Asset Management/RAMM Engineer - Liveable Streets South Rural

  • Job Type:Full time
  • Category:Construction/Technical
  • Business Group:Higgins
  • Location:Auckland
  • Job Reference:FCH/21115
  • Closing Date:27 Aug 2021


The Opportunity
Higgins are a leading roading and civil infrastructure company in New Zealand and we’re on a dynamic growth path, building tomorrows New Zealand with people at the heart of what we do every day.

We have an opportunity for an experienced Asset Management/RAMM Engineer to join the Green Team working on Auckland Transport's South Rural road maintenance contract.  In this role, you’ll be responsible for providing asset management services to the teams in the Liveable Streets South Rural contract, ensuring we develop programmes that meet the needs of the community and the road asset.  You’ll also develop and maintain relationships with the Auckland Transport asset management teams so we can input into the development of a robust forward works programme and provide technical advice to the team to enhance the programme.

About you!
If this sounds like a role for you then this is what you will need in order to successfully deliver:
  • Understanding of pavement deterioration and technical solutions
  • Sound communication skills with an ability to analyse various options and present the best option
  • Experience in resurfacing and pavement renewals, with previous design experience an advantage Understand Net Present value and how to determine optimal whole of life cost
Why Higgins? 
As part of the wider Fletcher Construction Group and as an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strive to create an inclusive and zero harm environment for all our employees and are passionate about the safety of our people and are committed to a safety-first culture.  A career with Higgins can also lead to opportunities for career development in the wider Fletcher Building business.  

How to Apply
Ready for the challenge and to get stuck in? If so, we would love to hear from you! Please apply directly online today.

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