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The Vacancy

About The Company

Why not come and work for one of Irelands most progressive and ambitious engineering and environmental consultancies. Sustainability is a core value of our work, so if you want to advance your career in a socially responsible company working towards a sustainable planet then come join us.

We are creative problem solvers who deliver design solutions for infrastructure projects focused in the water and wastewater sectors but also in transportation, civil & structural engineering, flood protection and renewables.

With our Headquarters based in Ireland we also work in the UK, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. We are part of the RSK Group, an amalgamation of over 200 companies with more than 15,000 employees working in the area of water, transportation, and environmental remediation with sustainability at its heart. Being part of a larger group provides a global network of opportunities whilst still retaining the company’s own brand and autonomy.

About the... Role:

We currently are seeking to fill a Resident Engineer – Civil position for County Meath with the preferred candidates having at least 5 years of experience in a similar role.

This role provides an exciting opportunity to play a vital role within the site supervision team on Water and Wastewater infrastructure projects such as the assessment and upgrade of existing water treatment facilities.

The successful candidate will be an integral member of our Team and will work with our Staff to ensure the highest quality and standards are achieved in all our activities and services that we provide to our Clients.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will, amongst other things, be responsible for:
• Liaison and management of the other members of the Resident Engineer Team.
• Reporting to the Employer’s Representative.
• Deal with contractual matters on-site related to the works.
• Coordinating Contract interfaces with respect to the works.
• Liaison with Stakeholders.
• Assessment of Contractor claims and writing reports on same.
• Assessment of Contractor payment applications against work completed.
• Assessment of Contractor performance against Contractual KPIs.
• Assessment of Contractor submissions including method statements and preparation of clear comments.
• Review Contractor design submissions against Employers’ requirements and preparation of clear comments.
• Supervise the works, keeping records, measuring, managing correspondence, and contractual documentation.
• Other duties as may be assigned.

Key Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a related field.
• Have a satisfactory knowledge of civil engineering works, building construction, and project management.
• Have at least 7 years of satisfactory post-graduate experience of which at least 5 years were in on-site supervision, contract administration, and project management of civil engineering works.
• Have experience in the construction of Buildings, WWTP, or similar works
• Be capable of writing clear and concise reports and keeping work records.
• Be proficient in the use of computers in relation to document handling and production of reports.
• Full Clean Driving Licence.
• Have a satisfactory knowledge of construction contracts.
• Attention to detail and the ability to comply with Quality Assurance Management Systems are essential
• Proficient in Microsoft Office packages such as Excel and Word
• Excellent communication skills, coordination, and organizational skills

About Us

Our mission is to deliver sustainable solutions that transform communities and bring about lasting positive change. Through a blend of expertise, innovation and global dedication, we envision a world where sustainable engineering protects growing communities.

Nicholas O’Dwyer provides professional services in engineering design, project management, environment and planning, construction supervision and technical and contract advisory. We are one of the most respected Irish consultancies operating in local and international markets, providing professional services to public- and private-sector clients.

Whether in Ireland, the UK or internationally, we understand and solve major challenges associated with delivering and adapting infrastructure for an increasing global population while maintaining a sustainable environment for future generations.

Nicholas O’Dwyer is part of the RSK Group, a leading integrated environmental, engineering, and technical services business providing dynamic, multidisciplinary services to a wide range of sectors. RSK was founded in 1989 and has grown considerably since then.

At RSK, we operate as a group of businesses that work together seamlessly, aiming for growth through diversification. Our strategy helps us build a strong and resilient business, capable of weathering external challenges, while also providing greater value to our clients and more opportunities for our employees.

Since the beginning, our philosophy has remained the same: employ, develop and reward talented individuals. People are crucial to our company, and we recognise that our success hinges on our colleagues' growth. We're committed to preserving RSK's people-first culture, promoting innovation, and fostering a supportive and caring environment for collaboration. At RSK, we want you to be part of our successes and help you reach your career aspirations. We take pride in offering employees fulfilling and challenging careers by promoting ongoing growth and empowering individuals to excel.

We are committed to fostering an inclusive workplace that welcomes individuals from all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We firmly believe that embracing and celebrating the diversity in our workforce makes us a stronger and more innovative company.

If you're passionate about making a difference, join us as we work together to build a brighter, more equitable, and sustainable future for all. Do you have what it takes
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