Construction Vacancies

Buyer - Groundworks - Kildare

Permanent
Kildare, Ireland
Competitive salary

Buyer – Groundworks – Kildare A great opportunity awaits a candidate to join a highly successful Groundworks contractor, as a Buyer. This role will suit a Civils’ background and is based in Kildare. You will have a vital part to play in helping ensure the profitability of contracts as you will be responsible for ensuring that the most cost‐effective and appropriate materials are purchased. You will also be required to manage and monitor stationary, mobile phones and vehicle/fleet orders for staff and departments. This role involves having an eye for detail, accuracy and good knowledge of construction and civil engineering material and equipment. Although the role is based at Head Office, you may need to travel to different sites as and when required. JOB DESCRIPTION • Ensure the adherence to and development of procedures & systems for the internal ordering of materials and goods from sites and locations. • Ensure company compliance with relevant procurement and environmental legislation in regards to purchasing and management of goods from sustainable sources and items that fall under COSHH regulations; • Inputting the internal orders of materials and goods from sites and locations to the central procurement office • Provide procurement support to site teams with regard to availability and type of materials and goods available in the market place based against site requirements and best practise cost control • Provides management support and direction to the Procurement Manager; • Job Type: Full-time To register your interest please apply online or contact Andreea @ ICDS Recruitment.

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Buyer - Groundworks

Permanent
Kildare, Ireland
Competitive salary

A great opportunity awaits a candidate to join a highly successful Groundworks contractor, as a Buyer. This role will suit a Civil's background and is based in Kildare. You will have a vital part to play in helping ensure the profitability of contracts as you will be responsible for ensuring that the most cost‐effective and appropriate materials are purchased. You will also be required to manage and monitor stationary, mobile phones and vehicle/fleet orders for staff and departments. This role involves having an eye for detail, accuracy and good knowledge of construction and civil engineering material and equipment. Although the role is based at Head Office, you may need to travel to different sites as and when required. JOB DESCRIPTION Ensure the adherence to and development of procedures & systems for the internal ordering of materials and goods from sites and locations. Ensure company compliance with relevant procurement and environmental legislation in regards to purchasing and management of goods from sustainable sources and items that fall under COSHH regulations; Inputting the internal orders of materials and goods from sites and locations to the central procurement office Manages the goods receiving into the financial system of all materials and goods, for both warehouse stock and direct delivery to sites and locations, incorporating the raising of purchase orders, allocation of internal sales orders, receipt of stock into free stock, stock adjustments, credit notes etc... Provide procurement support to site teams with regard to availability and type of materials and goods available in the market place based against site requirements and best practise cost control Management of supplier database and records relating to 3rd party suppliers Interface with Accounts payable to ensure accurate, authorised and timely payment of supplier invoices and receipt of credit notes Ensure the accurate, pre-authorised and timely payment of supplier invoices and receipt of credit notes; Provides management support and direction to the Procurement Manager; Job Type: Full-time Job Location: Kildare For additional information on this particular role and a confidential discussion about similar opportunities, please do not hesitate to contact Stephen Walsh on: 0044 208 861 7847 / 0044 7793 248 204 or e-mail your CV in the strictest confidence through the link provided or to Stephen.Walsh@icdsuk.com.

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Senior Quantity Surveyor (Cost Planning)

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
€75,000 - €90,000 per annum

Senior Quantity Surveyor (Cost Planning) Dublin City €Neg + Excellent Package (Bonus, pension, Flexible conditions) Required for new homes developer who active on 10+ sites across Dublin which will, which will deliver over 4,000 new homes to the market. They now require a Senior Quantity Surveyor/Cost Planner to assist in the provision of quantity surveying services, pre-construction duties, Value Engineering, Feasibility, budgets. This role is diverse and will include interpreting information from live and completed projects, along with the measurement of planned works to help robustly project construction costs for upcoming and prospective projects. It will also involve contributing to the decision-making process driving key project decisions at various stages through acquisition and design development. The role comes with flexible working conditions. Key responsibilities Preparation of cost plans from early feasibility through to detailed budget ready for handover to project team. Taking off Quantities to create Bills of Quantities for upcoming developments, interpreting those BOQ’s to provide site teams with working documents and budgets. Produce cut and fill information using mudshark software system for detailed budget and subcontractor procurement . Produce Bill of Quantities for each current house type and update rates to current procurement rates on an ongoing basis. Participation in design team meetings through the design phases offering cost advice to ensure the financial viability of the project without compromising the design. Ensure that the design team stay cognisant of the most efficient unit types, unit and project layouts and building materials when progressing a scheme design. Liaison with project delivery teams ensuring construction budgets for upcoming developments are robust. Liaising with the sales teams to ensure specifications and budgets properly reflect the market expectations of each project. Interrogation of current project exit costs to ensure real time cost data is informing new projects. Development / maintenance of a databank of construction costs to assist the ongoing Cost Estimation and Financial Appraisal process.. Attend meetings and undertake site visits. The candidate; Post-Graduate experience in PQS or Contractors office. An ability to achieve demanding time and quality targets. Good IT skills with competency at Buildsoft-Cubit, Cost-ex or equivalent, Microsoft Word and Excel To register your interest, please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call 01-632-1200

