Mechanical Engineer – Greater Dublin Region
The Mechanical Engineer assists in the planning and coordination of all mechanical activities; is responsible for enforcing consistent standards and helps ensure on time handover of projects to clients.
• Assist in the management of projects from tender to client handover.
• Assist in the production of coordinated system drawings, plans through CAD and/or BIM.
• Identify Mechanical equipment requirements.
• Select plant and equipment to meet specifications.
• Prepare detailed technical submittals for approval.
• Vendor / Contractor management.
• Prepare Test Packs and work with QA/QC to ensure that all mechanical construction works are carried out in accordance with specifications.
• Consider the implications of issues such as cost, safety and time constraints.
• Interface with clients, vendors, client project management and other disciplines ensuring the highest level of service is provided.
• Engage with commissioning teams to ensure handover is planned from construction phase and managed smoothly.
Qualifications / Skills
• Mechanical Engineering qualification.
• 5 to 10 years’ experience as a Mechanical Engineer.
• Degree in a Construction Discipline/QS
• Data Centre and Process experience is desirable.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability and confidence to deal with a broad range of people.
• Organised individual with a constant focus and attention to detail.
• Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
• Ability to meet strict deadline and work under pressure.
• Excellent IT skills.
Mechanical Project Manager – Greater Dublin Region
With the support of the Regional Director, independently manage either a single large project or several medium/small projects. Ensure that company / project QA/QC procedures are implemented, ensure that project team is well informed, motivated and working effectively and efficiently, keep project on schedule, keep control of man-hours / overtime, keep track of efficiency / productivity, issue weekly and monthly reports, maintain project files, monitor extra work and claims, compile close-out reports and oversee archiving of project files.
DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES
• Ensure the successful execution of assigned projects.
• Be commercially and contractually aware and understand the scope, restraints and responsibilities of contracts entered into by the company.
• Establish project resource requirements and lead / motivate the project team.
• Day to day management of subcontractors and site team.
• Evaluate subcontractors and suppliers performance against their scope of supply.
• Work continuously to ensure project margins are achieved and/or enhanced and accurately reported.
• Maintain a balance between schedule and available resources.
• Responsible for all Health, Safety and Environmental controls on assigned projects. Maintain standards of safety and comply with the Company Health, Safety & Environment procedures. Take reasonable care of one’s own health and safety and that of others in the workplace.
• Follow and maintain Company standards of Quality in accordance with Company Quality Systems.
• Interact with the Client / Senior Management to ensure customer satisfaction at all times.
• From time to time undertake some duties, not necessarily associated with a particular project but may include site visits, business development proposals.
QUALIFICATIONS / SKILLS
• 6-10 years’ Project Management/Senior Engineering experience.
• A relevant third level qualification would be an advantage but not essential.
• Commercial awareness essential.
• Client facing experience essential.
• Data Centre and Process experience is desirable.
• Good understanding/experience of project controls and governance through the full project lifecycle.
• Ability to work to tight deadlines.
• Organisational skills.
• Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills.
• Excellent analytical and numerical skills.
• Problem solving skills.
• Ability to manage and motivate teams.
• Good commercial awareness.
• Ability to motivate people.
• Excellent IT skills.
Mechanical Supervisor – Dublin Region
Permanent opportunity as a Mechanical Supervisor. You will be responsible for leading and managing several teams, initially on our project located in Ringsend, Dublin 4, which will be a minimum of 1 year.
MAIN OBJECTIVES AND DUTIES
• Maintain standards of safety and comply with company Health, Safety and Environmental Management System requirements (see full safety responsibilities below).
• Ensure the timely order of stock/material in line with the company Materials Group Report.
• Allocate daily tasks/work to all Foreman/Charge Hands.
• Performance management of team, including dealing with disciplinary issues, disputes and grievances.
• Assess the site work completed according to the job requirements.
• Assist the Site Foreman with the coordination of work from all disciplines as dictated by the project needs.
• Ensure works are kept on schedule.
• Assist the Site Engineer in the submission of inspection requests (checklist).
• Obtain approval for all works.
• Allocate team resources to fulfil project requirements.
• Edit the as-built drawings and mark up with the site work changes.
• Ensure optimum utilisation of construction equipment and project vehicles.
• Co-Ordinate with Sub-Contractors for sequencing of works to be implemented.
• Ensure correct storage and protection of all issued materials and equipment until installation.
• Provide feedback to Planners for achieved progress in different areas via the company daily allocation sheet.
• Liaise with the Client Representative and represent the company standards/ethos at all times.
• Ensure weekly report programmes are submitted in a timely and accurate fashion to the Client.
• Hold weekly team update/progress meetings.
• Liaise with the HR department on any team based personnel issues.
• Ensure any team disciplinary issues are dealt with.
• Any other adhoc duties as assigned from time to time.
