Construction Vacancies

HSEQ Advisor (Utilities)

Permanent
Limerick, Ireland
Competitive salary

HSEQ Advisor (Utilities) Dublin North €Neg + Transport Our client is a leading contractor who is currently undertaking a large infrastructure/utilities project in Limerick The ideal candidate will have experience in utilities sector, but candidates from the civils/construction industry will also be considered for the role. Job Description Carry out daily site safety inspections and site safety audits and action any issues that may arise Ensure contractor and company employees’ safety documentation is in order, safety training is up to date and valid for work been carried out. Contractor’s machinery is certified and relevant documentation is completed daily and weekly. Accompany client’s health and safety team on weekly audits and action audit reports. Compile job specific method statements in conjunction with engineers and develop risk assessments Develop site specific safety statements. Ensure job safety packs are updated and relevant documentation has been signed off by contractors and company employees. Update and review risk assessments on an ongoing basis Compile and carry out toolbox talks where necessary Welfare and Hygiene facilities are in place managed and maintained Manage accident and incident investigations and compile relevant reports Job specific PPE is in place and records maintained. Attend weekly meetings with clients and action any health and safety issues that may arise. Develop emergency plans and procedures, safe systems of work plans, permits to work Compile environmental risk assessments and develop environmental management plans Carry out daily dust inspection and compile reports. Compile and review noise, vibration and dust reports, carry out noise and vibration monitoring if required. Carry out weekly environmental audits of sites and action any issues that may arise Ensure contractors and company employees comply with the environmental management plans, policies and procedures Compile monthly environmental reports. Accompany client environmental auditors around site and action environmental issues which may arise. Requirement Degree qualified Good knowledge of HSEQ management systems and a strong technical writing ability. The successful candidate is expected to be able to foster a vibrant HSEQ culture in the various sites which will require excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Strong background in safety management in the gas industry. Attractive package on offer for suitable candidate. To register your interest please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call +353 (0)1 632 1200 for more.

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Health and Safety Officer (Residential)

Permanent
Dublin, Ireland
Competitive salary

Health and Safety Officer (Residential) North Dublin €Neg Required for site-based role on a large residential development in North Dublin. Plan, implement, monitor and review construction projects using protective and preventative measures in place as part of the companies’ health and safety management system. The successful candidate will deal with all health & safety issues in a professional, efficient and confidential manner, ensuring that any non-compliance is immediately acted upon and appropriate personnel and external bodies are informed as necessary in a timely manner. Will primarily be responsible for ensuring that all safety legislation is adhered to and all policies and practices adopted are legally compliant. Reporting directly to the EH+S Manager, the Health & Safety Officer will join the current team to provide expert knowledge and skills in order to generate and promote a positive health and safety culture within the company. Key Tasks Effective implementation of the Company’s Health & Safety management system including compliance with both legal and company health & safety requirements Carry out hazard analysis and risk assessments on specific safety procedures on site. Establish close links with the management team and incorporate safe operational procedures which identify and take account of all relevant risks and hazards and ensure contractors comply with agreed methods of work Investigate accidents and near misses, complete detailed reports and ensure corrective action is implemented in a detailed and timely manner Carry out regular safety audits/site inspections to check policies and procedures are being properly implemented in all areas and ensure any corrective actions recommended are implemented Take part in leading in-house health and safety training and briefing to employees and managers and ensure appropriate records are maintained. Ensure all employees have access to and wear all appropriate PPE. as set out in project commencement briefing Manage meetings with Safety Representatives Committee, produce minutes and action items Ensure statutory inspections are carried out and records maintained and that all monthly KPI H&S statistics are completed and communicated in a timely manner. Keep up to date with new legislation and maintain a working knowledge of all Health and Safety Authority (HSA) legislation and any developments that affect the company. Position Requirements Minimum 2 Years’ experience in a similar role in the construction industry Working knowledge and experience of implementing and managing Hazard Identification and Risk Management processes on a large construction development IOSH membership preferable To register your interest, please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call 01-632-1200

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Senior Quantity Surveyor (Civil/Groundworks)

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
€0.00 - €70,000 per annum

Senior Quantity Surveyor (Civil/Groundworks) Dublin City €Neg Required for leading residential developer in Dublin. Role will involve assisting in the provision of quantity surveying services for post-contract duties on a large-scale residential development. Multiple projects scheduled to commence in the Greater Dublin area will offer ambitious team members the opportunity to assume new challenges and increase their scope of responsibilities. Key responsibilities Preparation of procurement documents for all Civils across all Housing Projects All elements of Tendering, appointments and contract Administration for Civil Engineering and Groundworks Contractors Managing subcontract packages and overseeing payments to subcontractors, suppliers and consultants along with normal QS duties Specific experience of working in large Civil Engineering projects, including Bridges & D&B projects Experience of dealing and liaising with Utility providers including, ESB, Irish Water, Bord Gais etc Experience of Principal civils methods of measurement and standard specifications – including ARM, CESMM and NRA/TII documents. Challenge the design team in respect of all aspects of Civil Engineering designs Undertake monthly internal valuations and production of monthly cost reports for Civils packages Reporting on budgets and variations. Requirements 7-10+ yrs. Post-Graduate experience in PQS or Civil Contractors office. An ability to achieve demanding time and quality targets. Good IT skills with competency at Build soft, Cost-ex or equivalent, Mudshark, Microsoft Word and Excel A willingness to attend training and to develop relevant knowledge, techniques and skills. Contact john.behan@icds.ie for more info or call 016321200

