Location: Auckland, New Zealand Date Listed: 24/07/2018 Closing Date: 24/07/2019
- Work alongside industry leaders
- Exciting career opportunity for developing professionals
- Work with great people who make a difference
Our clients do incredible things every day. They are transforming their communities and changing lives through the structures they build, the products they manufacture, the services they provide, and the families they support. And we are right there alongside them. We are the problem-solvers – the thinkers, the creators, the planners and practitioners – who understand their vision and make things happen! We are 3000-plus professionals spread across 19 offices across the Asia Pacific.
While our experience has been 98 years in the making, it’s the fresh talent we’re nurturing, the innovative thinking we’re developing and the connections that we’re forging that get us most excited for the future.
Are you looking for a passionate team that works with clients and turns ideas into reality? We’re searching for talented, energetic people to be part of our environments team and make things happen.
You’ll be joining the designers, fellow planners, scientists and environmental engineers who understand the social, economic and environmental implications on projects. Who work with stakeholders and local communities, to provide sustainable, culturally sensitive and workable solutions.
You’ll be part of a team of trusted advisors; committed to meeting the environmental goals for projects of all sizes. And together we’ll nurture and apply our creative thinking to help future-proof the spaces where we live, work and play.
Having secured a number of exciting projects for 2018 we currently have positions for intermediate level planners in our Auckland team. You’ll join a tight knit team and get to work with and learn from industry experts. We have a range of opportunities to grow your experience and career in the areas of land development, housing, urban growth planning and key infrastructure.
We’re looking for intermediate level planners who are keen to work on significant projects with industry leaders.
You can find out more about our people and projects by visiting www.beca.com. We can provide support with relocation and immigration to suitable applicants.
For further information contact Heather Douglas 09 300 9136 or apply today!
Beca prides itself on supporting a diverse and inclusive culture – open to inputs from creative people of all genders, ethnicity, identity, thought and experiences