Leave a water legacy in Africa

Water engineering jobs in Tshwane and Cape Town

Do you want to leave a legacy within the water space in South Africa and across the African continent?

Do you want to re-imagine engineering? Are you innovative and co-creative? Would you take advantage of opportunities to work on projects in Australia (where we’ve recently been appointed Sydney Water’s Planning Partner for the next 10 years), New Zealand or even Asia?

If you answered yes, then come join us!

To serve our growing portfolio of water clients, Aurecon is boosting its multi-disciplinary water team based across Cape Town and Tshwane.

Join over 150 professionals who offer our clients a full spectrum of consulting engineering and advisory services, broadly covering the following water engineering disciplines:

  1. Water and wastewater treatment
  2. Water in industries and mining
  3. Dams and hydropower
  4. Pump stations and pipelines
  5. Water resource management

Want to bring ideas to life? Want to work with leading professionals and clients?

Join our team. Apply now for these water engineering jobs!

Job applications in Africa will reopen on 9 June 2020.

Discover our water projects

Why join Aurecon’s water engineering team in South Africa?

At Aurecon, we engineer for life, using our engineering experience, technical capability and design expertise to collaborate with our clients and make a positive contribution to the communities we serve.

This is why you should join our water team in South Africa:

Hear what our water team has to say

Meet Fareed

Fareed is the Water Unit Leader for Africa and heads a team who are amongst the best on the continent.

Fareed Nagdi, Water Unit Leader Africa, Aurecon

We work in a relaxed, flexible and fun environment here at Aurecon.

– Fareed Nagdi



Meet Andriette

Andriette is a civil engineer in our Tshwane office.

Andriette Combrinck, Aurecon

I am passionate about water resource planning and finding solutions that will make our cities more resilient.

– Andriette Combrinck



Brendon on digital engineering

Brendon Theunissen talks about using digital engineering to deliver a well-integrated human-centric solution for Coega Kop.

Brendon Theunissen, Aurecon

We have gained immeasurable experience of the benefits of using 3D, VR, and collaborative tools to improve our human-centric approach to infrastructure design.

– Brendon Theunissen



Rebecca's podcast

At Aurecon our engineers grow their eminence. Rebecca (Cape Town Water team) interviewed Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng about redesigning STEM education.
Rebecca Ilunga

. . . my dad used to say . . . 'Whatever space you're in, you need to leave an impact, so be the best version of that'.

– Rebecca Ilunga



Experience Life at Aurecon.

African girl swinging over Joburg


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