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John Holland - Sydney, NSW

Source: uWorkin

Source: uWorkin


The John Holland CPB Contractors JV (JHCPB) has been successful in securing the contract to deliver the $3.9bn Rozelle Interchange and Western Harbour Tunnel Enabling Works project. The Rozelle Interchange is the final stage of WestConnex. It is a new underground motorway interchange which provides connectivity to the M4-M5 Link Tunnels and the City West Link, and an underground bypass of Victoria Road between Iron Cove Bridge and Anzac Bridge. The Rozelle Interchange also provides a connection to the future Western Harbour Tunnel.

Rozelle Interchange is being delivered by RMS under a Design and Construct Deed.

The project scope includes the following:

  • An interchange at Rozelle and associated infrastructure providing connections from the Main Tunnel Works infrastructure to the surface road network at City West Link, Victoria Road, Iron Cove Bridge and Anzac Bridge
  • Provision for connections to the future Western Harbour Tunnel
  • Provision of up to ten hectares of new public open space located at the site of the dis-used Rozelle Rail Yards.
We are seeking Geologists to undertake the face mapping of the excavated tunnel faces and other associated duties.
The role will incorporate a variety of responsibilities, including:
  • Input into and work associated with Geotechnical inspection and test plans (ITP) or hold and witness points as requested by construction personnel
  • Undertake geological face mapping of tunnels and excavations to enable comparison with Design as presented within the design documentation
  • Communicate ground conditions to the CPS Lead or CPS Section Lead and provide inputs into permit to tunnel meetings
  • Direct spot bolting for local instability
  • Probing (endoscopes/borescopes)
  • Piling inspection/supervision
  • Anchor drilling inspection/supervision
  • Foundation inspection/supervision
To be considered you will have:
  • Geotechnical Engineer, Mining Engineer or Engineering Geologist experience with a minimum undergraduate degree
  • Minimum 1 to 2 years of relevant experience (logging, mapping, site investigation)
  • Familiarity with AS1726
  • Familiarity with Sydney Classification System (Pells et al 1998)
  • Familiarity with local construction environment
JHCPB is offering longevity of employment, guaranteed career development and the opportunity to deliver a key piece of Sydney's infrastructure.
As part of our recruitment commitment, we will endeavour to review and respond in a timely manner to all applications. Where applicable, evidence of tertiary qualifications and proof of right to work will be required prior to successful appointment.

John Holland