A Site Manager Engineering will manage part of a construction project; they also help with technical advice and supervise other members of staff. The work can be varied as projects can range from working on a large-scale housing estate to building a new shopping complex. Site engineers should understand the different needs projects have.
Key tasks of the job include:
- managing parts of construction projects
- overseeing building work
- undertaking surveys
- setting out sites and organising facilities
- supervising contracted staff
- ensuring projects meet agreed specifications, budgets or timescales
- liaising with clients, subcontractors and other professional staff
- checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings
- providing technical advice; problem solving
- ordering and negotiating the price of materials
- ensuring site safety.
Flexibility is important as contracts are often Long-term, and relocation may be necessary.
Typical employers of site engineers
- Civil engineering specialist contractors
- Building companies and contractors
- Public sector organisations – a few vacancies
To be a professionally qualified engineer you will need an accredited degree in construction, building, or civil/structural engineering and to study for a professional qualification.
To apply :
Please submit a cover letter and CV in English including other documents support and the names and contact details of 2 referees to email@example.com , or by hand deliver to CHL Industries” Office in Av. Presidente Nicolau Lobato, Ruko 2, Andar 3, Fatu-Hada, Dili, Phone No.: +670 333 1330. Note that only successful candidates will be contacted.
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Landline: +670 333 1330/ W: http://www.chl.org.au/tetum
Application deadline :