Project Site Engineer vacancy in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Project Site Engineer required in Dubai
JOB REQUIREMENTS – PROJECT SITE ENGINEER
A minimum of 6 years Gulf experience in the construction industry.
Able to execute projects independently.
Only candidates with a bachelors degree required.
Excellent leadership skills.
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Inspecting the site area to identify specific requirements
Making work schedules and assigning duties
Ensure compliance to industry standards.
Monitor project progress and staff performance.
Additional Information – Project Site Engineer
A site engineer offers advice in the planning, co-ordination and supervision of technical aspects of construction projects. A site engineer’s role is vital to a construction project: they have a number of responsibilities including solving technical issues, providing advice, management and preparing reports.
The role of site engineer and what exactly they do varies enormously from project to project – a housing development, for example, will have very different needs to a shopping centre. But most site engineer jobs will include technical, supervisory and organisational elements.
Projects can be small-scale or multi-million pound affairs. As a site engineer, you could be working on road, civil, rail or other infrastructure projects, based anywhere in the UK.
A site engineer is part of the site management team, and takes some of the responsibility for security, health and safety, and organizing and supervising materials and people. Site engineers mark out the site, make sure designs are applied correctly and liaise with main and sub-contractors and the site manager. Regular liaison with the client, its representatives, and any consultants is another key part of the job.
Site engineers act as day-to-day managers on a construction site, and the main source of technical advice and quality control for everyone working on it. The role also involves levelling and surveying a site, checking drawings and quantities and ensuring the accuracy of calculations.
A site engineer will plan the work to be done and organise things so that deadlines are met. If technical or any other problems crop up, it is up to the site engineer to resolve them.