The Civil Construction Engineer for Marine Structure will be responsible for the management of construction site work during the execute phase of projects. The civil construction engineers should be able to plan, direct, and supervise large marine construction site such as temporary jetty, berth and trestle. Construction engineers operate as part engineering expert, part project manager, and part construction manager. They creatively serve as a leader and middleman on construction projects to make sure everything about the project is safe, smooth, and structurally sound. Construction engineers usually work full time and in some cases, may work longer 12-hour shifts seven days per week.

Position: Civil Construction Engineer for Marine Structure

No. of Vacancies: N/A

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Construction Engineer's duties and responsibilities are as follows:
  • Maintain compliance with the safety-assurance plan so that work is accomplished in an environmentally sound manner using safe work practices;
  • Conduct safety observations and conversations to help achieve a zero-incident culture;
  • Lead and Abide by the "authorization to proceed" process for contractors;
  • Participate in engineering package reviews during the select, define and execute phases of projects and provide constructive input to the design team;
  • Encourage construction and operations personnel to review design packages early in the course of projects to eliminate rework and optimize construction;
  • Anticipate and resolve problems encountered in the field to eliminate costly rework or retesting;
  • Ensure work is performed per plans and specifications via coordination with the Quality Assurance;
  • Coordinate with clients to ensure proposed construction and work methods are clearly understood and accepted and ensure agreement on environmental and safety work plans for permitting;
  • Provide input into the scheduling of projects to meet the client's required deadline and maintain construction resources to acceptable levels;
  • Monitor progress to ensure scheduling milestones (or targets) are understood and are being met;
  • Coordinate between the construction contractor and the project consultant to resolve field discrepancies in design packages and material delays;
  • Ensure equipment and manpower resources are being used efficiently;
  • Review contractor work performance and project status updates;
  • Ensure all process safety management and management of change requirements regarding detailed designs and field design modifications and scope changes are met by forwarding appropriate latest documentation;
  • - Participate in a post-project appraisal review and report (lessons learned)
  • - Coordinate project turnover activities with the Engineer and Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  • Participate in the management of change control process;
  • Network with various client departments to ensure all appropriate permits and regulations are followed;
  • - Review and approve field purchases and contractor invoices and time-sheets;
  • - Coordinate schedules for vendor representatives;
  • DELIVERABLES: Work deliverables are items deemed necessary to manage and control project work. These deliverables will include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Inspection document and observations/conservations in Traction;
  • Coordinate solutions between the construction manager and the project engineer to address field discrepancies in design packages and material delays;
  • Deliver status reports as requested to the construction manager and project engineer;
  • Create and submit weekly project narratives to the construction manager;
  • Complete the construction portion of the project on schedule, within budget, meeting safety requirements and with appropriate quality;
  • Develop plan for construction contractor's interface with on-going operations and/or other activities;
  • Develop the Construction Plan and provide to the construction manager to incorporate into the Project Execution Plan;
  • Employment Status : Full-time, Contractual

Educational Requirements: EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE: To be considered for the role of Construction Engineer, applicants must have the following qualifications:
A minimum of a bachelor's degree in an civil engineering discipline or equivalent technical experience;
Willingness and ability to work a 12-hour day/night shift, 7 days a week on a rotational basis in a remote location;
Experience in a construction management role;
Minimum of 3 years of construction experience in civil and/or structural engineering disciplines;
Demonstrated knowledge of cost impact and reporting and project schedule management;
Demonstrated track record of multi-project coordination with projects in varying phases of completion;
Knowledge of commissioning turnover systems.

Experience Requirements:

  • 3 year(s).

Additional Job Requirements

  • Age 28 to 45 years
  • Only males are allowed to apply
  • PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: In addition to the required qualifications, the successful applicant is likely to be able to demonstrate the following:
  • Knowledge of Digital Programming such as Primavera, Project planner;
  • Knowledge of HSE policies and procedures;
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence others in a non-confrontational manner;
  • Good verbal and written communication skills;
  • Good organizational skills;
  • English fluency;
  • Job Location : Cox's Bazar

Salary Negotiable, T/A, Mobile bill, Over time allowance
Salary Review: Yearly
Festival Bonus: 2
As per company policy.

Job Level: Mid  Level Job

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Application Deadline: July 10,2019