Civils Project Engineer – Waste Water

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  • Salary: €40,000 - €60,000
  • Location: IrelandGalwayConnacht
  • Sector: Power & EnergyConstruction & Civils
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Our client, an exciting & innovative Irish Tech start-up specialising in energy efficient water and wastewater solutions, are seeking to hire a Project Engineer (Civil) to join their growing team in Galway.

Qualifications and Experience:

We are seeking ideal candidates who possess experience in several of the following domains:

  • A track record in a diverse range of Water Services Projects.
  • Proficiency in preparing preliminary and detailed designs and tender documents.
  • Supervision and Contract Administration of Water Services projects.
  • Familiarity with Irish Water/Uisce Éireann projects and knowledge of IW standards.
  • Capability in SuDs (Sustainable Drainage Systems) design and the development of drainage strategies.
  • Experience in flood risk management, flood relief scheme design, and fluvial flood modeling could be advantageous.

Skills and Qualifications Required:

  • A minimum of a Level 8 Degree in Civil Engineering with at least 4+ years of relevant experience (Roles and compensation will be tailored to match experience and qualifications).
  • A relevant MSc would be considered favorably.
  • A collaborative team player with a proactive and constructive work approach.
  • Design Experience – BIM, Revit, AutoCAD.
  • Excellent knowledge of Hydraulics, WWT processes, Structural engineering & steel design,
  • Exceptional communication, planning, and organizational abilities.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, a willingness to shoulder responsibility, and meet tight deadlines.
  • Proficiency in technical report writing.

For more information or to apply directly email cian.conry@sonastechnical.com or apply directly on Indeed

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