2018-03-29 11 : 36 : 011970-01-01Ashbrittle SalaryExcellent Salary + Expat Package Currency GBP Start Date ASAP Advertiser Richard Bell Telephone01727854054 Job RefRB867 DescriptionAs a result of a new contract award we have an immediate opportunity for a Supervisor or Inspector with experience supervising the execution of a civils airfield maintenance contract.
Provide supervision for onsite locations.
Fully qualified representative capable of performing with little supervision.
Capable of interpreting project plans and directing workforce accordingly.
Plans and coordinates all works and reviews the work to ensure compliance with job specifications
Maintains daily report of construction inspection activities.
Prepares sketches of construction installations that deviate from plans and incorporates changes into master plans.
Oversee total construction effort to ensure project is constructed in accordance with design, budget and schedule.
Assumes responsibility of administering portions of the contract, which includes preparing change orders.
Assist with implementation / interpretation of safety programs. Provide direction to planning, scheduling, and engineering functions as required.
Responsible for quality assurance and control process and procedures.
Any other miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Required Education & Experience
Minimum Diploma in Civil Engineering
Minimum of 5 years related experience
Requires airport related construction supervision / inspection experience for civils airfield projects (ie. Runway and taxiway repair / maintenance works).
Ideally some knowledge or experience working to ICAO Annex 14 and other relevant ICAO Standards and recommended Practices
This is a long-term position offering excellent career prospects within a well-developed and highly successful organisation.
The tax free salary is attractive and the benefits package is first class.
Please email Richard Bell your CV in strict confidence to richard ashbrittle.com quoting reference number : RB866 asdf Apply Email Remind me Apply Later