Entered: 24 Mar 2019
One of Irelands main civil contractors working across Ireland on a number of civil engineering / infrastructure projects, have a current opportunity for a site engineer to join them on a permanent basis.
The initial project will be based in Co Mayo, with other projects based across Ireland.
Accommodation + Car + Fuel provided
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on a broad range of projects, from piling, water, gas, roads projects, giving them a broad spectrum of experience to build a strong career within the industry.
What you’ll need to have:
The successful candidate will have a degree in civil engineering / construction management, experience of setting out and surveying, drafting risk assessments, method statements, site specific safety statement, inspection & test plans.
Preferably 3-4 years as a Site Engineer / Civil Engineer with SOLAS Safe Pass / relevant CSCS Card or equivalent, full driving License and registered / Member of a professional body. (Desirable)
IT Skills i.e. Microsoft Office proficiency.
Pile design experience. (Desirable).
What you’ll be doing:
- To provide the Project with accurate, informed interpretation of the specified Project Technical Requirements.
- Providing support to the Project management and site team on all matters technical.
- Provide support to the SHESQ Dept. on all matters Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality.
Key Responsibilities and Duties:
- Establish and promote best practice in health, safety, environmental and quality matters in conjunction with the SHESQ department.
- Where required supervision of assistant engineers and junior engineers.
- Accurate setting out of the works and dimensional control.
- Resolving technical problems at all levels.
- Carry out inspections in accordance with the Inspection and Test Plan in a timely manner.
- The production of survey information and red – lined drawings for the completion of the as-built records.
- Ensuring activities are carried out in safe manner in accordance with the Project Safety Plan.
- Accurate maintenance of Quality Management System records.
- Ensure equipment is calibrated, in date and suitable checked in accordance with company policies and the manufacturers defined requirements.
- Ensure the site diary is accurately maintained noting against each record the date, location and serial number of equipment used.
- Ensure construction operations are carried out in accordance with the Contract requirements using the appropriate agreed procedures.
- Makes sure that only competent personnel are used to carry out the Works. Policies the outputs to confirm that the required level of quality is maintained. Co-ordination and supervision of Sub-contractors in the performance of the Works.
- Informing senior management of any non-conformances or poor workmanship.
- Ensure all site personnel have clear, accurate and appropriate information to carry out their duties.
- Minimises environmental disturbance during construction works.
- Supervises the outputs and confirms that the project environmental requirements are met.
- Close liaison with the Site Foreman and Works Managers.
- Ensure that only the latest issue drawings and documents are being used.
- Ensure all materials on site are suitable, stored in line with manufacturer’s recommendations current working practice, contract specification or project requirements.
- Assist the Site Management team to update KPI’s, material reconciliation and progress reports.
What you’ll get in return:
An excellent package will be put in place for the successful candidate of €40k - €50K + Car + Accommodation + Fuel.
The Breagh Team:
Breagh Recruitment are the go to specialist construction and engineering recruitment consultants across the UK and Ireland, with an ethos based on flexibility, hard work and a bit of good old common sense. We live within these core values servicing our clients and candidates on a daily basis.
Key roles we recruit for include: Health & Safety managers, project managers, construction managers, site engineers, quantity surveyors, civil engineers, site agents, estimators, buyers, bid managers and site supervisors, across Ireland and the UK.