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Senior Quantity Surveyor - Cost Planning - Dublin

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
Competitive salary

Senior Quantity Surveyor – Cost Planning (Developer) – Dublin A prestigious developer based in the Dublin area are currently expanding their team and they are in need of a well-qualified Senior Quantity Surveyor to operate within their Cost Planning team. Key responsibilities • Produce Bill of Quantities for each current house type and update rates to current procurement rates on an ongoing basis. • Participation in design team meetings through the design phases offering cost advice to ensure the financial viability of the project without compromising the design. • Ensure that the design team stay cognisant of the most efficient unit types, unit and project layouts and building materials when progressing a scheme design. • Liaison with project delivery teams ensuring construction budgets for upcoming developments are robust. • Liaising with the sales teams to ensure specifications and budgets properly reflect the market expectations of each project. • Interrogation of current project exit costs to ensure real time cost data is informing new projects. The candidate • Post-Graduate experience in PQS or Contractors office. • An ability to achieve demanding time and quality targets. • Good IT skills with competency at Buildsoft-Cubit, Cost-ex or equivalent, Microsoft Word and Excel • A willingness to attend training and to develop relevant knowledge, techniques and skills. • To be able to co-ordinate a number of different projects at the same time. The role comes with flexible working conditions. To register your interest please apply online or contact Andreea @ ICDS Recruitment.

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Supply Chain Manager - Construction - Cork

Permanent
Cork, Ireland
Competitive salary

Supply Chain Manager – Construction - Cork New opportunity to join a large building main contractor with operations in both Ireland and the UK. They require an experienced Supply Chain Manager to join their team in the Cork area. Key Responsibilities • Working openly & collaboratively with business units, procurement colleagues and the supply chain • Research and analyse key supply chain markets and appraisal of Vendor Capabilities, including Financials, Capacity, H&S, and promote adoption of lean processes as required. • Drive compliance and measure the use of the Preferred Supply Chain across projects. • Resolve any “day to day” service issues to ensure minimal disruption to construction process • Review and enhance product and service offerings of preferred supply chain agreements in line with changing demands of business units. • Establish and managing effective supplier performance feedback process across the business etc. Experience & Skills • Proven experience of delivering strategic procurement support or solutions to a business or operating division. • Strong commercial / financial aptitude and negotiation capability • Good working knowledge of Procurement tools, systems and processes. • Proficient in Coins, Excel, Power point, Visio and Share point. • IIPMM, CIPS, RICS, SCSI Qualified or equivalent. To register your interest please apply online or contact Andreea @ ICDS Recruitment.

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Health, Safety & Risk Manager - Civil Engineering

Permanent
Denmark
Competitive salary

Health, Safety & Risk Manager – Civil Engineering – Denmark Our Client is a JV of 2 Worldwide leading main contractors with turnovers in the €billions. They are overseeing the prestigious new Metro project (“Cityringen”) which consists of the construction of 5km of twin-tube metro tunnels including two cross passages and the first stage concrete as well as five new underground stations and several shafts, ramps, boxes and other structures in the south of Copenhagen. They have an urgent requirement for a Risk Manager to manage project risks (time, economy and damage to workers and third parties) and develop the overall process for both construction and enterprise risk. Main tasks include: • develop and implement a systematic Risk Management System • continuously plan risk management activities • support management and staff in all risk management activities • co-ordinate all safety activities within the contract, including sub-suppliers • support the CSM process for works adjacent to other railways in operation • liaise with the Technical Safety Manager about risks for the above mentioned works • establish and maintain risk related documentation • monitor compliance to the risk management system organize information and training in risk management The ideal candidate will be degree qualified (Civil Engineering, Health & Safety, or similar) with at least 5 -10 years’ experience within Risk Management ideally gained on major civil engineering/infrastructure projects. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a genuine market leader working on one of the most high-profile projects in Europe. To register your interest please apply online or contact George @ ICDS

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Setting Out Engineer (leading contractor)

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
€40,000 - €50,000 per annum

Setting Out Engineer (Tier-1 contractor) Dublin City €40-50K+ Package Setting out Engineer is required to join one of Ireland’s largest main contractors’ who are working on projects up to €300m. The successful engineer will be working on a landmark projects in the commercial, hotel, data centre, and residential sectors. The successful engineer will have some site experience, and will be looking to develop their career. Some training can be provided. Main Responsibilities: Setting out for foundationds, Piles, slabs, drainage, using LEICA, Trimble, or similar Overseeing quality control and the implementation of the companies of health & safety policy The work will include taking levels for the construction of a structural steel frame, finishing concrete, drainage, services and roadways etc. Site supervision of various trades and contractors Good Health and Safety management and plans Check plans and drawings to ensure all calculations are accurate Making sure the work performed and materials used are as specified in the contract Liaising with subcontractors, clients and other professional staff Education / Experience: A minimum of 1 years’ site experience Operational knowledge of current Health & Safety regulations Excellent communication and planning skills IT literate with a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office packages and AutoCAD To register your interest click apply or call John on +353 (0)1 632 1200 for more.

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