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Associate / Associate Director Civil Engineering

Vox Network Consultants
Belfast, County Antrim
£70000 - £80000/annum
Closing date
Feb 1, 2023

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Firm, Consulting Engineering
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Associate / Associate Director Civil Engineering

My clients are one of the largest Engineering consultancies and have offices across UK, USA, Europe, Asia and MENA and they are in the market for an Associate / Associate Director to join their Civil Engineering Team.

Main Purpose of Position:

You will be working within the Civil Engineering team whose scope of project work includes:
Wastewater and water projects including treatment works, sewer networks, pumping stations and rising mains;
Drainage schemes;
Marine projects;
Flood risk and drainage assessment; and
Hydraulic and network modelling.

You will be expected to be involved in all project work stages from inception to completion including:
Feasibility studies and option appraisals;
Outline and detailed design;
Budget cost estimates;
Contract management;
Site supervision; and
Construction project management in the role of Project Manager under NEC ECC contracts.

You will:
Lead and expand the drainage and flooding team in the Belfast office, including leading business development;
Undertake a business development role to build on existing client relationships, establish and develop new opportunities;
Drive technical excellence in project delivery;
Manage members of the drainage and flooding team to ensure project delivery within agreed timescales and budgets;
Limits of Authority:

Expected to exercise a degree of autonomy in decision making related to the accomplishment of the team's objectives; and
Work unsupervised but under the direction of the office Civil and Structural Engineering Director.


Key Accountabilities:

You will be expected to
Comply with quality management and technical excellence systems and project procedures;
Assist in design reviews and verification checks, as required;
Ensure compliance with all legislation, regulations and site procedures or instructions;
Assist in the contract administration of projects and ensure that time and budgetary requirements are met; and
Liaise with clients, architects, contractors, Statutory Authorities, utility companies and other consultants, as required.
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

Essential Requirements:

Educated to degree level in Civil Engineering;
Chartered Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) or Engineers Ireland (IEI);
Experience in the use of Civil Engineering design software including AutoCAD, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Microdrainage WinDes and HEC-RAS and WINFAP-FEH;
Knowledge of Eurocodes, Specification For Highway Works, The Civil Engineering Specification For The Water Industry and Sewers For Adoption and their implementation;
Experience of and ability in working within project teams;
Excellent written and verbal communication skills; able to communicate with clients, architects, contractors, other consultants (at all levels), Statutory and Public Utility Companies such as Northern Ireland Water, Northern Ireland Environment Agency / Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, DfI Roads and DfI Rivers.
Desirable Requirements:

Experience working in a civil engineering consultancy environment;
Experience in the use of civil engineering design software including PDS Ground Modelling;
Experience in the use of the NEC suite of Conditions Of Contract;
Experience of working on Northern Ireland Water Framework Contracts; andExperience of working on site either with a contractor or consultant
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