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Civil Engineer- Marine Works

£40,000 - £55,000 per year
Closing date
Dec 14, 2022

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In a nutshell…

An amazing opportunity to join an engineering consultancy providing services worldwide. The company specializes in electrical and port and harbour engineering. This company has grown to now operate internationally from their key global office locations in the UK, Australia, India, Argentina, Jordan. Canada, Turkey, Liberia, and Gabon. They pride themselves on their success in designing and managing projects with the utmost commitment across a full range of services for their clients.

What's in it for you…
  • Company pension
  • 28 days holiday
  • Competitive salary

What we'd like from you…
  • Civil Engineering Qualification
  • 3 years' site experience working on large-scale construction projects
  • Dredging works experience
  • Experience with piles drilling/installation both on and offshore
  • Experience with concrete works and steelworks
  • Ability to understand drawings/construction specifications/design requirements
  • Administrative skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Fluency with Microsoft Office products

More information on the role…
  • Inspect pile driving and dredging works
  • Inspecting steelworks and concrete works carried out by contractors
  • Review and commenting on contractor technical submissions e.g., correspondence, design documents, risk assessments, method statements etc.
  • Attend and participate in onsite meetings
  • Ensure the contractors adhere to procedures set out in the testing plan and the H&S system
  • Provide input to daily/weekly/monthly reports prepared by the Site Engineer
  • Keep site diary, take photos and other site records

If this role sounds like something that interests you DON'T HESITATE, APPLY NOW
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