Site Engineer

Location:

Clare, Ballina, Carlow & Maynooth

ROLE:
Graduate Site Engineer

DUTIES:
You will report directly to a Site Manager/Project Manager overseeing a full site team and associated subcontractors assisting in the safe, timely execution of the works in accordance with the project budgetary, programme and quality requirements.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

General

  • Day-to-day management of the site, including supervising and monitoring the site labour force and the work of subcontractors

Health and Safety

  • Ensure that the works are delivered in the safest manner possible, with the support of the Site Manager, EHS Advisor and Contracts Manager, in accordance with all legislative requirements
  • Ensure contractors on site execute works as per their approved method statement & risk assessment
  • Assisting the Site Manager or Site Foreman in giving daily site briefings to the workforce prior to starting work. This is vital to ensure interface risks between subcontractors are safely managed
  • Ensure the highest standards of housekeeping are maintained
  • Reporting of all safety incidents and/or accidents to the Safety Advisor & Company Directors in strict accordance with company protocols
  • Prepare method statements and risk assessments for construction activities as required
  • Help the company achieve our goal of Zero Harm on all our worksites to all our workers and third parties we interface with

 

Technical/Quality

  • Carrying out setting out and surveying activities for various building trades using robotic total station and dumpy level
  • Ensuring that the project is delivered snag free to the satisfaction of the Client
  • Coordinate and liaise with Contracts Manager, Site Engineers and Services Coordinator to ensure that all subcontractors and site personnel have timely and accurate information
  • Resolving any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise from revised details issued or from situations as they arise on site
  • Assisting the Site Manager with college/university won technical knowledge for subcontractors, crafts people and operatives
  • Ensuring that all materials used, and work performed are as per specification and drawing requirements
  • Ensuring that all subcontractors execute their works as per their approved Inspection and Testing Plans and sign off inspection records as required
  • Managing and maintaining the RFI register on site
  • Managing and maintaining the submittals register on site

Management

  • Act as a point of contact on site for day to day Client and designer liaison
  • Liaising with any consultants, subcontractors, supervisors, planners, quantity surveyors and the general workforce involved in the project to ensure timely successful completion
  • Manage requisition process for all materials and plant on site
  • Being familiar with the contract documents supplied by the Client/architect
  • Monitor progress against the Contract Programme and escalate any delays or risk of delay to the Site Manager to mitigate
  • Assist in the production and revision of the contract and sub-programmes with the Contracts Manager & Planner
  • Ensure plant, labour and materials records are issued to Head Office on a weekly basis
  • Ensure company owned plant and equipment is maintained in good working order
  • Act in a courteous and professional manner at all times while protecting the position of the business

How to apply:

Please forward your CV with the position you are applying for stated in the subject line to:

 

hr@kilcawleyconstruction.com

 

Kilcawley Construction & Civil Engineering (Sligo) Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.

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