Salaries for both up to £40,616 pa + car allowance, relocation expenses and final salary pension scheme
Our client is Europe’s busiest and most successful ferry port, they handle 15 million passengers, 3 million tourist vehicles and 2 million freight vehicles a year. With these figures set to increase, they are investing around £300m in a new ferry terminal and associated infrastructure including a marina, property development and traffic regulation. With the momentum already building there’s never been a more exciting time to join their team.
As a Development Engineer you’ll be heavily involved in all aspects of construction, from feasibility, design and detailing through to Project Management for new works and the maintenance of existing installations. Their forward workload is hugely varied, so you’ll be working not only on maritime-related projects, but also civil engineering and building schemes.
To make an impact, you’ll need to be a widely experienced Civil Engineer (Chartered or Incorporated) or a graduate with some experience, working towards corporate membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers. You’ll be given full training and support to gain this and when achieved, this will open up a clearly defined career path. A background in project management and delivery will prove invaluable, as will experience within a port or maritime environment.
The Building and Estates group has a key role in ensuring that property on the Board’s estate is developed and maintained to a high standard and managed in compliance with legislation. To help us with this they are looking for positive, flexible and highly knowledgeable individuals to join the team.
Within this role you will provide a broad range of building surveying, civil engineering and construction expertise across the port to deliver new assets, maintain and improve existing buildings, highways, port infrastructure and other structures or facilities. You will play a key role in supporting the Head of Building and Estates, assisting with the delivery of team objectives.
As a construction professional (preferably chartered), you must have a wide experience of project management, contract administration, financial and budget monitoring, building condition surveys, planning asset management programmes and the inspection of ongoing contracted or direct labour works.