Site Engineer Jobs

How to Enter

To become a Site Engineer in New Zealand, it’s recommended to complete a Bachelor of Engineering or Engineering Technology qualification to gain a boost over your competition. If you’re looking to specialise as a Site Engineer, then studying the relevant qualification, such as Civil or Environmental Engineering, can also be beneficial.

 

Typical Responsibilities

The typical responsibilities of a Site Engineer could include some or all of the following:

  • Planning onsite work to be done
  • Supervising workers and contractors
  • Organising vehicle plants, machinery and equipment
  • Preparing progress reports
  • Ensuring Health & Safety standards are met
  • Solving problems and reducing risk of delays

 

Progression

Experienced Site Engineers can often choose to specialise further into specific sectors, such as Civil, Residential or Commercial Construction, or move into other areas of Engineering, such as Health & Safety, Environmental, Water Resources or Mechanical. Alternatively, with additional training, Site Engineers can also move into Project or Site Management positions.

 

Salary Range

45k – 75K per annum (NZD)

 

To view our latest Site Engineers jobs throughout New Zealand, click here.

Wellington

Physical Address:
Level 4, Aviation House
12 Johnston Street
Wellington 6011
New Zealand

Postal Address:
PO Box 5555,
Wellington 6140

Tel: +64 4 499 8800
Fax: +64 4 499 0955

reception@roblawmax.co.nz

 

Auckland

Physical Address:
Level 1, Altrans House,
104 Quay Street,
Auckland 1010
New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 951 5011

 

Christchurch

Physical Address:
Level 1, Kensington House
185 Manchester Street
Christchurch, 8011
New Zealand
Tel: 0800 868 436

 

Brisbane, Australia

Physical Address:
Office T43
477 Boundary Street
Springhill
Brisbane
QLD 4000
Australia
Tel: +61 7 3085 7427

 

South West, United Kingdom

Abbey Manor Business Centre
Preston Road
Yeovil
Somerset, BA20 2EN
United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 203 934 6389