before they become faulty for operational needs.

        You will be at the forefront of assisting our operations to manage the systems efficiently and smoothly.

        Enjoy working in a close-knit proactive team of 13 who will be there to assist you through your new role. Your manager will support you too and understands the importance of a healthy work/life balance.Should you want to have a day working from home, not a problem.Prefer to work compacted hours so you can take an RDO every fortnight, go for it!

        Don’t be overstretched with the long working weeks.Feel appreciated and valued in this role.

        Recently winning the Best Place to Work 2023 award in the category of Mining, Agriculture and Utilities, we advocate for working to live, and not a living to work mindset.If this matters to you above all, then consider your next project engineering move to Water Corporation.

        The fundamentals of this role.

          Representing, as part of the project team, asset management and operational stakeholders by being a single point of contact through the project lifecycle

            Identifying key stakeholders of the project and the appropriate support resources required

              Undertaking early identification and resolution of key stakeholder issues relating to project delivery and design

                Liaise with key stakeholders throughout the project delivery to keep them informed of all business impacts and risks presented by the project

                  Assisting in the preparation of capital investment project business cases by ensuring that business interests are considered

                    Assist in the development of the User Requirements Register and ensure that defined requirements regarding safety, environment, reliability, operability, and maintainability are fully considered throughout the asset creation process.

                    Ideally, you will possess the following:

                      Sound Project Management experience

                        Tertiary or trade level qualification in a relevant engineering discipline and considerable water related operational and asset management experience in a capital-intensive industry


                          Considerable water related operational and asset management experience in a capital-intensive industry

                          Keen to put your project engineering skills to use? Start your application today!

                          Please submit a covering letter and resume that best demonstrates your ability to meet the requirements of this role.

                          Applications close 4th June 2023

                          As part of the recruitment process you will be required to complete Pre-Employment screening which may include a medical, qualification check, police clearance and Australian working rights check.

                          We reserve the right to withdraw this ad prior to the closing date.

                          Our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace:

                          Water Corporation is committed to creating a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and our community. How we will achieve this is outlined in our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and People and Safety Strategy.

                          We acknowledge the different skills, experiences, and perspectives that people from diverse backgrounds including, race, ethnicity, disability, age, gender identity and sexual orientation bring to the workplace, will only strengthen our workforce. We are committed to ensuring that our workplace is inclusive, where all our people feel that they belong, are valued, respected, and have equal access to opportunities and resources.

                          We encourage applications from our key priority communities – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, women, youth, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

                          We are committed to ensuring an accessible and inclusive work environment to enable people with disability to participate fully in all aspects of employment wherever possible by offering reasonable adjustments including adjustments in our recruitment, selection, and appointment processes.

                          Applicants with disability who require adjustments in the recruitment process, or alternative methods of communication, can contact a Recruitment Officer at or 9420 2000.

                          To learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion please visit our website.