Duties and Responsibilities
Work activities vary depending on the type of employers and nature of the project but typically they involve:
Day-to-day management of the site, including supervising and monitoring the site labor force and the work of any subcontractors.
Coordinate efforts with vendors and suppliers to ensure on-time delivery of building materials and construction equipment
Approve timesheets and submit them to the main office on the 1st of each month.
Create progress reports on a daily and weekly basis and ensure that any significant information is communicated to the operation manager every Thursday.
Communicate the need for prioritizing tasks according to updates and changes to procedures, policies, and standards.
Handle the creation of job duties and delegate tasks to foremen and construction workers.
Ensure the accuracy of work orders prior to handing them out and make sure that time efficiency is taken into account.
Make sure that work sites are cleaned and cleared of any hazardous materials prior to the beginning of a construction project.
Manage construction budgets and track construction costs.
Perform inspections to ensure that the crew s performance is up to the set standards.
Coordinate separate modules of the construction process to ensure harmony
Ensure that all materials, supplies, tools, and equipment are requested in a time-efficient manner.
Ensure that all machinery and tools are available to the crew and everything is in proper order and state of maintenance.
Brief crew members about how daily tasks need to be carried out
Monitor daily construction procedures to ensure that proper quality is maintained and that schedules are being followed.
Create and maintain positive working relationships with vendors and suppliers to ensure timely procurement of supplies and materials
Act as the main technical adviser on a construction site for foreman, craftspeople, and operatives.
Check plans, drawings, and quantities for accuracy of calculations.
Ensure that all materials used and work performed as per specifications.
Manage, monitor and interpret the contract design documents supplied by the client or architect.
Planning the work and efficiently organizing the plant and site facilities in order to meet agreed-to deadlines.
Resolving any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise.
Awareness and communication of the Environmental, Legal Aspects and consequences of non-conforming to the same, to the site staff.
Awareness of ADMC IMS Policy and Adherence to the Process Procedures applicable.
Job Purpose/ Objective
Site engineers perform a technical, organizational and supervisory role on projects and are very important to the operation.
A site engineer works as part of the site management team liaising and working alongside architects, engineers, construction managers, supervisors, planners, surveyors, and other subcontractors. They share responsibility for site security, health safety and environmental aspects, and the organization and supervision of material and human resources.
Higher national certificate/degree or equivalent in civil engineering.
Previous experience of setting out on civil engineering projects.
English is a mandatory language.