Wood is seeking applications from experienced Quality Control Engineers Civil (Earthworks & Concrete) for the Albemarle Kemerton Project.
The Albemarle Kemerton Plant is a world scale, greenfield Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate production plant to be located at the Kemerton Strategic Industrial Area approximately 160 km south of Perth, Western Australia, and 17 km north-east of the existing port town of Bunbury.
The Albemarle Kemerton Plant will initially comprise of three (3) trains, each producing 20,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate. First product target by 2020. Expansion to five (5) trains will take the ultimate site production to 100,000 tpa by around 2025. Wood has been appointed by Albemarle to implement the Albemarle Kemerton Plant.
The QC Engineer - Civil will report to the Lead Quality Engineer and will be responsible for ensuring QC compliance across all facets of the civil earthworks and concreting phases of the work, including offsite works (pre-cast, etc) and the construction phase of the project, including:
Candidates must have full work rights in Australia to be considered for this role.
If you’re an experienced Quality Control Engineer, ready for your next project, then we are keen to hear from you today.
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