Our client is currently seeking a Civil Road Design Engineer to join a growing Road design team responsible for the design services, preparation of contract documentation, site based supervision of construction activities and management of projects for Local Authorities and Developers.
If successful you will have the opportunity to work on major road, infrastructure and site development projects throughout Ireland & Europe. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join a company that is committed to investing in the continuous development of their employees.
You will be working as part of a motivated team committed to delivering projects on time and to the highest standards.
Degree qualified in Civil Engineering (Level 8).
Preferably chartered or near chartered engineer required with minimum of three to eight years experience in road design.
Design and build, MX Roads and Micro Drainage WinDes design experience would be an advantage.
Chartered or working towards Chartership (depending on length of experience)
Computer literate and able to work effectively work with the basic Microsoft suite of programmes, MS Project, AutoCAD, MX, etc.
Experience within the roads sector including a detailed knowledge of the DMRB / DMURS.
The ability to translate this into workable designs.
Experience in the development of roads schemes in Ireland – Preliminary Design, Planning, Detailed Design, Tender Assessment, and Construction Supervision.
Proven understanding of the design process and ability to demonstrate working knowledge of Client briefs.
Experienced in production/input to design risk assessments and familiar with relevant health and safety legislation.
Personal qualities, Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Flexible approach with ability to multi-task and prioritise when necessary.
Positive outlook and approachable manner. Well motivated, able to work as part of a team or alone when required.
Good leadership and mentoring skills.
Ability to work under pressure & under time constraints is a must.