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Graduate Fire Safety Engineer
Iconic project based role with practical experience up front

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Department: Victorian Building Authority
Work Type: Fixed term - full time
Job Function: Engineering
Classification: VPSG3
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/6031
Closing Date: 04-Nov-2018
Salary Range: $66,699 - $80,987
Job Duration: 12 Months
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Contact: Lisa Jessup
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  • As a recent graduate, are you looking for a role that will give you hands on, practical experience straight up?
  • Does working on a landmark building project, that will be nationally and internationally recognised appeal to you?

At the VBA, we are breaking new ground with the Cladding Audit and Rectification Project, having been recently appointed to 43 rectification sites across Melbourne. Due to this exciting announcement, we are looking for Fire Safety Engineers from across Australia to join the Inspections team to lead the charge on this iconic project.

In the role you will be working in a diverse team to provide technical engineering advice and guidence to both government and relevant stakeholders on the outcomes of the audit and process towards rectification of the widespread use of combustible cladding.

This opportunity really does present a once in a generation opportunity to gain exposure to such an iconic project, and it is exclusively with the VBA.


Essential criteria

  • Tertiary qualifications in Fire Engineering (or similar)
  • Sound understanding of building industry regulatory framework of current codes, regulations and standards in Victoria and/or other Australian jurisdictions
  • Solid research skills and the ability to present and communicate technical information to non-technical stakeholders
  • Ability to assist on and conduct site inspections and prepare the reports
  • Solid data analytic skills


If you are interested in this role please Apply now or contact Lisa Jessup, Talent Acquisition Specialist for further information.

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