Job Description and Requirements
Job Description :
We are currently looking for a Senior Resident Engineer for our utilities and tunnel project in Doha, Qatar.
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil engineering from an accredited University with Professional
Qualifications from a recognized International Institution and with a professional career
development record all as approved by the Engineer.
Membership of an accredited Project Management and / or tunneling Institution would
be an advantage.
Chartered Engineer status in the United Kingdom or any other recognized Professional
Institution is required, all to the approval of the Engineer.
Minimum of 18 years post-graduate and demonstrable experience, of which 10 years
in a managerial or technical lead capacity of similar large scale sewerage projects,
including networks, deep and micro tunnels, TSE systems, and Tunnel boring machine experience.
Must demonstrate experience in respect of the technical and financial proposals,
evaluation and constructability, technology deployment and solving technical problem that
may arise during construction.
Experience must include all Health & Safety and Environmental Protection aspects of
similar large scale sewerage programmes / schemes.
It is an essential requirement to have previous experience in managing similar
sewerage programmes / schemes comprised of Design & Build projects.
Ability to coordinate, corporate and communicate with other construction projects in the
vicinity of the works, in addition to effectively consulting with Statutory Bodies in respect
of acquiring necessary consents and licenses.
Must be fluent in English, both written and spoken, with an excellent capability in written
technical skills as well as oral and written communication skills.
Strong leadership quality to lead and motivate a team of Resident Engineers,
Assistants, Inspectors of Works, Quantity Surveyors, etc.
Proactive acumen and an ability to manage work at multiple areas on site are essential.
Computer skills are mandatory.
Experience working in Qatar is preferred.