Infrastructure Project Engineer (Civil Engineering)

  • Full Time
  • Romford
  • Salary Guide: £25,000 - £50,000


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Water & Environmental Resource Management Limited

With a rapidly expanding workload and with a new client base, we now require a Civil Engineering Project Engineer with a minimum 3 years minimum exper... Role: Project Engineer, Category: Engineering, Size: 11-50

Infrastructure Project Engineer (Civil Engineering): Water & Environmental Resource Management Limited

With a rapidly expanding workload and with a new client base, we now require a Civil Engineering Project Engineer with a minimum 3 years minimum experience in the design of public health (sewerage and water mains) and utility infrastructure (gas, electric, water, telecomms) for re-developments and new developments. The successful candidate shall be qualified to a minimum ONC level (Civil Engineering), preferably degree level and will be proficient in CAD, MS office and Windes software.

Position: Infrastructure Project Engineer (Civil Engineering)
Location: Romford
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £25,000 – £50,000
Last Updated: 14 January 2022
Job Category: Engineering

Project Engineer Role:

A Project Engineer, or Field Engineer is an Engineer who manages a team during a complete lifecycle of a technical or engineering project. They typically coordinate all project elements including development of budgets, plans, work schedules and other technical activities relating to the project.

Other Duties:

  • Preparing, scheduling, coordinating and monitoring assigned technical and engineering projects
  • Translating client needs and organising practical terms into required timelines to be met by the team
  • Maintaining cleanliness to ensure health and safety standards on-site
  • Resolving any problems with the team, plans and budget to ensure that the project flows smoothly
  • Identifying potential problems with the project, leading the team into developing solutions and ensuring that they are implemented
  • Hosting frequent meetings with teams to build morale and inform them of their daily activities
  • Ensuring that all legal requirements are met throughout the project
  • Working with third-party contractors to develop viable time scales and working practices



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