RESIDENT CIVIL ENGINEER – ONSHORE WIND – CO. OFFALY
Support the Project Management (PM) Team, acting as on site Resident Engineer during the construction of a Wind Farm Project, Co. Offaly (approximately 20 months duration);
- Review and understand the full scope of planning requirements required to commence construction on the wind farm project;
- Support the Project Manager in the management of the construction of the project;
- Become familiar with the Health and Safety requirements for the wind farm;
- Become familiar with the relevant forms of construction contract;
- Monitor the Contractors’ and subcontractors’ safety, schedule and quality during the construction phase;
- Assist in the monitoring and coordination of all contractor design and construction activities;
- Working with JOD/Client civil engineering teams to manage the review of the Contractor’s civil designs;
- Assist in the co-ordination of all important stages of construction work to ensure cost, quality and schedule are maintained;
- Become familiar with and update the project programme with all contractor and sub-contractor updates;
- Prepare daily, weekly and/or monthly progress reports to Client including updating the Project risk analysis;
- Preparation and submission for review and issue of project meeting minutes;
- Cary out onsite surveying, setting out and civil engineering testing;
- Assist with preparation, marking up, and review of drawings;
- Assist with preparation, review and monitoring of Risk Assessments and Method Statements for various tasks on the project;
- Liaise with Contractors, Clients, Designers, Utilities, Public Authorities, Landowners and other project stakeholders as required;
- Assisting in the production of complete and comprehensive documentation relating to the project and infrastructure, to be compiled in the Project Health and Safety File;
- Technical inspections of structures, formations and other civil / structural elements of a project as required. Supervision at key stages of civil elements (e.g. turbine foundation concrete pours);
- Hold a degree in Civil Engineering (Level 8 minimum in the National Framework of Qualifications),
- Chartered Engineer status or working towards it is an advantage;
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience as a civil / resident engineer, preferably with a number of years’ experience on windfarm development projects in Ireland or UK;
- Design experience combined with construction experience in renewables is an advantage;
- Experience of the PSDP role on projects is desirable;
- Have a Full Clean Driving License.
- Safe Pass Training.
- Have a good knowledge and awareness of Health & Safety legislation and regulations.
- Be capable of writing clear and concise reports and keeping works records;
- Have experience with Quality Assurance Management Systems
What we can Offer
- Mobile Phone
- Paid Holidays
The opportunity to work and grow in a dynamic and growing Construction Professionals Division.
How to Apply
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Jennings O’Donovan specialises in renewable energy, water supply, wastewater treatment and in the provision of planning and environmental services. Founded in 1950, Jennings O’Donovan is an award-winning company, which is wholly Irish owned has offices in Sligo, Dublin and Castlebar. The extent of the services provided by the company covers a broad range of sectors including civil, structural, environmental engineering, health and safety, housing and commercial, aquaculture, flood relief, tourism, leisure amenity, water, wastewater and the renewable energy sector.