Site Engineers Vacancies for a reputable Interior design/ finishing firm.
As a site engineer, your input to construction projects will be technical, organizational and supervisory. You'll set out and determine the location for first fix installations, in walls, above ceiling and below ground, and will apply designs and plans to mark out the site. You'll also share responsibility for site security, health and safety and the organization and supervision of material and human resources.
Projects can range from small scale to multi-million pound ventures and may include civil, works. Working as part of the site management team, you'll work alongside and liaise with:
• Technical office
• construction managers
As a site engineer, you'll need to:
• act as the main technical adviser on a construction site for subcontractors, crafts people and operatives.
• set out, level and survey the site.
• do the required on-site quantity survey and send it for the technical office.
• check plans, drawings and quantities for accuracy of calculations.
• ensure that all materials used and work performed are in accordance with the specifications.
• oversee the selection and issue site requisition of different materials.
• agree a price for materials and make cost-effective solutions and proposals for the intended project.
• manage, monitor and interpret the contract design documents supplied by the client or the designer.
• liaise with any consultants, subcontractors, supervisors, planners and the general workforce involved in the project.
• liaise with the local authority (where appropriate to the project) to ensure compliance with local construction regulations and by-laws.
• communicate with clients and their representatives (architects, engineers and surveyors), including attending regular meetings to keep them informed of progress.
• day-to-day management of the site, including supervising and monitoring the site labor force and the work of any subcontractors.
• plan the work and efficiently organize the equipment and site facilities in order to meet agreed deadlines.
• oversee quality control and health and safety matters on site.
• prepare reports as required.
• resolve any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise.
What to expect:
• You'll be both on site “mainly” and office based. Site visits and inspections are conducted outside in all weathers and office facilities may be located in temporary buildings or converted premises.
• There are opportunities to work overseas for experienced engineers.
• A reasonable level of fitness and mobility is required, as the work can be physically demanding. Site inspections may involve climbing ladders or visiting areas of sites where access is difficult. Appropriate safety equipment, such as protective boots and headgear, must be worn on site.
Employers usually ask for a bachelor degree in applied arts, architecture or civil engineering discipline.
Minimum 3 years of experience in finishing works.
You will need to show evidence of the following:
• communication skills, written and oral, with the ability to liaise effectively with a range of other professionals, e.g. construction managers, quantity surveyors, subcontractors, architects, designers, other engineers.
• organization skills and a methodical approach to work.
• strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
• accuracy and attention to detail.
• negotiation skills.
• strong team-working skills.
• excellent IT skill “Auto Cad, Microsoft office programs, MS projects”.
• project-management skills.
• knowledge of relevant building and health and safety legislation.
• a driving license, which is usually needed.
Interested candidates can send their CV including a recent picture to Hassan@CDAstudio.net