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  • Ireland
  • Negotiable
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Eligibility to work: EU
  • Years Exp: 10

Job Title: Civil Site Engineer (Water Treatment)

Locaton : Meath,Ireland 

My client is an Engineering  & Utilities contractor  based in Meath requires a Site Civil Engineer (Water Treatment) to join their team to work on packages of work on major schemes.This contractor has an excellent reputation within the industry and specialises in heavy civil engineering such as utility diversions as well as more general water engineering. They require a Site Engineer to set out detailed works as per drawings, produce ITPs, produce site diaries, and work closely with the Site Agent . This contractor are able to offer excellent career progression opportunities as well as support for further learning and chartership. Essential: • Degree qualified or equivalent • Experience working with a civil engineering / utilities contractor

In addition the experienced Site Engineer, will be capable of overseeing and managing a site from Green field to turn key for both Civil and mech and elec install. The role will require a motivated individual capable of working on their own initiative and be familiar with health and safety requirements.

The individual should have extensive experience in the water treatment industry and be familiar with management of subcontractors and direct labour, should have good record keeping skills and organisational and communication skills.

The role requires an availability to travel as there are multiple sites throughout Ireland.

  • Quote ref: 100446/21666

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