Are you a recently qualified civil engineer looking for a role with one of Irelands leading Main Contractors? You could be kick-starting your career as a graduate site engineer with one of the country's most progressive construction company's on €Multi-Million Residential projects in Kildare.
4 Key Benefits:
Fast paced career progression
Mon-Fri Working Week
Long term work in Kildare
Competitive graduate package
Graduate Engineer Skills:
The Graduate Engineer role would suit a driven, hard working graduate preferably with placement experience with a Main Contractor / Sub Contractor.
Familiar with setting out
An ability to achieve demanding time and quality targets.
To have good spoken and written communication skills
To be methodical, pay attention to detail and be accurate
To be good at working with people at all levels and willing to work in a team.
To be self-motivated with ability to work on own initiative
As Graduate Engineer:
You will be reporting to and working closely with the Senior Engineer, driving the project through to successful completion, on time, within budget and to the highest standards as required.
An excellent package will be put in place for the successful candidate of €30,000 – €35,000 depending on experience, and the opportunity to work on some of the biggest residential projects in Kildare.
How to apply:
If you’re interested in this role, click ‘Apply’ to forward an up-to-date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, call us now on 00353(0)15314345.
The Breagh Team
Breagh Recruitment are the go to specialist construction and engineering recruitment consultants across the UK and Ireland, with an ethos based on flexibility, hard work and a bit of good old common sense. We live within these core values servicing our clients and candidates on a daily basis.
Key roles we recruit for include: Health & Safety managers, project managers, construction managers, site engineers, quantity surveyors, civil engineers, site agents, estimators, buyers, bid managers and site supervisors, across Ireland and the UK.