Civil engineering jobs in New Zealand
From buildings to water and wastewater, we have many opportunities within civil engineering. For instance, you could join our water team and contribute to the design of water and stormwater wastewater treatment. You’ll get involved in civil design skill areas such as gravity pipelines, pump stations, reservoirs and treatments plants.
Some of our most notable water projects include the design for the $80M expansion of the Rosedale wastewater treatment plant and the implementation of a NZ$20M membrane water treatment plant to remove arsenic from the source water.
As the leading buildings consultant in New Zealand, our areas of expertise include structures, building services and building sciences. You could work on exciting, large scale projects such as Auckland Stadium, Auckland Central Rail Stations, the University of Auckland Science Centre and the multi-billion-dollar expansion of Auckland Airport.
We also have a range of geotechnical engineering jobs which range from senior geotechnical professional to principal geotechnical engineer. Within the geotechnical field, you’ll work closely in services related to tunnelling, foundations, retaining structures and slopes on civil infrastructure projects.
Mechanical engineering jobs in New Zealand
Whether you’re relatively new to your career in mechanical engineering, or a seasoned professional, we have a variety of roles to fit your skillset. You could get involved in mechanical design or the design of projects such as large municipal wastewater treatments plants, commercial onsite treatment systems and industrial trade waste treatment systems.
Our buildings team includes engineers in the primary disciplines of building services, building sciences, sustainability, structural and façade engineering. As part of this team, you’ll deliver projects regionally and contribute to the growth in the New Zealand region.
Electrical engineering jobs in New Zealand
Within an electrical engineering role, you should have a good working knowledge and be capable of design and specification of systems such as lighting, small power, emergency power systems, lightning protection systems and earth systems. Primarily, you will find these roles in the buildings sector but we have opportunities within a number of industries.
In return for joining us, we’ll offer you industry leading benefits which come with working in a global consultancy. These include a competitive salary, ongoing support and career development in an environment which encourages initiative and hard work.
Early careers at Mott MacDonald in New Zealand
We run a three year early professionals program where you’ll be able to work on impactful projects, while growing your knowledge and confidence. You’ll also join our dynamic network of experts from all over the world. In addition to this, we offer a paid summer intern program for students with relevant degrees which provides an insight into our global consulting business.
If you’re looking for support with a professional certification or licensing scheme then we can also assist with this. Whether you’re trying to gain an engineering certification, or need a surveying license, we can help you get to where you want to be.