Infrastructure Investment Program - Expression of Interest


Sydney Water


Parramatta, Sydney

Salary etc:

Flexible work arrangements



Expression of Interest - Sydney Water - Major step-up of our Infrastructure Investment Program 

  • Be part of creating Greater Sydney’s future through the delivery of a once-in-a-generation infrastructure program
  • Drive the investments that will ensure a more sustainable, liveable, climate-resilient city built on circular economy principles
  • Variety of roles in all expertise areas required to develop, procure and deliver infrastructure
  • Grow your career working alongside water industry experts
  • Flexible work arrangements, attractive salaries, great benefits

At Sydney Water, we are creating a better life with world-class water services. We are Australia’s largest water utility, providing water, wastewater, recycled water and some stormwater services to 5.3 million people. For 135 years, this has been our legacy - ensuring our waterways are healthy and thriving and the people of Greater Sydney have a safe, reliable water supply.

Sydney Water will service nearly two million more people by 2050. To enable this growth, in an integrated and sustainable way, Sydney Water will invest $34 billion over the next 10 years to renew existing assets, deliver new investments in water supply, recycled water, stormwater and waterway management, and renewable sources of energy while ensuring system resilience to shocks and stressors.

To deliver this significant increase in investment, we need more infrastructure professionals (or those with the skills and aptitude to become one!) to join our talented, passionate and values-oriented team. If that sounds like you, we’d love to receive your Expression of Interest.

We pride ourselves on our dynamic, high-performance culture which we enable by offering our team flexible working arrangements, industry exposure and opportunities for career progression. 

We are looking for the best-in-class to help us deliver this transformative investment in our city. Roles available, at a variety of levels, include:

  • Project Leadership (Development and Delivery Directors, Program and Project Managers)
  • Project Engineering (Technical Directors, Construction Managers, Project Engineers, Design Managers)
  • Infrastructure System and Precinct Planners and Engineers
  • Environmental and Sustainability Assessment and Delivery Oversight Professionals
  • Project Controls Professionals including Risk, Scheduling, Quantity Surveying/Estimating, Cost Control / Management, Delivery and Cost Planners
  • Community and Stakeholder Engagement Professionals
  • Commercial Professionals including professionals in Finance, Procurement and Contract Management
  • Investment Managers and other Portfolio Management Professionals
  • Property Management Professionals including Acquisition, Environmental Management and Hazardous Materials

Creating a better life with world-class water services is better achieved together. We understand the many benefits of having a diverse workplace, focusing on equity and inclusion to enable our people, our networks and communities to thrive. We believe for our cities to thrive, our people need to thrive first. We care. We connect. We respect. Creating a better life starts with us!

Sydney Water employees enjoy some amazing flexibility and benefits, including:

  • Flexible / hybrid working
  • Part time and job share options (ask us about it)
  • Diverse career pathways supported by industry experts
  • Inclusive workplace culture with various employee-led committees
  • Childcare allowances
  • Up to 18 weeks of parental leave and 8 weeks partners leave
  • Novated lease options
  • Discounted access to hundreds of gyms and pools around NSW with Fitness Passport
  • Flu vaccinations and discounted options on health insurance membership providers
  • Use of vehicle for work purposes as required
  • Parking options

Not in Sydney? No matter. Sydney Water offers financial relocation assistance for certain roles to get you here.


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