Site Engineer

Negotiable

Dundee

posted 24 May 24

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Site Engineer

Negotiable

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About this role

Site Engineer
Search are looking for a well-organised site engineer with strong leadership skills to join a client's growing team. The site engineer's responsibilities include managing different parts of construction projects, supervising crew members, preparing estimates for time and material costs, completing quality assurance, observing health and safety standards, and compiling reports for different stakeholders. You should be able to work alongside various professionals and create work schedules that meet deadlines.
Site Engineer Responsibilities:
* Reporting project updates, milestones and potential risks to the project manager and key stakeholders.
* Drawing up work schedules and communicating any adjustments to crew members and clients.
* Analysing and interpreting engineering drawings, survey reports and other technical documentation to guide the construction process.
* Diagnosing and troubleshooting equipment as required.
* Organising materials and ensuring sites are safe and clean.
* Preparing cost estimates and ensuring appropriate materials and tools are available.
* Providing technical advice and suggestions for improvement on particular projects.
* Negotiating with suppliers and vendors to ensure the best contracts.
* Authorizing technical drawings and engineering plans.
* Gathering data, compiling reports and delivering presentations to relevant stakeholders.
* Delegating tasks and scheduling meetings and training sessions where required.
* Completing quality assurance and providing feedback to the team.
* Supervising and managing construction projects from start to finish, ensuring adherence to project plans and specifications.
* Providing technical guidance and expertise to resolve construction-related challenges.

Required skills and qualifications
* Experience as a site engineer, civil engineer or an equivalent role.
* Demonstrated proficiency in managing and supervising construction projects.
* Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, GIS, AutoCAD and other software.
* Ability to manage multiple construction projects at various stages of their lifecycle.
* Strong knowledge of construction methods, materials and regulations.
* Competent in assessing, interpreting and presenting survey reports and other critical data for stakeholders and shareholders.
* Excellent project management and organisational skills.
* Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities with effective communication.
* Ability to work effectively in a team and coordinate with multiple stakeholders.
* Attention to detail and a focus on delivering high-quality results.

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

  • Contract Type

    Permanent

  • Specialism

    Construction & Property

  • Working pattern

    Full Time

  • Job ref

    Req/646224

  • Expiry date

    23 June 2024

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