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Acrow Recruitment Ltd

Location: Templeogue, Dublin
Whether it’s a new position or a staffing solution Let us help you…We are committed to your success! Perhaps you are looking for that next exciting project? A shorter commute? Simply looking for a change or a step up the ladder? Feeling underappreciated in your current role? By letting us understand your motivations, our dedicated recruitment team will support you with confidential 1-to-1 guidance; utilising our contacts and experience, giving you full control over the next steps in your career. Our aim is to help find the right fit for you! Looking to build that professional team? Or add expertise to your existing operations? Perhaps you need additional resources to ensure a project’s completion? As leading specialists, Acrow Recruitment is committed to providing your complete resourcing solutions as we assist top quality personnel with their career moves. Offering a flexible and proactive approach with an emphasis in safeguarding a simple; “fitting the right candidate, to the right role” principle, we excel at meeting agreed requisites and timeframes, offering you piece of mind. Graduate? Just out of college with the world at your feet? Then walk this way! Let our experienced recruiters guide you… Before making that move tell us what moves you! About Acrow Established over 10 years we have offices in Dublin, London and Carrick on Shannon, our team consists of experienced managers, recruiters and support staff. Bringing first-hand experience from construction sites across the UK and Ireland and with a combined 40 + years of recruitment experience, we have a deep understanding of our personnel and clients’ needs. Knowing our Candidates and understanding our Clients’ needs, we frequently make hiring connections long before a position makes it to advertisement stage. Identifying what is required and having the experience to meet those needs has been one of our keys to our success, giving us an impressive track record with both contract and permanent recruitment.

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Site Engineer (Contract) (Carlow)
We have a new opportunity for a Site Engineer to work with one of the countrys largest general building contractors on a project in Co Carlow. This is contract position. Key duties: Setting out, levelling and surveying the site. Liaising with the management team to ensure correct specification, quality and quantity of materials are on site as and when required, checking all deliveries for same. Assist in supervision, monitoring and management of site operatives. Assist in induction of site operatives, assist in carrying out H&S audits, monitor and manage adherence to PPE requirements. Checking plans, drawings and quantities for accuracy of calculations. Ensuring that all materials used, and work performed are as per specifications. Ideal Candidate Diploma or degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years Site Engineering experience. Good setting out experience Strong and effective communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work well under pressure and within a strict deadline environment. Enthusiastic and hardworking. A competitive rate will be offered to the successful person. Immediate start available. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Tier 1) (Limerick)
We have a new opportunity for a Site Engineer to work with one of the countrys largest general building contractors on projects in Co Limerick. This is permanent position with a company who can offer long term employment in Limerick and opportunities for career progression. The successful person will be joining an experienced team on a high profile project. Key duties: Setting out, levelling and surveying the site. Liaising with the management team to ensure correct specification, quality and quantity of materials are on site as and when required, checking all deliveries for same. Assist in supervision, monitoring and management of site operatives. Assist in induction of site operatives, assist in carrying out H&S audits, monitor and manage adherence to PPE requirements. Checking plans, drawings and quantities for accuracy of calculations. Ensuring that all materials used, and work performed are as per specifications. Ideal Candidate Diploma or degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years Site Engineering experience. Good setting out experience Strong and effective communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work well under pressure and within a strict deadline environment. Enthusiastic and hardworking. This opportunity will suit a professional looking to progress their career with a well-regarded, highly respected main contractor. A very competitive salary and benefits package on offer. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Galway)
We have a position available for an experienced Site Engineer to work on a new build housing project in Co Galway. Requirements: Degree qualified. Minimum of 5 years Site Engineering experience. Experience working as the only engineer on projects from groundworks through to completion. Good groundworks experience. Excellent setting out skills. Organised with the ability to prioritise workload. Good communication skills. Salary and benefits will depend on experience. Immediate start available. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
General Foreman (Dublin)
