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Project Engineer

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    £24,000 - £30,000
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    1 year ago
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Responsible To: Directors or Project Director for designated projects

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Technical
A Project Engineer is directly responsible for planning and/or carrying out:
 Design, procurement and execution of ground investigation work and associated laboratory testing
 Preparation of factual and interpretative aspects of site investigation report
 Qualitative and quantitative analysis of geotechnical and environmental designs including computer
based analysis
 Detailed design of geotechnical and environmental solutions including foundations, retaining walls,
earthworks, remediation schemes, monitoring programmes
 Supervision and direction of specialist geotechnical/environmental/groundworks contractors and
preparation of completion/validation reports
 Preparation of Specifications, Contract Documents, cost estimates and measurements
 Assessment of designs and information provided by external sources including tendering contractors,
structural engineers and specialist sub‐contractors

2. Managerial
Project Engineer shall:
 Ensure that all work is carried out professionally and the procedures for recording and filing information,
technical analyses, quality control checking are all in accordance with the policies
 Liaise with clients, other members of project team and regulators on a project specific basis
 Control programme and budget of projects for which he/she is responsible
 Provide input into programme discussions to ensure adequate resources for his/her projects
 Identify to the Directors any potential for increased efficiency/improvements within the current

3. Personal
 Be aware of Health and Safety Law and Environmental Law responsibilities
 Ensure he/she is undertaking continuing professional development by reading journals, attending
seminars and attending courses
 Actively pursue Professional Chartered Status