Construction Vacancies

Project Manager (Property Development)

Permanent
South Dublin, Ireland
Competitive salary

Project Manager (Developer) |Dublin & Leinster| €Six Fig + Executive Package Project Manager required for Tier 1 international property developer, with a planned development programme over several years to deliver thousands of hi-rise apartments, including PRS and MUD’s (Mixed Use Developments) across Dublin and the Leinster region. Ideal opportunity to become a senior member of this dynamic team who require your skills to deliver the above projects. Project Manager Duties: You will join a successful Development and Construction Team, reporting to the Directors and working on new build developments of major scale and magnitude. Working on projects from early concept stage through planning, design, main contractor appointment, construction management to completion and handover. Advise on engaging best quality consultants and contractors to ensure delivery of premium quality developments. With regular site visits, ensure projects are fully compliant with all statutory and regulatory building codes. Projects will be multi-phase to 100's of units including high-rise apartments and commercial developments. Project Manager Requirements: Third level degree in Project Management, Engineering, Quantity Surveying or Architecture. Several year’s experience of ‘client-side’ project management of large-scale developments. Proficient use of project management and collaborative software packages. Email barry.kelly@icds.ie or call in confidence on 086-232-5706 for a private discussion.

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Building Surveyor / Inspector

Permanent
Limerick, Ireland
Competitive salary

Our client is at the cutting edge when it comes diagnosing, treating and monitoring all damp, mould and water ingress issues in all types of buildings. they now seek a number of Building Surveyors to be based out of the Midlands in Ireland. Key Responsibilities • Carry out indepth onsite inspections. • Preparing comprehensive reports. • Keep all information updated on company systems. • Customer follow up where required. • Ability to communicate with clients. • Ability to sell onsite. • Ability to plan, manage and monitor surveys and works. • Liaise directly with Operations and Administration Divisions to schedule all surveys and works. • Ensure compliance with current Building Controls and Health and Safety regulations. • Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures. • Any other duties. Knowledge and Experience Required: • Building Surveyor with a minimum of 2-3 years onsite experience • Exceptional communication skills. • Sales experience is an advantage. • Accuracy and attention to detail. • Strong Organisational and administrative skills are essential. • Strong computer skills. Knowledge of Office 365 is essential. • Approachable and friendly communication manner. • Efficient time management. • Good understanding and knowledge of buildings must be evident. • Ability to work on own initiative. Essential Competencies • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Be receptive and respectful to the viewpoints and concerns of others. • Be adaptable and flexible and able to cope with an evolving role. • Be innovative and forward thinking. • Bring a positive and enthusiastic approach to the role. • Must at all times remember confidentiality is essential. • Have tact and diplomacy. Nationwide coverage will be required. Job Type: Full-time. The salary is negotiable. Branded company vehicle, laptop and company phone will be provided also. Contact Info: If you are interested in this role please send a CV to Stephen.Walsh@icdsuk.com or Call Stephen on 0208 861 7847. NO CV'S ARE SENT TO CLIENTS WITHOUT PRIOR CONSULTATION AND PERMISSION TO DO SO FROM THE CANDIDATE

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Building Surveyor

Permanent
Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland
Competitive salary

Our client is leading property surveying company who specialise within the diagnose, treatment and monitoring of all damp, mould and water ingress issues in all types of properties across Ireland. Due to an ever-growing demand for their services they are seeking talented Building Surveyor professionals to join the busy, dynamic team. Candidates must have a minimum of 2-3 years onsite Building Surveying experience. Full training will be provided. Key Responsibilities • Carry out in-depth onsite inspections. • Preparing comprehensive reports. • Keep all information updated on company systems. • Customer follow up where required. • Ability to communicate with clients. • Ability to sell onsite. • Ability to plan, manage and monitor surveys and works. • Liaise directly with Operations and Administration Divisions to schedule all surveys and works. • Ensure compliance with current Building Controls and Health and Safety regulations. • Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures. Knowledge and Experience Required: • Building Surveyor with a minimum of 2-3 years onsite experience • Exceptional communication skills. • Sales experience is an advantage. • Accuracy and attention to detail. • Strong Organisational and administrative skills are essential. • Strong computer skills. Knowledge of Office 365 is essential. • Approachable and friendly communication manner. • Efficient time management. • Good understanding and knowledge of buildings must be evident. • Ability to work on own initiative. Essential Competencies • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Be receptive and respectful to the viewpoints and concerns of others. • Be adaptable and flexible and able to cope with an evolving role. • Be innovative and forward thinking. • Bring a positive and enthusiastic approach to the role. • Must at all times remember confidentiality is essential. • Have tact and diplomacy. Nationwide coverage will be required. Job Type: Full-time. The salary is negotiable. Branded company vehicle, laptop and company phone will be provided. Due to their continued success there is huge scope in this role for personal growth. To register your interest please apply online or contact George at ICDS

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Town Planner - Galway

Permanent
Galway, Ireland
Competitive salary

Our client is a very well established planning and environmental consultancy since 2008, specialising in infrastructure, primarily renewable energy and wireless telecommunications. They operate across Ireland and the UK from offices in Galway and Liverpool. They have a relatively new and growing office in Galway which has a requirement for a Senior Planner. This is an excellent career opportunity for an ambitious suitable candidate as they are a small growing team, which offers a unique opportunity to have a very wide ranging role within the company as well as a genuine opportunity to grow your career rapidly within the company in the coming years. The role will involve managing a number of large scale renewable energy planning applications as well as overseeing the planning work of the in-house team, amongst many other tasks. The successful candidate will have: Minimum of 7 years post-graduate private/public sector experience A recognised (IPI or RTPI) planning qualification Excellent working knowledge of the Irish Planning system Meticulous attention to detail and excellent report writing skills Strong project management skills Excellent presentation and communications skills Experience in renewable energy Good analytical skills and IT competency Highly motivated and ambitious in fast paced working environment Multi-task different projects and work activities Work well with others internally and externally. An excellent package will be put in place for the successful candidate. If you’re interested in this role, please apply online or contact George at ICDS

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Town Planner

Permanent
Galway, Ireland
Competitive salary

Town Planner Galway €Neg Our client is a leading planning and environmental consultancy specialising in infrastructure, primarily renewable energy and wireless telecommunications. They operate across Ireland and UK and currently require a Senior Planner for their Galway office. The role will involve managing a number of large scale renewable energy planning applications as well as overseeing the planning work of the in-house team. The successful candidate will have: • Minimum of 5 years post-graduate private/public sector experience; • A recognised (IPI or RTPI) planning qualification; • Excellent working knowledge of the Irish Planning system • Meticulous attention to detail and excellent report writing skills; • Strong project management skills • Experience in renewable energy • Good analytical skills and IT competency Key Responsibilities; Write and lead on planning applications/EIA Project manage multi-disciplinary teams of professionals; Effective client liaison at all stages of projects; Undertaking background research, desk studies, site visits and preparing planning and environmental assessments and reports; Working collaboratively with clients, colleagues and external consultants; Ability to analyse planning policy and make recommendations to clients and colleagues; Liaising with Planning Authorities and other statutory bodies Attendance at meetings with clients, project teams and other stakeholders. To register your interest, please forward your CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call 01-632-1200 to discuss.

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