Job Description

Site Engineer & Senior Engineer(Building Projects)

Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland
€55,000 - €65,000 per annum
Permanent
Ref: jb.seng.wk17.var

Site Engineer & Senior Engineer(Building Projects)

Dublin, Kildare

€ Attractive Sal + Package (Benefits)

Required by leading developers & award winning main contractors to work on various building projects across Dublin in the Commercial, Residential (Housing), Data Centre, and Healthcare to the value of €100m.

You will have minimum of  two years’ experience of setting out and dealing with various trades on site coupled with a relevant qualification.

Previous employment with main contractor(s), developer(s) or large specialist subcontractors in Ireland, UK, or Overseas would be advantageous.

 Role

  • Management of sub-contractors including piling, RC Frame contractor.
  • Setting out, line, level plumb using Total Station / GPS.
  • Monitoring master programme with actual progress on site using MS Project, Primavera etc.
  • Reading bar bending schedules, managing concrete pours.
  • Ordering materials in conjunction with the construction programme.
  • Checking deliveries for quality, quantity etc.
  • Report to the Project Manager on a daily-basis

Knowledge/Skills/Qualifications

  • Degree in Civil Engineering or related discipline
  • 2+ years setting out experience
  • Previous Experience on large scale mixed-use development projects
  • Ability to effectively manage site programme and associated schedules to required deadlines 
  • Excellent Record Keeping skills coupled with the ability to effectively deal with design issues 
  • Thorough knowledge of computer and database applications such as Windows, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Microsoft Project/Powerproject etc.
  • Excellent People Management skills

Attractive packages on offer, as well as long-term projects in Kildare & West Dublin.

To register your interest please send CV to john.behan@icds.ie or call +353 (0)1 632 1200 for a confidential discussion.

 


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