• Ensure all SPAs (Safe Plan of Action) are completed and signed.
• Ensure all permits are in place.
• Conduct daily morning team briefs.
• Clearly Communicate the required expectation for safety performance and the need to always work safely at all times.
• Ensure all members of your team have the relevant and up to date training for any work they are currently completing. Liaise with the Site Safety Officer to organise training as required.
• Ensure that all standards and safe working procedures are followed.
• Ensure all members of your team have the correct PPE and are wearing it at all times.
• Ensure proper Health & Safety equipment and procedures are in place.
• Conduct documented site inspections (SOPs) to measure compliance levels.
• Ensure accidents/incident’s/near misses are reported and quickly investigated and preventative actions implemented in a timely fashion.
• Ensure safety and housekeeping standards are maintained at a high level.
• Participate in Safety Audits and inspections as required.
• Ensure all members of your team have read, understood and signed all relevant safety documentation, including method statements, risk assessments.
• Ensure plant and equipment availability.
• Check for co-ordination issues.
• Acknowledge and act upon reported events.
• Ensure daily and weekly safety reports are completed and passed to relevant personnel on time.
• Ensure equipment checks are completed.
• Ensure equipment is fit for use, eg, Harnesses/ladders.
• Ensure the Tool Box talk is delivered and signed off on a weekly basis.
• Mechanical Trade qualification essential.
• Degree in a Construction Discipline/QS, desirable but not essential.
• Waste Water Treatment experience would be an advantage but not essential.
• Minimum 10 Years’ experience in a Construction environment.
• General knowledge of project controls/tendering/planning.
• People Management Skills.
• Written and oral communication skills.
• Motivation skills
• Persuasion skills.
• Leadership Skills.
• Negotiating Skills.
We are currently seeking a Pre-Construction Manager on a Full Time Permanent Contract. This role will be based in our Head office in Waterford.
Overall Role Objective
The overall role objective of the Pre-Construction Manager is to manage and review all technical documentation prior to tender returns, while making sure all tenders are submitted within the set deadlines. The Pre-Construction Manager will receive additional training as required along with on the job training.
- Review all technical documentation submitted prior to the tender return, in line with tender instructions
- Preparing technical return documents, the following will be required to accompany all tenders
- Tender Programme (Project or Primavera)
- Organisation chart (Visio)
- Labour Histogram
- Prepare initial project execution plans
- Prepare initial project safety plan, in conjunction with the Safety Department
- Prepare Scope of Work for potential Subcontractors
- Evaluate Subcontractors offers, for compliance
- Compile the CV’s of key staff on the Organisation Chart
- Prepare Qualifications and assumptions that align with the scope and contractual requirements of the project
- Oversees the logistics and site establishment during the Pre-Construction phase of the project
- Attend and represent in all design and coordination meetings on design & build projects as necessary.
- Maintain an action log for outstanding items and assigns responsibility for such action items
- Assist Project Team in design decisions and development of solutions
- Manage all aspects of risk and defines such for the executive team
- Act as the team liaison between Operations, Estimating and Design Management
- Assist in looking for new time saving opportunities, that can assist construction with delivering the projects more efficiently
- Manage and maintains the evaluation schedule for the project
- Assist in preparation of RFI’s (Request for information)
- Assist in the Pre-Qualification process
- Assist in the design of all presentations prior to the next stage of Interviews that the department has been shortlisted to attend
Qualifications / Skills
- Construction background required
- M&E experience desirable but not essential
- Planning experience desirable but not essential
- Team player and ability to build and maintain relationships with both internal and external clients.
- Flexible to change and open to constructive feedback.
- Proficient in Microsoft package
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Able to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Ability to work to tight deadlines
- Excellent attention to detail
Quantity Surveyor – Dublin North
We are currently seeking a Quantity Surveyor, with Electrical experience, for the North Dublin region. This is a permanent role which will be site based, reporting to the onsite Project Manager and the Commercial Manager (Head Office).
The Quantity Surveyor will provide support to the Construction Team on all Quantity Surveying Functions.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Management and ownership of the commercial and contractual requirements through the lifecycle of the project.
- Responsibility for interface Client Commercial/Contract Team.
- Project Procurement including Sub-contractors.
- Conduct cost and risk analysis.
- Review all incoming correspondence from Employers, Design Team and /or subcontractors, to identify contractually critical items and to initiate replies.
- Manage commercial aspects of subcontractors.
- Provide project costing, margin & cashflow reports.
- Manage project change order procedures and agree costs with client.
- Provide monthly valuations and certs.
- Agree final accounts.
Qualifications / Skills Required
- A relevant degree qualification.
- 5 to 10 years’ experience in a similar role.
- Electrical experience.
- A proven working knowledge of current contract law.
- A proven track record in customer relationship development.
- IT Skills – Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC