Senior Water Resources Engineer

 
  • Fortescue Metals Group Ltd
  • Australia, WA
  • Sep 15, 2022
Full-time

Job Description:

At Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) we are leading the global energy transition by developing a portfolio of renewable energy and green hydrogen projects.

Our large scale, low-cost hydropower, geothermal, solar and wind assets will support establishment of green energy and green product industries around the world.

FFI is committed to building thriving communities by delivering social, environmental and economic benefits.

Role Title: Senior Water Resources Engineer

Work Location: Perth

Roster: Monday to Friday

The Senior Water Resource Engineer will be responsible for working with a team of multi-disciplinary professionals to support and complete technical work including conceptual design and technical assurance for a wide range of projects involving water resource management, water yield assessments, hydrologic analysis and hydraulic design of water management infrastructure and/or flood-risk assessments. The scope of work includes water quantity and quality data sourcing to assess risk factors and advise on project developments. They will also prepare supporting technical documentation for water resources (technical memorandums, reports, presentations, etc.), regulatory program compliance, data management and analysis, and field work.

Key accountabilities will include:

Qualifications and skills required:

Candidates must be able to bring a flexible mindset, challenge traditional thinking, and be prepared to work outside of their comfort zone.

Our values drive our culture and performance through a strong focus on safety, family and determination. We celebrate and respect people’s differences and commit to providing an inclusive work environment. This is an exciting time to join Fortescue.

We encourage Aboriginal Australians and female candidates to apply.

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Fortescue reserves the right to close applications early should a suitable pool of candidates be identified