Acrow Recruitment are seeking an experienced General Foreman to work with a general building contractor on a construction project in West Dublin. There is a full team on site including; Site Manager, Site Engineer and Safety Advisor. Requirements: 10 + years experience working as a General Foreman. Must have good knowledge of concrete slabs and blockwork. Must be able to understand drawings. Must be able to work on own initiative. Immediate start available. Salary dependent on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Junior Civil Engineer (Kilkenny)
We are recruiting for a Junior / Graduate Civil Engineer to work with one of Irelands leading civil engineering contractors on projects in Co Kilkenny. The successful person will be working under an experienced Project Manager and will be given full training and ongoing support and guidance. This is a permanent position. Requirements: Degree in Civil Engineering (other construction degree qualifications may be considered). Minimum of 12 months work experience (may include college placements). Positive attitude and good work ethic. Salary and benefits package will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Senior Engineer (Cork)
We have a new opportunity for a Site Engineer to work with a leading building contractor on a new build project in Co Cork. The successful person will be joining an experienced site team who have all been working for a minimum of 5 years with this contractor and have successfully completed a number of projects as a team. Role and Responsibilities: Conduct your work in a safe manner correct and take responsibility to ensure that all works are carried out to the highest Health and Safety standards. Ensure the foremen and operatives clearly understand the information provided. Develop and maintain professional working relationships with work colleagues and Design Teams. Review detailed design, critique and communicate with designers to ensure adequate design is available for construction. Coordinate the development of design from designers details to approved workshop drawings or technical information from subcontractors. Ensure work is carried out to the highest of quality standards and implement quality control procedures and project specific procedures. Follow direction as part of a team and attend meetings as required. Ensure setting-out information is relevant and available in a format that can be easily communicated on site. Manage and lead a team of engineers and sub-contractors. Reading & interpreting drawings for layouts, materials measure, etc. Management of subcontractors and the general workforce on site. Planning works in an efficient manner to ensure program targets are achieved. Liaise with clients representatives and Design Team members as appropriate. Ordering and control of materials on site. Maintaining site records and records of discussions/meetings with designers and subcontractors. Maximise profit through your day-to-day actions: good self-management, accuracy in own work, elimination of re-work and contractual awareness. Requirements: A third level degree in Engineering A minimum of 5 years experience as a site engineer, Good understanding of Health, Safety and Environmental regulations Excellent communication skills. Working knowledge in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project etc. Proactive and driven person with a strong desire to make progress backed by a strong level of construction knowledge. This is a permanent role offering a very attractive salary and benefits package, which will include a car, van or travel allowance and opportunities for career development. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Project Manager (Dublin)
We have an opportunity for a Project Manager to work in Dublin 15 on a high-profile project with a leading construction contractor. As Project Manager you will be working closely with a site team to successfully deliver projects on time, within budget, finished to the highest standards and implemented within the required Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental parameters. Principle Duties & Accountabilities: Must be technically competent with the ability to set and track project milestones and deliverables. Must function effectively as liaison with clients and design teams to resolve issues or concerns in conjunction with the Contracts Manager. Assist the Contracts Manager in the delivery of the project on time, within specification and within budget. Develop and maintain site logistics plan, in coordination with Contracts Manager. Assist the Contracts Manager ensuring all personnel on site conduct their duties to the required Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental standards. Assist the Contracts Manager in the management of the day to day operational duties. Assist the Contracts Manager to develop and deliver progress reports, analyse results and troubleshoot problem areas. Build, grow and develop business relationships for the success of the project Knowledge/Skills/Qualifications: An Engineering / Construction Management / Project Management Diploma / Degree required. Minimum 5 years post graduate experience. Thorough knowledge of computer applications. Excellent analytical and organisational skills. Demonstrates continuous efforts to improve operations, decrease turnaround times and streamline work processes. Superior oral and written communication and interpersonal and negotiation skills required. Flexibility and ability to adapt to a changing work environment are essential. Salary and benefits package will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Senior Site Engineer (Dublin)
We have a new opportunity for a Senior Site Engineer to work with a leading building contractor on a new build project in Dublin. The successful person will be joining an experienced site team who have all been working for a minimum of 5 years with this contractor and have successfully completed a number of projects as a team. Role and Responsibilities: Conduct your work in a safe manner correct and take responsibility to ensure that all works are carried out to the highest Health and Safety standards. Ensure the foremen and operatives clearly understand the information provided. Develop and maintain professional working relationships with work colleagues and Design Teams. Review detailed design, critique and communicate with designers to ensure adequate design is available for construction. Coordinate the development of design from designers details to approved workshop drawings or technical information from subcontractors. Ensure work is carried out to the highest of quality standards and implement quality control procedures and project specific procedures. Follow direction as part of a team and attend meetings as required. Ensure setting-out information is relevant and available in a format that can be easily communicated on site. Manage and lead a team of engineers and sub-contractors. Reading & interpreting drawings for layouts, materials measure, etc. Management of subcontractors and the general workforce on site. Planning works in an efficient manner to ensure program targets are achieved. Liaise with clients representatives and Design Team members as appropriate. Ordering and control of materials on site. Maintaining site records and records of discussions/meetings with designers and subcontractors. Maximise profit through your day-to-day actions: good self-management, accuracy in own work, elimination of re-work and contractual awareness. Requirements: A third level degree in Engineering A minimum of 5 years experience as a site engineer, Good understanding of Health, Safety and Environmental regulations Excellent communication skills. Working knowledge in Microsoft Office, Proactive and driven person with a strong desire to make progress backed by a strong level of construction knowledge. This is a permanent role offering a very attractive salary and benefits package, which will include a car, van or travel allowance and opportunities for career development. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Louth)
Our client, an established groundworks contractor who works with many of the leading residential contractors and developers is about to start a large project in Maynooth. They are seeking a Site Engineer to be based on the project, reporting to a Senior Engineer. Key Duties Setting out, levelling and surveying the site Liaising with the management team to ensure correct specification, quality and quantity of materials are on site as and when required, checking all deliveries for same. Assist in supervision, monitoring and management of site operatives. Assist in induction of site operatives, assist in carrying out H&S audits, monitor and manage adherence to PPE requirements. Checking plans, drawings and quantities for accuracy of calculations. Ensuring that all materials used, and work performed are as per specifications. Ideal Candidate Diploma or degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years Site Engineering experience. Experienced setting out groundworks. Strong and effective communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work well under pressure and within a strict deadline environment. Enthusiastic and Hardworking. An attractive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Project Manager (Limerick)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to work with a leading main contractor on new build and refurbishment projects in Co Limerick. The Project Manager will take responsibility for managing day to day activities on-site throughout the project lifecycle, leading the Project Team to ensure the successful delivery of the project on time and within budget. Key Responsibilities: To supervise, direct and execute operations on the project to ensure it is completed safely, on time and within budget Management of all aspects of Health & Safety and Quality on site, ensuring compliance with the Company Quality and Safety Management Systems Ensure all operatives have signed a daily safe start, are inducted, have the relevant permit for their works, receive weekly tool box talks and are working to the appropriate risk assessments and method statements. Ensure the works are planned out in a logical manner paying particular attention to materials storage, deliveries, plant and traffic movements, craneage and any other site logistics. Management of plant to ensure it is ordered in advance, used efficiently, tracked while on site and off-hired when no longer required. Manage labour resources and ensure these do not exceed the labour forecast for the project. Ensure all managers, engineers and sub-contractors are working to the latest construction issue information. Ensure that all setting out is done in good time and its accuracy is checked. Establish project programme, update and track same. Ensure compliance with local statutory and regulatory obligations. Establish project resource requirements and lead / motivate the project team. Desired Skills and Requirements: 5+ years' experience working as a Project Manager Preferably have an engineering or trade qualification with experience in residential projects. Commercial awareness, understanding and ability to meet targets whilst retaining relationships and company values. Managing client expectations to ensure new and existing relationships are developed and maintained. Have the ability to drive the project forward & bring the project in on schedule and within budget. Be highly organised & motivated with good attention to detail Excellent communicator & team player Proven ability to meet targets & get the best out of those working under their management Ability to read and communicate drawings and technical details Good knowledge of MS Office and ideally programming software. This opportunity will suit a professional looking to progress their career with a well-regarded, highly respected main contractor. A very competitive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Project Manager (Limerick)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to work with a leading main contractor on new build and refurbishment projects in Co Limerick. The Project Manager will take responsibility for managing day to day activities on-site throughout the project lifecycle, leading the Project Team to ensure the successful delivery of the project on time and within budget. Key Responsibilities: To supervise, direct and execute operations on the project to ensure it is completed safely, on time and within budget Management of all aspects of Health & Safety and Quality on site, ensuring compliance with the Company Quality and Safety Management Systems Ensure all operatives have signed a daily safe start, are inducted, have the relevant permit for their works, receive weekly tool box talks and are working to the appropriate risk assessments and method statements. Ensure the works are planned out in a logical manner paying particular attention to materials storage, deliveries, plant and traffic movements, craneage and any other site logistics. Management of plant to ensure it is ordered in advance, used efficiently, tracked while on site and off-hired when no longer required. Manage labour resources and ensure these do not exceed the labour forecast for the project. Ensure all managers, engineers and sub-contractors are working to the latest construction issue information. Ensure that all setting out is done in good time and its accuracy is checked. Establish project programme, update and track same. Ensure compliance with local statutory and regulatory obligations. Establish project resource requirements and lead / motivate the project team. Desired Skills and Requirements: 5+ years' experience working as a Project Manager Preferably have an engineering or trade qualification with experience in residential projects. Commercial awareness, understanding and ability to meet targets whilst retaining relationships and company values. Managing client expectations to ensure new and existing relationships are developed and maintained. Have the ability to drive the project forward & bring the project in on schedule and within budget. Be highly organised & motivated with good attention to detail Excellent communicator & team player Proven ability to meet targets & get the best out of those working under their management Ability to read and communicate drawings and technical details Good knowledge of MS Office and ideally programming software. This opportunity will suit a professional looking to progress their career with a well-regarded, highly respected main contractor. A very competitive salary and benefits package on offer. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Limerick)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Site Engineer to work with a leading main contractor on new build and refurbishment projects in Co Limerick. Key Duties Setting out, levelling and surveying the site Liaising with the management team to ensure correct specification, quality and quantity of materials are on site as and when required, checking all deliveries for same. Assist in supervision, monitoring and management of site operatives. Assist in induction of site operatives, assist in carrying out H&S audits, monitor and manage adherence to PPE requirements. Checking plans, drawings and quantities for accuracy of calculations. Ensuring that all materials used, and work performed are as per specifications. Ideal Candidate Diploma or degree qualified. Minimum of 2 years Site Engineering experience. Good setting out experience Strong and effective communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work well under pressure and within a strict deadline environment. Enthusiastic and Hardworking. This opportunity will suit a professional looking to progress their career with a well-regarded, highly respected main contractor. A very competitive salary and benefits package on offer. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Groundworks Manager (Dublin)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Groundworks Foreman / Manager to work on a new project in Dublin 9. Our client is an established groundworks contractor who have a proven history of successfully completing projects for Ireland's leading residential contractors and developers. The person hired for this role will be reporting to a visiting Contracts Manager and with a team consisting of a Technician and Site Engineer he/she will be responsible for day to day running of a project to ensure all work is carried out and completed to high safety and quality standards, on programme and within budget. Requirements: Minimum of 5 years experience managing groundworks projects. Experience working on residential projects. Good communicator. A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Finishing Foreman (Wicklow)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Finishing Foreman to work on a new build commercial project in Co Wicklow. Our client is an established general building contractor. PRINCIPLE DUTIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES Implementation of daily and weekly programme Attending weekly management team meetings Maintaining the site diary recording manpower levels for each sub-contractor and keeping detailed notes of all site activities Compiling labour allocation sheets Assisting with the control of plant and equipment on site Co-ordinating and managing of subcontractors Ensuring work is carried out to the highest of standards Dealing with health and safety issues on site Provide clear leadership and direction to the site team while maintaining a professional manner is essential REQUIREMENTS: Trade Qualified Carpenter (other suitable and relevant trade backgrounds may be considered) 5+ years General Foreman / Finishing Foreman experience Ability to work to tight deadlines Excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills Proven track record overseeing finishing works on commercial projects. Keen eye for detail with the ability to finish high profile projects to the highest standard. Immediate start available. Salary and benefits package will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Clerk (Dublin)
We have a new requirement for a Site Clerk to work with an established civil engineering contractor on a new project starting in the Dublin 9 area. Main Responsibilities: Updating site diaries, reports and documentation. Managing the site office. Ordering materials, updating site order book and reconciling orders with delivery dockets. Updating health and safety paperwork Ensuring up to date drawings are filled and available. Attending site meetings. The ideal candidate: Minimum of 2 years experience working in a similar role. Strong communication and IT skills Team player with the ability to work well on their own. Organised, with the ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines. Our client can offer ongoing training and opportunities for career progression. Salary will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Finishing Foreman (Dublin)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Finishing Foreman to work on a new build apartment project in Dublin City Centre. PRINCIPLE DUTIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES Implementation of daily and weekly programmes Attending weekly management team meetings Maintaining the site diary recording manpower levels for each sub-contractor and keeping detailed notes of all site activities Compiling labour allocation sheets Assisting with the control of plant and equipment on site Co-ordinating and managing of subcontractors Ensuring work is carried out to the highest of standards Dealing with health and safety issues on site Provide clear leadership and direction to the site team while maintaining a professional manner is essential REQUIREMENTS: Trade Qualified Carpenter (other suitable and relevant trade backgrounds may be considered) 5+ years General Foreman / Finishing Foreman experience Ability to work to tight deadlines Excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills Proven track record overseeing finishing works on commercial projects. Keen eye for detail with the ability to finish high profile projects to the highest standard. Immediate start available. Salary and benefits package will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
BCAR Engineer (Dublin)
Our client, a Tier 1 contractor are recruiting for an experienced BCAR Engineer to work on a project in Dublin City Centre. Main Responsibilities: Attending client, design and site meetings Contribute to a team environment, sharing ideas and solutions Gathering of documentation for commencement and completion notices Preparing commencement and completion notices Compilation and production of inspection plans and tracking of same during the course of the project Compilation of required product certification from contractors Reporting to the Assigned Certifier on a regular Correspond with Building Control as required Undertaking timely site inspections with documented reporting on same Tracking of open compliance issues on projects to ensure satisfactory closure Coordination and liaison with all parties involved in a construction project Using the company compliance system for all of the above tasks Requirements: Degree in Engineering or similar Min of 1 year experience in a similar role Excellent IT skills Understanding of Building Control Legislation and Building Regulations. Salary and benefits will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Senior Quantity Surveyor (Kildare)
Our client, a leading residential developer is currently recruiting an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor to work in their head office in Kildare. As Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will be responsible for the overall financial management of up to three high-profile residential projects. Main Responsibilities: Financial management of up to three projects Measurement of building elements & preparation of Bills of Quantities/Schedule of Rates. Preparing tender documents and analysing tender returns for sub-contractors and suppliers. Tender reporting and recommendations. Mentoring the other Surveyors in the team Preparing and analysing costings for tenders Allocating work to subcontractors Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports Valuing completed work and agreeing and arranging payments Undertaking monthly and final valuations for works complete Preparing sub contract documents and control of contract documents. Carrying out monthly valuations for works on site, managing sub contract payments & liabilities, completing monthly cost reports for budget v actual. Coding of costs to a specific job. Tracking and monitoring of preliminary costs. Recording, reporting and management of projects risks, variations and cost overruns. Projected overall effect of any overruns. Completion of project close out documentation including final account resolution and agreement for all trade packages. Attend project meetings, provide commercial and cost advice as required. Contract compliance and management of variations and claims notification procedures. Qualifications and Skills: BSc in Quantity Surveying or equivalent. Minimum 10 years experience with a developer or a residential construction company. Must have experience in housing. Must have strong measurement and take off skills. Must have strong knowledge of building detail and construction technology. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Proven negotiating ability. Strong IT skills, specifically in MS Office Suite and Cubit Ability to work on own initiative and to tight deadlines. Ability to work as part of team essential. Experience of managing building contracts. Strong organisation skills to ensure clear and concise reports are maintained throughout assignment. An industry leading salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Galway)
We have a new opportunity for a Site Engineer to work with an established building contractor on a new residential project in Co Galway. Main duties: Setting-out on site from greenfield stage through to handover. Supervising and coordinating sub-contractors and direct labour. Checking designs and drawings and ensuring up to date technical information is available. Preparing site reports and updating site diary. Quality management BCAR co-ordination. Attending site meetings. Liaising with the design team. Working closely with the Site Management team. Requirements: Degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years Site Engineering experience. Experienced setting out using a robotic EDM. Good IT skills. Proactive with good organisational skills. This is a permanent position with a company that can offer long term employment in the West and opportunities for career advancement. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Quantity Surveyor (Cork)
Our client, a leading main contractor are recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor to join their highly regarded Cork based team. This position will suit an individual who is self-motivated and has experience within the built environment who is looking for a permanent position with a leading contractor who can offer ongoing professional development and career opportunities. Roles and Responsibilities: Maximise revenue and reduce cost. Monitor and manage project finances. Review notices and contractual correspondence and issue timely correspondence. Negotiate with and appoint subcontractors. Prepare subcontract and suppliers documents. Prepare and review monthly cost reports. Negotiating subcontractors and suppliers final accounts. Variations: measurement and pricing. Variations: Negotiate with client, quantity surveyor and subcontractor. Follow up claim negotiations and maximise returns. Identify and investigate losses Set up procurement schedule. Requirements: 3rd level qualification in Quantity Surveying or Construction Economics 4 to 7 years experienced working as a Quantity Surveyor in Ireland or the UK. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Quantity Surveyor (Meath)
Our client, a leading specialist contractor are recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor to work on a large project in Clonee, Co Meath. Roles and Responsibilities: Maximize revenue and reduce cost. Monitor and manage project finances. Review notices and contractual correspondence and issue timely correspondence. Prepare subcontract and suppliers documents. Prepare and review monthly cost reports. Follow up claim negotiations and maximize returns. Identify and investigate losses Requirements: 3rd level qualification in Quantity Surveying or Construction Economics 4 to 7 years experienced working as a Quantity Surveyor in Ireland or the UK. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Dublin)
We have a new requirement for a Site Engineer to work with an established building contractor on a new healthcare project in Sandyford. Main duties: Setting-out on site from greenfield stage through to handover. Supervising and coordinating sub-contractors and direct labour. Checking designs and drawings and ensuring up to date technical information is available. Preparing site reports and updating site diary. Quality management Attending site meetings. Liaising with the design team. Working closely with the Site Management team. Requirements: Degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years Site Engineering experience. Experienced setting out using a robotic EDM. Good IT skills. Proactive with good organisational skills. This is a permanent position with a company that can offer long term employment and opportunities for career advancement. A competitive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Wexford)
We have a new requirement for a Site Engineer to work in Wexford and Waterford with an established building contractor. Main duties: Setting-out on site from greenfield stage through to handover Supervising and coordinating sub-contractors and direct labour. Checking designs and drawings and ensuring up to date technical information is available. Preparing site reports and updating site diary. Quality management Attending site meetings. Liaising with the design team. Working closely with the Site Management team. Requirements: Degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years Site Engineering experience. Experienced setting out using a robotic EDM. Good IT skills. Proactive with good organisational skills. This is a permanent position with a company that can offer long term employment in the South East and opportunities for career advancement. A competitive salary and benefits package, which will include a commercial vehicle will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Manager (Dublin)
Our client is an established medium size general building contractor who have an excellent reputation in the construction industry, for the consistent quality of their work, their client satisfaction, an excellent safety record and for their ability to attract and retain some of the best people in the industry. Due to continued success my client now has a new opportunity for a Site Manager to work on a new commercial project in Dublin 2. The Site Manager will be working under a Project Manager. Main duties: Day to day supervision and co-ordination of on-site staff, subcontractors, plant and materials. Working closely with the Project Manager to ensure works are carried out to programme. Ensuring all works are carried out and completed to the highest quality standards. Identifying any potential delays and working with the site team to minimize any possible disruption. Lead safety, fostering an environment where safety excellence is paramount. Ensuring clients expectations are met. Requirements: Minimum of 5 years experience working as a Site Manager with general building contractors. An excellent salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Site Engineer (Kildare)
We have a new requirement for a Site Engineer to work with an established general building contractor. The initial project is a new build 3.5M office building in Naas, Co Kildare. The Site Engineer will be working with the Site Manager to ensure the project is built to the highest standards, to programme and budget. Requirements: Degree qualified. Minimum of 3 years experience working with general building contractors. Experience working on projects from groundworks stage through to completion. Good setting-out skills. Experience using Construction Management Systems. Good IT skills. This position will suit an ambitious Site Engineer who wants to progress to management roles in the coming years. Salary and benefits package will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Office Administrator (Kilkenny)
We have a new opportunity for an Office Administrator to work with an established Kilkenny based construction company. This is a permanent position and can be full-time or part-time. This role is ideally suited to someone who has experience working in the construction sector, although this is not essential. Duties: Providing administrative support and assistance to the head office-based management team. Filing drawings and documentation. Uploading files to a Construction Management System, ensuring information is up to date and accurate. Assisting the accounts team with general administration. Minute taking at meetings. Ordering and maintaining stationary and general office supplies, etc. Ad-hoc duties as required. The ideal candidate will have: Experience working in the construction industry Good numeracy skills. Previous construction industry experience would be an experience an advantage, but its not essential. Proficient using Microsoft Office. Excellent organisational, planning and multi-tasking skills. A positive, can-do attitude who enjoys working in a busy environment. An attractive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Health and Safety Advisor (Meath)
Our client, an established building contractor have a new opportunity for a Junior or Intermediate Health and Safety Advisor. My client is based in Co Meath, with most of their projects being in the greater Dublin area. The person hired for this role will receive on-going training and mentoring from the companys Health and Safety Manager. Role: Oversee and review site performance by completing routine inspections and audits, including analysis of all risk assessments and method statements. Report on the safety performance of project teams and subcontractors and provide recommendations. Ensure proper implementation of the companys Accident Reporting Procedure is carried out. Ensure personnel understand their health and safety related duties and responsibilities and provide detailed guidance as required. Delivering health and safety training. Maintaining quality and environmental control procedures. Conduct site inductions and toolbox talks Assist in the overall compilation of Health & Safety Documentation Ensure inspection records are maintained and preserved for all activities and plant equipment. Requirements: Health & Safety qualification (Diploma or Degree) 1 to 3 years experience working with in the construction industry. Good IT Skills A company vehicle and an attractive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Finishing Manager (Dublin)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced Finishing Manager to work on a new healthcare project in Dublin 15. Our client is an established general building contractor. PRINCIPLE DUTIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES Implementation of daily and weekly programmes Attending weekly management team meetings Maintaining the site diary recording manpower levels for each sub-contractor and keeping detailed notes of all