Very few Irish Construction Companies can match the scale and quality of this Developer's current portfolio with current projects consisting of high end residential apartments and luxury housing developments across Leinster, including Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare with values ranging from €50m to over €100m.
They currently have an opening for a strong Site Engineer on a €multi-million residential development in Kildare.
Site Engineer Skills:
The Site Engineer role would suit an experienced individual with 4+ years residential / mixed development construction experience with an Engineering qualification. Residential experience is desirable.
As Site Engineer:
Responsibilities will include:
Developing strong relationships with sub-contractors and quality control for sub-contractor's work
Coordinating site drawings, maintaining site records,
Residential housing / apartments experience
Supervision and monitoring of ground works, concrete frame and civil engineering contractors
Overseeing setting out by subcontractors and mentoring Junior Engineers
An excellent package will be put in place for the successful candidate, with a basic salary of €55,000 – €60,000 (negotiable) + 10% bonus, pension, healthcare and gym membership, depending on experience.
How to Apply:
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The Breagh Team
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