CBGU JV brings together partners CPB Contractors, BAM, Ghella and UGL to deliver the Tunnel, Stations and Development (TSD) package for Brisbane’s Cross River Rail. Cross River Rail is a new 10.2 kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, including 5.9 kilometres of tunnel under the Brisbane River and CBD. CBGU JV will deliver the underground works of the project, including tunnelling, four new underground stations, an over-station development at Albert Street and an above ground retail plaza at Roma Street.
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Reporting to the Project Wide Environment Coordinator the Advisor will be embedded within the site construction team. You will lead, plan, organise and control the environmental aspects of the site including implementation and control of project environmental plans.
You will be responsible for:
- Managing all day-to-day site operations with respect to environmental management.
- Liaising with site managers, employees and subcontractor organisations.
- Ensuring compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements and all relevant Company and Joint Venture policies and processes.
- Identifying and implementing, where appropriate, initiatives that identify the project as a leader in environmental practices.
Minimum requirements for this role include the following:
- A recognised degree in Environmental Management or other relevant tertiary qualification
- Previous experience within the construction or resources industry.
- A sound knowledge of environmental legislation and requirements.
- Ability to build effective internal and external relationships.
At CBGU JV, we are committed to workplace diversity and to providing flexible work opportunities on our project. We support women in construction and Indigenous advancement and participation and we encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply.
Please note: This role is being sourced through CBGU JV partners directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies.