Senior Resident Engineer

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08 Oct 2016
05 Nov 2016

Senior Resident Engineer – Infrastructure-Roads

A large, reputable international consultancy firm has an urgent requirement to recruit Senior Resident Engineer. This role involves overseeing large infrastructure projects that include roads, bridges & other associated projects and will be responsible of the timeline, budget and quality of projects. This role reports directly to Project Director.

Main responsibilities:

  • Manage and lead the construction supervision team to ensure compliance with the Contract Documents
  • Direct, assist and monitor the performance of the construction team including RE’s, QS and Planners
  • Manage construction supervision, quality control, financial control, hand over and other site operations.
  • Manage and monitor the construction schedule and review the progress reports
  • In the case of any delays, inform the PMC and the client
  • Provide claims analysis support, including dispute resolution
  • Participate in contract close-out activities
  • Report issues, status and progress of works on site
  • Bring and share international Health & Safety best practices
  • Monitor the Contractors performance and progress reports
  • Set and monitor duration of submittal review and approval of shop drawings and material submittals


  • BSc Degree in Civil Engineering is essential
  • 20+ years working relevant experience
  • Extensive infrastructure experience – roads, bridges, tunnels, drainage etc.
  • Must be a Chartered Engineer (CEng or MICE)
  • Relevant working experience in infrastructure, roads & highways projects is a must.
  • GCC experience is preferred

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