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High profile national infrastructure group
• Attractive Salary Package $$$

Our client is one of Australia’s leading infrastructure engineering groups, involved in delivering key projects across Australia as well as overseas. They operate in civil, marine, rail, pipelines and mining infrastructure and have a reputation which is second to none.

Opportunities exist for intermediate to senior estimators to join their highly professional team in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne.

These appointments will suit an experienced engineering professional with proven experience in estimating and cost planning of civil construction.

We are interested in talking to enthusiastic Estimators seeking to relocate/return to Australia & who can demonstrate the following:

• Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline
• Solid estimating experience in the construction or building industry with sound costing analytical skills
• Experience in any of the following sectors: Civil, Marine, Rail, Pipelines & Mining Infrastructure
• Proficient in planning, organising and working to time lines
• Strong communication skills and capable of enthusiastically engaging others
Our client offers exciting projects Australia-wide and an opportunity for you to work with like-minded professionals. Working within a team and independently you will make a contribution to your field of expertise.

An attractive salary is on offer with assistance in relocating to Australia. Individuals with visa plans in place or Australian PR/Citizenship will be highly regarded.

If you are relocating to Australia now or the near future and wish to discuss these opportunities further please call Jo Mount in our UK office on +44 (0) 7966 718 442 or Tara McLaughlin in our Australian office on +61 (0)3 9654 9646.
Alternatively send your CV outlining your project experience to date to apply@valuableresources.co.uk.

Take your skills to the world, Go Global at http://www.valuableresources.co.uk
All applications will be treated in confidence.

Source  :  www.expatengineer.net

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Location: Australia     
Salary:
Company: Valuable Resources Ltd
Sector: Traffic and Transport
Job role: Estimator
Job type: Permanent
Date posted: 18/06/2009 18:50  

  • High profile national infrastructure group
  • Attractive Salary Package $$$ with relocation support

‘Reach beyond your Estimations….Go Global!’

Our client is one of Australia’s leading infrastructure engineering groups, involved in delivering key projects across Australia as well as overseas.They operate in civil, marine, rail, pipelines and mining infrastructure and have a reputation which is second to none.

Opportunities exist for intermediate to senior estimators to join their highly professional team in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne.

These appointments will suit an experienced engineering professional with proven experience in estimating and cost planning of civil construction.

We are interested in talking to enthusiastic Estimators seeking to relocate to Australia & who can demonstrate the following:

  • Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline
  • Solid estimating experience in the construction or building industry with sound costing analytical skills
  • Experience in any of the following sectors:Civil, Marine, Rail, Pipelines & Mining Infrastructure
  • Proficient in planning, organising and working to time lines
  • Strong communication skills and capable of enthusiastically engaging others.

An attractive salary is on offer with assistance in relocating to Australia.

If you are relocating to Australia now or the near future and wish to discuss these opportunities further please call Ben Dodd in our UK office on +44 (0) 7976 221 381.

Alternatively send your CV outlining your skills and experience to date to apply@valuableresources.co.uk.

Take your skills to the world, Go Global at www.valuableresources.co.uk  All applications will be treated in confidence.

Reference: CareerStructure/CS12009BD

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The Economy
Deficit $57.593 billion
Unemployment 8.25 per cent
Economic Growth -0.5 per cent of GDP
Inflation 1.75 per cent
First Home Owners Boost continued for six months
Small Business and General Tax Break increased to 50 per cent for order this calendar year

Infrastructure spending

A total of $22 billion including $8.5 billion for road, rail and port.
$3.2b for West Werribee to Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station
$40m towards design of Melbourne’s East-West rail tunnel
$365m for light rail corridor for the Gold Coast
$20m for planning new corridors in Brisbane
$294m to upgrade Adelaide’s Gawler line
$291m to extend Noarlunga to Seaford line
$61m to extend O-Bahn track in Adelaide
$236m towards central city section of Perth to Fremantle line
$91m for design work on Sydney West metro from Central to Westmead Road ($3.4b)
$1.5b for Hunter Expressway linking the F3 and New England Highway in NSW
$618m towards dual carriageway bypass of Kempsey on the Pacific Highway, NSW
$488m to replace 25km of Bruce Highway between Cooroy and Curra in Qld
$844m to upgrade Ipswich Motorway, Qld Ports ($389m)
$50m for Port of Darwin’s East Arm
$339m for development of common facilities at Port of Oakajee in

WA energy

$4.5b on new clean energy initiative

Education

$5.3b on tertiary education, research and innovation
$934m for 11 teaching, eight research and 12 vocational training projects
$901m for 21 research projects in space, marine, climate and nuclear science
$750m for future funding rounds of the Education Investment Fund
$491m to uncap number of university places from 2012
$437m over four years to provide university education for the disadvantaged
$500m to encourage research, development and commercialisation of ideas
$512m to help universities fund research

Health

$2.5b over five years to drive hospital and health workforce reform
$3.2b from Health and Hospitals Fund to modernise hospitals and improve cancer facilities
$121m over four years to relieve pressure on maternity services
$134m on rural health workforce strategy
Private health insurance rebate reduced for higher income earners
Medicare Levy Surcharge increased
Families

$731m over five years for paid parental leave scheme

Superannuation

Halving of salary sacrifice into super to $25,000 a year for those under 50 and to $50,000 a year for those over 50.

Cut in Government super contribution from $1,500 to $1,000 for those earning less than $60,000 a year

Aged

Pension age increased progressively to 67 years by 2023
Rate at which the pension is withdrawn with private income increased to 50 cents in the dollar
Single Pensioners to get extra $32.49 per week
Couple pensioners to get extra $10.14 per week
New $600 a year Carer Supplement for all Carer Payment recipients, on top of an increase in their pension
Carer allowance recipients to get extra $600 a year for each person in their care

Immigration

Skilled migrant intake slashed by 20 per cent
Extra $650m in funding for border protection

Public broadcasting

ABC to get extra $150m in funding over next three years
SBS to get extra $20m over next three years

www.sbs.com.au

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