Resolve Group’s Mission:
To work with our clients to deliver the best outcomes by understanding their needs and using our expertise to deliver tailored, sustainable solutions.
This requires us to:
- be responsive to client’s needs
- be responsive to changing markets
- take the lead
- never stop learning
- build enduring relationships
- collaborate and share
- work as hard as our clients, if not harder
- be disciplined and consistent
- challenge constructively
- produce successful outcomes in all circumstances
- build trust
- employ the best people
Resolve Group is known for their exceptional, long-term client relationships. When you join Resolve Group, you’ll have an opportunity to work with clients from private companies to local and government bodies and across a number of different sectors.
On every project, you’ll be working to help the client discover the right solutions to achieve the best possible outcome. You will work with the client as if you are one of their team. You’ll ask the right questions and will help the client decide what they want to achieve and how to get there.
At Resolve, you’ll have a profound impact on clients’ project outcomes, and the immense satisfaction of knowing you’ve helped them achieve to the best of their abilities.
Resolve Group also has a highly supportive company culture. We are enthusiastic members of the Equal Opportunities Trust and encourage diversity in our employment strategy. We are family friendly and go out of our way to create working conditions that demonstrate the value we place in our team. Come work with us, we promise you’ll enjoy it.
We are currently looking for:
At Resolve Group, experience has taught us that a diversity of voices leads to greater creativity and more inclusive solutions. We are very interested in hearing from candidates with different perspectives, different experiences, different opinions, and perhaps different working styles or expectations. Please contact us to begin a conversation about how we might work together.
An engineer for our Wellington office with at least 15 years’ experience. This person will ideally have general civil engineering experience with specialist knowledge in at least one of the following: asset management, infrastructure strategy, business cases, project management or risk management. The successful candidate will need to be able to work independently and as part of a team. We are happy to consider making this role part-time if that suits the candidate.
An engineer with experience and an ongoing interest in Procurement (e.g. Panels and Alliances) for either the Auckland or Wellington office. This person will have the opportunity to work closely with and learn from some of the most experienced and skilled people in the industry in this field. We are happy to consider making this role part-time if that suits the candidate.
An engineer with at least 25 years’ experience who can act as an Engineer to the Contract, working part-time out of our Auckland office. This person is preferably already certified or would meet the criteria to get the certification with our support. We would be happy to consider someone who lives in the northern Waikato (e.g. Hamilton or Cambridge), since we have work in Tauranga, the Waikato and south Auckland that they could service. As this role is part-time, it may suit someone who is semi-retired (or wants to move to that status).