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Property Manager Commercial

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
Competitive salary

Facilities / Property Mananger / Property Management / Facilities Management / Commercial Property Reporting to the Head of Property Management, the Senior Property Manager will work as a key member of the portfolio management team, managing a portfolio which extends to over 5 million sq ft. Responsibilities: • Responsible for the day-to-day management of properties within the portfolio; • Liaising with tenants, co-owners, agents and advisors; • Collection of rents, service charges, insurance premiums, etc.; • Responsibility for risk management and compliance with statutory obligations; • Maintaining detailed tenancy records and regular review of lease diary events; • Implementing leasing and rent review strategies; • Regular building inspections; • Ensuring best practice energy management strategies are in place for all buildings; • Liaising with the projects team on refurbishments and new developments. Personal Profile: • Previous relevant experience (at least 10 years) in large scale commercial property management; • Experience and knowledge of commercial property management methodologies; • Proven ability to engage and influence at all levels; • Pro-active with strong analytical skills and attention to detail; • Excellent communication skills; • Third level qualification with SCSI/RICS accreditation; • IT literate with proficiency in MS Office. If you are a Property Manager / Senior Facilities Manager looking to explore your options, please apply online or contact Stephen at ICDS on 0208 861 7847 / Stephen.Walsh@icdsuk.com Facilities / Property Mananger / Property Management / Facilities Management / Commercial Property

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Property Manager

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
Competitive salary

Senior Property Manager Dublin City €Neg + attractive package Required for leading real estate company based in Dublin City who have acquired a large portfolio of properties. Portfolio consists of commercial real estate including offices, retail and logistical assets. Reporting to the Head of Property Management, the Senior Property Manager will work as a key member of the portfolio management team, managing a large portfolio of properties. Responsibilities Responsible for the day-to-day management of properties within the COMPANY portfolio Liaising with tenants, co-owners, agents and advisors Collection of rents, service charges, insurance premiums, etc. Responsibility for risk management and compliance with statutory obligations Maintaining detailed tenancy records and regular review of lease diary events Implementing leasing and rent review strategies Regular building inspections Ensuring best practice energy management strategies are in place for all buildings Liaising with the projects team on refurbishments and new developments. Requirements Previous relevant experience (at least 10 years) in large scale commercial property management Experience and knowledge of commercial property management methodologies Proven ability to engage and influence at all levels Pro-active with strong analytical skills and attention to detail Excellent communication skills Third level qualification with SCSI/RICS accreditation IT literate with proficiency in MS Office. Attractive remuneration package including bonus, pension and private health insurance. To register your interest, please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call 01-632-1200

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Building Services Engineer

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
Competitive salary

Building Services Engineer (Senior) Dublin & Waterofrd €Neh+ Package Required for hotel & pharma projects for a leading main contractor undertaking landmark projects nationwide. The Services coordinator will stem from a main contracting or large subcontractor background. They have gained an excellent reputation for being one of Irelands best construction employers delivering great benefits including highly competitive salaries and further training opportunities. Responsibilities include: M&E Coordinator required for a Top Tier Main Building Contractor to work on a large-scale project in Longford. Our client has a diverse portfolio of work with expertise in Healthcare, Education, Residential, Refurbishment, Hospitality, Commercial, Pharmaceutical and Industrial sectors. The ideal M&E Coordinator will already have worked in a project on major building projects in Ireland, UK or overseas. Role: Review M&E design information at tender stage and undertake a full design gap analysis to advise the bidding team of any design shortfalls. Monitor, co-ordinate and control the flow of M&E design information to ensure the timely release of information for construction activities. Ensure M&E information released for construction has been reviewed by all interface designers and construction team and amended/approved prior to issue for construction and is in line with the specification/ contract. Maintain and update variation logs. Check for discrepancies between project drawings and technical specifications. Requirements: Degree qualified in Building Services, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering. Graduate to 3 years’ experience of working in Building Services. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Knowledge and experience of Revit/BIM. Must be energetic, proactive and demonstrate a strong track record with excellent references. Great benefits package Company vehicle / travel allowance Requirements 3+ years' industry experience. A background in M&E. H&S awareness. Excellent communication skills A Mechanical, Electrical, Building Services degree or similar To register your interest please send CV in Word to john.behan@icds.ie or call +353 (0)1 632 1200 for more

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Health & Safety Officer (Kinnegad)

Permanent
Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland
Competitive salary

