Site Engineer

Contact Cian Kavanagh
  • Salary: €40,000 - €60,000 DOE
  • Location: IrelandLeinsterDublin
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Our client, is currently on the lookout for a Site Engineer in Dublin. The company in question are well-established top tier main contractor and work across a wide range of sectors. They have multiple high-profile projects commencing across Dublin, the successful candidate will be initially working on a large residential project. They are looking for an individual with relevant main contractor experience. This is a full time, permanent position, with great scope for career progression.

Responsibilities

  • Set out the works and ensure that foremen and operatives clearly understand the information provided
  • Disseminate information from drawings, specifications, etc. to foremen, operatives, subcontractors, so that they clearly understand what is required
  • Test materials as directed by your supervisor/line manager in accordance with the relevant specifications
  • all daily activities, relevant information and occurrences in your site diary
  • Record and report on work progress including that of subcontractors to your manager
  • Conduct your work in a safe manner and adhere to all Health & Safety regulations
  • Develop and maintain professional working relationships with all personnel.
  • Maximise profit through your day-to-day actions: good self-management, accuracy in own work, elimination of re-work
  • Follow directions and attend meetings as required

Requirements:

  • A third level qualification in Engineering
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in setting out or site engineer
  • Experience working with a main contractor preferred
  • Good understanding of Health, Safety and Environmental regulations
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Working knowledge in Microsoft Office, Project, PowerPoint etc.
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