CQ engineering leader looking for professionals
A COMMITMENT to local integration and delivery, underpinned by a global network of professionals has proven to be the foundation on which GHD has built its Gladstone operations on.
GHD is one of the world’s leading engineering and environmental companies, and this year is celebrating 80 years of service to Queensland, with 12 offices throughout the state.
The Gladstone office opened in 2001 and the company has recently expanded to Emerald and Rockhampton.
GHD’s manager in Gladstone, Shannon Orr, said this decentralised network enabled people to live and work in regional Queensland, while clients benefited from responsive service and a greater understanding of local issues and opportunities.
“Our people in Gladstone have a diverse range of multidisciplinary experience, from civil and municipal infrastructure to mining and industrial, to environmental planning and management,” Mr Orr said.
“We can assist clients across the entire project life cycle.
“As an employee-owned company, our local team are
Our people in Gladstone have a diverse range of multidisciplinary experience, from civil and municipal infrastructure to mining and industrial. — GHD Gladstone manager Shannon Orr
committed to the success of our clients’ projects, and we are empowered to make decisions at a local level, which makes us highly responsive and flexible.”
To support its future growth, GHD is actively recruiting for high-performing and enthusiastic professionals with engineering or environmental consulting experience to join its team in central Queensland, as well as Mackay, Townsville, Cairns and Mount Isa.
“Our core values of safety, teamwork, respect and integrity are at the core of everything we do and it fosters a supportive, collaborative and diverse workplace,” he said.
PARTNERSHIPS: Gladstone deputy mayor Chris Trevor, Public Trustee of Queensland's Peter Carne and Gladstone Foundation's Tim Griffin.
GHD's Shannon Orr.