Health & Safety Officer Kinnegad Neg + Package To efficiently and effectively provide professional opinion, knowledge and expertise in the management of the health and safety programme while ensuring compliance to all Health & Safety legislation. Key Tasks Advise senior managers, including board directors on all aspects of health and safety, ensuring updates on current practices, legislation, directives, codes of practice, and relevant case law. Ensure compliance with all current legislation in relation to health and safety in the workplace, and to provide updates on legislation and regulations to companies as appropriate. Provide model health and safety policies and procedures, which takes into account changes in the legislation (primary and secondary), and which can be used as an effective base for company specific health and safety management systems. Assist and advise the Company Directors on a health and safety specific training plan for each level of post with the companies and for this to be used by the Company based health and safety representatives as a training template. Manage the health and safety management system. Highlight the legal responsibilities and operational duties by which company health and safety representatives will work to in the efficient management of health and safety within each company. To assume the role of internal health and safety auditor, reporting to the senior management team on the work of the Health and Safety co-ordinates; including timely audits, and compliance with the health and safety policies and procedures – reporting any issues to the Company Directors in a timely and appropriate fashion. Submit a detailed monthly Health and Safety audit report to the senior management team, highlighting areas of strength and weakness, proposing refinements to the Health and Safety system and highlighting any infringements of the health and safety legislation and outline corrective action. In order to build the health and safety reputation of the company, attendance at external bodies and company related associations will be essential. Use of this information will ensure that health and safety policy and procedure remains consistent with the sector norms. Advising on a range of specialist areas, e.g. fire regulations, hazardous substances, noise, safeguarding machinery and occupational diseases. Deliver training modules (safety communication) to all levels of the Organisation for example “Tool Box Talks” Safety communications: designing, communicating and administering safety communications. E.g. safety posters, safety alerts, updating notice-boards, etc. Challenging our Health and Safety culture, e.g. questioning the learning from Toolbox Talks. Assisting with initial stages of accident and incident investigation Following up on safety concerns, closing out on safety concerns, running monthly reports on the status of safety concerns Administration of training documentation and updating the company's health and safety statement Participating in special health and safety projects, E.g. Entering and achieving health and safety awards Administration of the requirements for OHSAS 18001, E.g. Documenting To register your interest, please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call 01-632-1200

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Planner - Civil Engineering - Munster

Permanent
Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Competitive salary

Our client are a leading Civil Engineering Company with over 50 years of experience in their sector. They are looking to hire a Planner to join their team overseeing civil engineering projects in Munster. Job Description: The successful Planner will: Ensure that full suite of integrated and coordinated design, procurement and construction programs are prepared in conjunction and agreement with design, procurement and construction disciplines within the project team. Contribute to input on the Risk Register, on all aspects related with the project performance, and will lead the elaboration of the migration plans to arrest any deviation Responsibilities: Provide a full suite of integrated and coordinated design, procurement and construction programs for the project including resource requirements and histograms where appropriate. Ensure that all programs meet the requirements of and are compliant with the contract and the overall target design, procurement and construction program Ensure that all programs reflect the developed scope of work agreed by the project team Provide feedback on the effects of change, variations or delays including forecasting and communicating the effects of such changes and the evaluation of options to deal with such changes. This will include the implementation of recovery programs and planned mitigation measures. Monitor progress on all programs to provide information on the status of the project with regard to the percentage of work done against planned. Programs should be prepared using Primavera software to their maximum potential. Contribute to HSE Management on Site Analyse Construction Output against costs. Job Requirements: Working stability in first class construction or engineering companies Experience working on large civil engineering projects Experience in Design and Build Experience in Building SOLO. Proficiency in Primavera or similar software and be able to integrate in BIM 4D would be an advantage Dynamic and hands on To register your interest please apply online or contact George at ICDS

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Planning Engineer (Consultancy)

Permanent
Dublin City Centre, County Dublin
Competitive salary

Planning Engineer (Consultancy) Dublin, Europe €Neg We are looking to recruit a planning engineer, with 3-5 years’ experience to join a leading planning consultant who works with prestigious contractors In Dublin, Sweden, & the Middle East. You will have the opportunity to work on exciting and interesting cross sector projects, in Ireland and abroad. We pride ourselves on being innovative and at the cutting edge of planning. We are keen that our construction planner has the same drive and determination that we have, to become one of Europe’s leading planning service providers. This position will suit a candidate who is looking for variety, who is keen to work with the industry’s leading contractors and who is looking for an opportunity to further their career with a growing organization. Key Responsibilities: Develop bid programmes to support and compliment bid submissions Develop detailed master construction programmes Develop project controls procedures Prepare and manage progress reports Develop method statements Account management of existing clients Business development activities with new clients Requirements for this position Minimum Qualification: Degree in Engineering / Construction Management 3-5 years relevant experience in the construction Industry, preferably main contractor experience Experienced in programming software and BIM would be an advantage Likes autonomy, is pro-active and results driven. This position will require approximately 20% travel To register your interest, please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call 01-632-1200

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