By Chris Edwards, AUS-SPEC Engineer Many regional councils struggle with recruiting and retaining skilled public works engineers, and with an increasing number of local government engineers starting to retire the problem is only going to get worse. Chris Edwards is a civil engineer with...
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Strong technical skills are no longer a guarantee of employment for Australian engineers, with many employers now demanding ‘soft’ skills. In its April-June 2017 quarterly report, recruitment agency Hays revealed the engineering employment trends that are emerging across Australia. Overall,...
Attracting young engineers remains an ongoing challenge for local government. These two Western Australian councils are shining examples of attracting and supporting graduate engineers – and they’re reaping the benefits. by Carla Grossetti The Infrastructure Undergraduate Engineer...
Young IPWEA operates under the greater IPWEA banner, however a Framework has been created to provide some guidance and terms of reference for the group to operate. As part of this, the committee has formulated a 2 year Action Plan which outlines the goals and actions for Young IPWEA to...
Following his award-winning presentation at the 2013 IPWEA International Public Works Conference, Thinc’s Graham Scott considers the impact of human relationships on project success. By Graham Scott, Senior Advisor, Thinc It has been reported that...
Information pack, including registration form, for the 2012 IPWEA National Study Tour - Finland, Sweden & Estonia. #ParksLandscapeUrbanDesign #RoadConstructionMaintenance #AssetManagement #RegistrationFormorBrochure #WasteManagement #WaterSewerage #SkillShortagesHR ...
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