Project Engineer – Marine Jobs In Dubai | ByrneLooby
ByrneLooby is proud to be now part of Ayesa. Ayesa has almost 6,300 staff members based in 40 countries around the globe. Ayesa’s engineering work covers numerous fields with a market-leading international reputation in infrastructure, water conveyance and treatment systems, transport, marine, waste management, aeronautics and defence. Ayesa is also a consolidated technology consultancy, an expert in the digital transformation of large companies such as utilities and technological solutions for public institutions.
- Works independently, calling on experts as required, to deliver designs for our clients
- Ensures all civil/structural and marine designs are in accordance with set standards and all recommendations are robust, value-based and commissionable
- Ensures that designs are delivered on time to our clients and that the design fulfils the client’s brief
- Inspects structures and construction work and ensures that all aspects of design are correctly implemented
- Monitors processes and results and ensures that they comply with relevant safety, legal, ethical and regulatory requirements
- Ability to make appropriate judgments and decisions and exercise initiative
- Assist with the preparation of tender documentation
- 2-6 years of industry experience
- Masters in Civil Engineering or Structural Engineer
- Experience in the field of marine civil engineering is desirable
- Chartered or near chartered with the ICE or equivalent.
- Has proven technical knowledge of specific subject areas pertaining to civil and structural works and proven ability to use relevant software
- Has a willingness and ability to contribute to business development and the growth of the business.
- Experienced & confident with report writing and presentation skills
- Can communicate effectively with clients, colleagues and outside agencies and build effective working relationships and willingness to exceed client expectations
- Adheres to all Codes of Practice, Design Standards and Health and Safety Regulations