Title:  Change Engineer


Brisbane, QLD, AU, 4000

The Opportunity

Veolia Water Operations is seeking an experienced Management of Change Engineer to join our team in Brisbane. This role will be responsible for managing change across all aspects of QGC's Water Treatment Facilities, ensuring safe and efficient water production to meet quality standards. 

What's on offer


  • Drive change across vital water treatment operations
  • Fantastic training, career growth, global company
  • Attractive salary, bonus, and benefits offered
  • Manage engineering docs, risk assessments, stakeholder reviews
  • Collaborative team culture, recognition for achievements
  • Regional travel to gain diverse operational experience

What you'll be responsible for


  • Manage the end-to-end change management process, including approvals, performance tracking, and KPI monitoring 
  • Lead the development of MOC requests, technical documentation, risk assessments, and budget estimates 
  • Oversee quality control, inspection plans, acceptance testing, and approval documentation 
  • Coordinate document and asset information changes across management systems 
  • Conduct stakeholder consultations and peer reviews for engineering work 
  • Support client outcomes by undertaking duties of Maintenance, Reliability, and Asset Integrity SMEs


  • Overnight travel to the Central  Water Treatment Plant in Chinchilla and the Northern Water Treatment Plant in Wandoan is required
  • Typical travel is one full week out of every six weeks, but frequency and duration may vary based on operational needs. During annual shutdowns, up to two consecutive weeks of travel may be necessary.

What you'll need to be successful


  • Tertiary qualification in engineering discipline 
  • Experience in operating process plants, preferably water treatment facilities 
  • Proven ability to prepare and interpret engineering documentation 
  • Excellent stakeholder management and reporting skills

A Veolia Career

At Veolia, we're on a mission to build a more sustainable future through ecological transformation. As an employee, you'll have the opportunity to grow your career while contributing to our vision of preserving the environment and creating a circular economy.

Our Commitment to You:

  • Competitive pay and benefits, including employee share plan and novated leasing
  • Health and wellness programs like EAP, health insurance discounts, and fitness passport
  • Professional development through training and volunteer opportunities
  • Inclusive culture that values diversity, equality, and respect for all

    We welcome applicants from all backgrounds - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, veterans, people with disabilities, mature age, early career, LGBTQIA+, and diverse cultures.

    As a Circle Back Initiative Employer, we respond to every applicant. Apply now to join our team dedicated to building a better world.