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Job: Lead Geothermal Scientists and other positions, Jacobs, New Zealand

Jacobs Masterclass, Sept. 2018 in Jakarta (source: ThinkGeoEnergy)
Alexander Richter 21 Jan 2020

As part of several open positions for its power generation business, engineering groups has openings for lead geothermal scientists at its power group in New Zealand.

Engineering group Jacobs has published an Expression of Interest for Power Opportunities New Zealand, job positions in New Zealand.

Jacobs is a preferred partner for power and utility companies worldwide, as well as for private companies and public institutions. We serve their priorities for cost-effective, efficient, high-quality solutions while supporting them in a vast range of energy projects.

From power generation, energy integration, and heat recovery through to transmission and distribution, Jacobs builds pilot facilities, greenfield plants, and associated infrastructure, as well as assists clients to expand capacity or extend the life of existing assets and plants. We can help you plan, forecast, expand, diversify, outsource, and reduce costs.

Wherever you are based and whatever position you are looking for in the Power environment, we understand that pursuing a new opportunity is a big decision, so we are not asking for a commitment right now and may not necessarily have anything immediately available in your field of interest or location, but let’s start a conversation and see where it goes?

We have several current and upcoming specialist positions for you to consider in our Power group in New Zealand and Australia.

Some of these include:

  • Substations Structures Engineers
  • Lines Designers
  • Earthing Engineers
  • Substations secondary design
  • CAD Designers, 3D capability
  • Power Systems Consultants
  • Clean Energy Consultants
  • Renewables Consultants
  • Lead Geothermal Scientists

Jacobs is currently only considering applications from experienced candidates.

Source: Jacobs/ Taleo