Jay Jameson is a long standing employee of Kramer Ausenco and has been identified as one of Kramer Ausenco’s young leaders. Jay is a highly motivated charted professional engineer and has been the Manager for Kramer Ausenco (Vanuatu) Ltd since September 2014. Jay previously held a role as a senior Civil/Structural Engineer with Kramer Ausenco (Australia) Ltd where he played a central role in delivering over 35 multi-story residential/commercial buildings in the Pacific worth over a total of AUD 600 million.
Jay also has extensive industry experience beyond commercial/residential structures having held previous positions with Bowler Geotechnical & KBR prior to joining Kramer Ausenco. Throughout his career he has provided Clients with engineering solutions for a broad range of projects in various sectors including aviation, marine, education, residential & commercial, health and resources. Having successfully delivered projects in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Fiji and Vanuatu, Jay has an appreciation for the context and challenges of working in the pacific.
Jay has recently participated in Kramer Ausenco’s strategy team to innovate better ways of creating business solutions that allow client’s to grow their projects and business. Regardless of project scale and complexity, Jay always adopts a client focus aligned with Kramer Ausenco’s core values, providing solutions to clients that a collaborative, transparent and fit-for-purpose.
Jay graduated from the University of Queensland with a bachelor’s degree of Civil Engineering (Honours), majoring in geotechnical and structural engineering. He is currently a Chartered Professional Engineer of The Institution of Engineers Australia (MIEAust CPEng), a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ), national registered structural engineer in Australia (NPER) and a Member of the Institution of Professional Engineers, Papua New Guinea (IEPNG). Jay has recently undertaken Masters Level education in Business Administration.
Jay is familiar with the Pacific Islands having Samoan family heritage and being born in Port Moresby. He is married to his wife Rebecca and has two children