Structural Inspector
New Zealand
Bridges & Civil Structures
Bridges & Civil Structures
Structure Asset Management

WSP Opus is a team of experts who aspire every day to transform infrastructure to create better, sustainable communities.  We believe the greatest infrastructure starts with people and through our collaborative approach we're creating innovative solutions for future generations. Are you keen to BE PART OF IT?
We are looking for a Structural Inspector to join our Bridges and Civil Structures team. You will provide consultancy services to clients in the bridges/structural asset management, inspections, assessment, maintenance and refurbishment. To be an active member of the team, contributing to the development of innovative bridge asset management, client satisfaction and contributing to the bridges and civil structures group in meeting its business plan and targets.

You will have:
A Civil Engineering qualification that provides an understanding of structural asset management
Minimum 4 years experience
A current clean NZ Drivers Licence
Computer literacy and be proficient in MS Office applications
Good analytical skills and attention to detail
Good communication skills including the ability to write reports and present ideas, information and advice in a way that is understandable by a range of audiences.
And how about you? You'll be agile, invested in your career and have the technical expertise and the commercial acuity to contribute to our business.  To be successful, you must be a self-starter and able to show initiative.  You will have the opportunity to work autonomously so your confidence, organisational skills and ability to multitask will be fully utilised.  Give the consultancy nature of our business, you will also need to demonstrate excellent verbal and written skills.
At WSP Opus, we foster a culture of collaboration, innovation and success. If you are looking for a change and a challenge, we have a place for you. 

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