Senior Bridging and Civil Structures Drafter Wellington

Civil Engineer
£50,000 - £59,999
29 Jun 2012
29 Jul 2012
Civil Engineer
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client has built a reputation surrounding their innovative approach towards providing award winning solutions and designs in the structural and civil market place. They are arguably one of the most sought after employers in the Consulting environment. Opportunities to join their team are rare and not easily achieved. To become part of this well established team you will need to be a high flier in your own right with a proven background of providing successful and out of the box innovative solutions. To be considered for this role you will be an experienced bridge and civil structures drafter with no less than 8 years relevant experience. Furthermore you will be highly proficient in AutoCAD and have experience using REVIT. This role will see you hold full project responsibility for drafting co ordinating and directing of resources in order to meet designated project deadlines. In return our client is offering a competitive salary as well as the opportunity for career development. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT If you are considering a move to New Zealand it is important that you understand what such a move will involve. In fact the first question anyone will ask you at interview (recruiter or employer) will be – What research have you completed regarding your move to New Zealand? Therefore – to make your move a success it is essential that you are as prepared as possible. Catalyst has prepared two tools to help you increase your chances of making a successful move. Our free reports are available to download from and include: • a 12 page Q&A booklet on moving to NZ• a 60 page detailed report on the Christchurch Rebuild. If you decide to work through Catalyst – not only will you receive the necessary information via these booklets and regular newsletters to assist you move but you will be automatically perceived by our clients as well prepared and your application will be taken more seriously.