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Treatment Optimisation Engineer

Band 3/4 ($71,553 – $101,570)* plus 9.5% superannuation

An exciting new opportunity is available for a professional and motivated individual to join our Operations Team. This is a full-time ongoing role that will be based at the Bairnsdale Head Office.

The East Gippsland region is an idyllic lifestyle location that is close to national parks, lakes, rivers and coastal regions. From the beach to the snow and everything in between, the region includes the iconic Gippsland Lakes, Alpine High Country, Snowy River and Coastal Wilderness areas. If you would like to enjoy a range of activities from bush walking to boating from surfing to skiing, there is something for you!

The Treatment Optimisation Engineer will be responsible for coordinating sampling and monitoring programs and overseeing the water and wastewater quality management system to ensure that treatment processes operate efficiently.

If you have experience in water and wastewater quality management systems, proven ability to optimise processes and would like the opportunity to work within a dynamic team, we’d like to hear from you.

All applicants need to obtain a position description by clicking here or call Human Resources on (03) 5150 4444. Submissions must include a resume and covering letter that demonstrates how you meet the selection criteria.

Only applicants who address the selection criteria will be considered.

Shortlisted applicants may be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and a National Police Check.

Applications close on Friday 31 May 2019 and should be addressed to:-

EGW Human Resources

Treatment Optimisation Engineer – Recruitment

PO Box 52,

Bairnsdale VIC 3875

Or by email:-

hr@egwater.vic.gov.au

 

As part of our commitment to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workplace, East Gippsland Water strongly encourages applications from experienced women and men, people with disabilities, LGBTI, ATSI, culturally and ethnically diverse candidates to best represent and engage with communities in which we live and work.