site activities Compiling labour allocation sheets Assisting with the control of plant and equipment on site Co-ordinating and managing of subcontractors Ensuring work is carried out to the highest of standards Dealing with health and safety issues on site Provide clear leadership and direction to the site team while maintaining a professional manner is essential REQUIREMENTS: Trade Qualified Carpenter (other suitable and relevant trade backgrounds may be considered) 5+ years General Foreman / Finishing Foreman experience Ability to work to tight deadlines Excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills Proven track record overseeing finishing works on commercial or healthcare projects. Keen eye for detail with the ability to finish high profile projects to the highest standard. Immediate start available. Salary and benefits package will depend on experience. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Quantity Surveyor (Cork)
Our client, a leading main contractor have an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor to join their highly regarded Cork based team. This position will suit an individual who is self-motivated and has experience within the built environment who is looking for a permanent position with a leading contractor who can offer ongoing professional development and career opportunities. Roles and Responsibilities: Maximize revenue and reduce cost. Monitor and manage project finances. Review notices and contractual correspondence Negotiate with and appoint subcontractors. Prepare subcontract and suppliers documents. Prepare and review monthly cost reports. Negotiating subcontractors and suppliers final accounts. Variations: measurement and pricing. Variations: Negotiate with client, quantity surveyor and subcontractor. Follow up claim negotiations and maximize returns. Identify and investigate losses Set up procurement schedule. Requirements: 3rd level qualification in Quantity Surveying or Construction Economics 4 to 7 years experienced working as a Quantity Surveyor in Ireland or the UK. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Intermediate Quantity Surveyor (Meath)
We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Quantity Surveyor to join a specialist contractor to work on a large high-profile project in Co Meath. This role may suit a Junior or Intermediate Quantity Surveyor as there will be two experienced Surveyors on site and any guidance or mentoring that is required will be provided. Role: Assisting two on-site Quantity Surveyors. Measurements and valuations. Managing Sub-Contractor and Supplier Accounts Assisting with variations and claims. Generating reports. Assisting in Contract Administration Cost Monitoring and Control Requirements: Third level qualification in Construction Economics or Quantity Surveying. 2 + years relevant experience. Good IT systems knowledge and experience. Strong communication and negotiation skills Commercially astute. My client will offer a competitive salary and benefits package and opportunities for career development. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
Health and Safety Advisor (Meath)
Our client, an established building contractor have a new opportunity for a Junior or Intermediate Health and Safety Advisor. My client is based in Co Meath, with most of their projects being in the greater Dublin area. The person hired for this role will receive on-going training and mentoring from the companys Health and Safety Manager. Role: Oversee and review site performance by completing routine inspections and audits, including analysis of all risk assessments and method statements. Report on the safety performance of project teams and subcontractors and provide recommendations. Ensure proper implementation of the companys Accident Reporting Procedure is carried out. Ensure personnel understand their health and safety related duties and responsibilities and provide detailed guidance as required. Delivering health and safety training. Maintaining quality and environmental control procedures. Conduct site inductions and toolbox talks Assist in the overall compilation of Health & Safety Documentation Ensure inspection records are maintained and preserved for all activities and plant equipment. Requirements: Health & Safety qualification (Diploma or Degree) 1 to 3 years experience working with in the construction industry. Good IT Skills A company vehicle and an attractive salary and benefits package will be offered to the successful person. For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044
BIM Technician (Dublin)
We have a new opportunity for an experienced BIM Technician to work with a leading building contractor on a new 80M project in Co Kildare. This is a project-based role, reporting to a BIM Manager. Description: Reporting to a BIM Manager and working closely with the site-based management and engineering teams. Identifying design issues ensuring coordination with all other models through clash analysis and model interrogation. Ensuring effective, professional and appropriate communication at all times with design engineers Understanding and ensuring compliance with Clients Specifications, Health and Safety Requirements, Company Quality requirements, design standards and good engineering practice Skills & Attributes: Knowledge of Revit Knowledge of Navis Works Knowledge of AutoCAD Organised and efficient Ability to effectively work as part of a team and on own initiative Requirements 2 + years' experience in a similar role For further information on this role or to discuss any of our other roles please call +353 (0) 1 910 4044