AECOM Equipment Resident Engineer - Expression of Interest in San Pedro,
Business Line Transportation
Position Title Equipment Resident Engineer - Expression of Interest
Côte d'Ivoire - Bas-Sassandra
Due to our strong pipeline of projects in Ivory Coast, San Pedro within the transportation field we may have an opening for an experienced Equipment Resident Engineer .
If you would like to be the first one to hear about this opportunity when it will arise, submit an expression of interest now and let’s stay in touch.
The Equipment RE will be responsible for leading the port equipment construction supervision team in accordance with the consultancy services agreement with particular focus on the administration of the various equipment supply; installation and commissioning contracts.
The RE is also responsible for oversight of the construction supervision team in accordance with the consultancy services agreement with support from AECOM Africa port and Marine end market professionals.
The RE also serves as the AECOM Project Manager responsible for delivering the consultancy services such that the project achieves agreed KPIs for Client satisfaction, SHE, Quality and finances and also adheres to all company policies and procedures.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The RE’s duties include but are not limited to the following.
Produce the project execution plan, HSE plan, construction management plan, quality plan, contract management plan, and other functional support plans as may be required for the planned and efficient delivery of the consultancy services.
Steward the implementation Contractor(s) to deliver the works in alignment with the overall project timetable.
Support the design review consultant in the review of drawings and technical specifications with particular focus on construction and construction safety related issues.
Support the Construction Contractor with the procurement of all statutory permits and licences required for the works to proceed.
Monitor the Contractor’s delivery of the Works for compliance with the Contract documents
Reporting, planning, earned value assessments and the like for inclusion in overall project reporting to the Client
Participate and where required lead risk management workshops related to the construction phase of the Work.
The RE is responsible for:
Management of site staff and defining and communicating their duties and roles under the consultancy agreement and the contractor’s contract.
Conferring with supervisory personnel, owners, contractors, and design professionals to discuss and resolve construction related matters such as work procedures and construction problems.
Mentoring and developing a team of site supervision professionals and making recommendations for specific staff training.
Implementation of the project’s integrated management system including the Quality Management System.
Reviewing and advising on the Contractor’s Quality Plan.
Stewarding the Contractor to deliver the Works to the specified quality in accordance with the Contractor’s Quality Plan.
Recording of any area of defective work identified and stewarding the Contractor in implementation of remedial measures.
Taking action to deal with the results of delays, bad weather, or emergencies at construction site and stewarding the Contractor in delivery of recovery plans were deemed necessary.
Assessing impacts of proposed contractual changes of scope, schedule and cost.
Receiving and reviewing the Contractor’s daily activity schedule, reporting of activities and progress reporting.
Advising on the suitability of the Contractor’s Method statements and materials proposed by the Contractor
Keeping a site record of all activities.
Reviewing and commenting on Contractors’ Health, Safety, Security and Environmental plans and auditing of working procedures. Stewarding the Contractors to take action on site as deemed necessary to ensure safe working conditions.
Reviewing Contractor’s temporary works proposals. Where deemed necessary, refer temporary works drawings to the design review consultant for review and comment.
Reviewing as-built drawings produced by the Contractor.
Stewarding the Contractors in the preparation of Operation and Maintenance manuals.
Providing support and advice to the Client on Construction Management implementation or interface.
Liaising with the Client’s team in relation to on-going project progress, decisions and changes.
Reporting to the company on the status of construction progress, and decisions/changes facilitating or impacting construction progress.
Coordinating project needs and service delivery with AECOM Africa regional groups: HSE, Quality, HR, Oil & Gas End Market, etc.
Implementing project risk assessment activities and maintaining a project-level risk register.
Proactively identifying risks and working with the contractor and various other site teams to reduce negative impact of risks
Supporting the development of tender and contract documents for interfacing works.
Assessing the contractor’s progress against programme and performing earned value assessments.
Interpreting and explaining plans and contract terms to administrative staff, workers and the Client’s team.
Coordination of revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with clients and contractors.
Minimum 2 years of experience as RE or ARE on large industrial projects.
Minimum 2 years of experience as an AECOM PM on a contract with value> USD 10 million.
Minimum 5 years of experience in construction site environment.
Minimum 5 years of experience in a leadership position overseeing staff and other personnel on major infrastructure projects during construction phase.
Minimum 5 years of experience in the employ of an engineering consulting firm.
Team leader / decision maker – ability to identify skill gaps in team members and implement appropriate development.
Focused on client delivery – attention to detail and quality with a capacity to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Empathy towards staff and colleagues – collaborative management style.
Specific Skills required:
This position requires sound problem resolution, judgment, decision-making, troubleshooting skills and the ability to advocate and direct the implementation of project management systems.
Leadership and negotiation skills to resolve project related issues.
High level of proficiency and understanding of mechanical equipment, construction integration and data analysis & reporting.
Knowledge of industry best practice for health, safety and environmental management for dredging, reclamation and ground improvement works.
Eligibility to work in Ivory Coast (due to nationality) is an advantage.
French language skills is an advantage.
Certification as an AECOM Project Manager is an advantage.
Engineering degree (4 years) or 3 year technical diploma in a relevant engineering field (mechanical).
Professionally registration and membership of a professional organisation.
What We Offer
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Job Category Engineering - Transportation
Business Group Design and Consulting Services Group (DCS)
Country Côte d'Ivoire
Position Status Temporary
Requisition/Vacancy No. 187202BR
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.