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Essential to the construction field is the site engineer, who is responsible for supervising a project through every phase until its completion.
Work duties typically entail obtaining required permits for on-site construction, ensuring each task is finished according to quality standards, identifying structural problems, providing sound solutions for any technical issues, addressing issues with any subcontractors in a timely way, following strict budget guidelines regarding materials and work hours and acting as the principal technical advisor to subcontractors and crafts people. Other important duties are levelling, surveying and setting out the project site; inspecting drawings and blueprints to get an accurate assessment of the project, ensuring that all materials are being used according to specifications, managing and monitoring the design of supplied contract documents, supervising the project site daily (including the labour force and the sub-contractors) and resolving any unexpected technical problems.
This person must demonstrate a strong ability to seek creative solutions to problems and present them to subcontractors as needed. Most employers require a university degree in architecture, management or construction, and experience as a construction foreperson or subcontractor is an advantage. The average salary for this position is typically £35,000 to £45,000 per year, depending on experience and employer.
Site Engineers oversee the activities on civil and structural engineering jobs. They do sketches, and revision of construction drawings, ensuring that designs are in keeping with compliance regulations and building codes. They supervise workers on a construction sites, including surveyors and different teams. They assist engineers, construction managers, architects, and sub-contractors.
A Site Engineer usually performs many of the following tasks:
• Delivering safety and environmental management systems
• Interfacing with the design team
• Implementing best practices
• Supervising sub-contractors
• Assisting with Quality Systems
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Salary Negotiable dependent-on experience
Dorchester, Dorset, South West, UK
From £260 to £310 per day
Oldbury, West Midlands, West Midlands, West Midlands, UK
Stowmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom
£260 - £310/day Own kit preferred
West Midlands (County), United Kingdom
£215 - £245/day
Croydon, Greater London, United Kingdom
£53200 - £66500/annum
Dublin City Centre, Republic of Ireland
£28000 - £40000/annum
Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
£28000 - £40000 per annum
Manchester, Greater Manchester, North West, UK
From £215 to £245 per day
Croydon, Surrey, Surrey, South East, UK
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