Established over 50 years, our client, a leading design consultancy, has a reputation for exceptional quality and innovative designs across a range of sectors. Our client provides a variety of services in the Civil, Environmental and Structural Engineering sectors and has completed numerous successful projects in each division.
The P6 Programmer / Scheduler Engineer must:
- Hold a degree or equivalent / satisfactory qualification in Engineering / construction Management.
- Have at least 10 years’ post graduate relevant experience on Civil and Mechanical / Electrical Engineering Works.
- The candidate must be proficient in the use of programming software systems (e.g. Primavera P6 and MS Project, etc) and packages and demonstrate high proficiency in developing and maintaining progress databases including gathering information from various sources and reporting on progress, milestone projections, delay / float analysis, resource and cost / value analysis.
The Programmer shall undertake all of the duties and tasks assigned to them by the ER and shall be required to administer and supervise the contract during construction. The Programmer will be required to liaise with the appointed Project Manager and IW Capital Delivery throughout the Construction period. The RE shall comply with the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act (2005) and the General Application Regulations 2007. He shall also perform his duties in accordance with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013. In addition there will be extensive liaison with Irish Water at the P6 reporting end, with production of regular costed programme updates a minimum requirement for the project.
For additional information and a confidential discussion on this and similar opportunities contact Marian on 056 7786631 or via e-mail to Marian@optimizerecruitment.ie
Please e-mail your CV with the Vacancy reference 18133 number in the title of the mail.
All application dealt within the strictest confidence and your CV will not be released without your prior approval.