■Bridge Technical/Construction Engineer
As an Engineer, you will be assigned to various projects to carry out the following tasks:
・ Scrutinize projects’ contract documents.
・ Coordinate with engineers from design department on shop drawings production.
・ Study and check accuracy of shop drawings.
・ Prepare budget of projects.
・ Prepare monthly progress claims together with Contract Department.
・ Attend site meetings.
・ Liaise with client’s representative and engineers in order to ensure smooth progress of work on site.
・ Work closely with site supervisors and foremen on the deployment of workers on site.
・ Control wastages and productivity on site.
・ Prepare monthly Site Activity Reports.
・ Prepare method statements and attend to site’s technical problems.
・ Observe and inculcate safety awareness among site personnel and workers.
・ Any other duties to be assigned from time to time.
|・ Japanese national
・ Degree in Civil / Structural Engineering or equivalent
・ 3 years’ field experience in construction projects; although fresh graduates with good potential is welcomed to apply
・ Basic design knowledge on temporary works for bridge projects
・ Experienced in project management and project execution
・ Ability to speak/write in English
・ Preferably possess structural design knowledge, cantilever construction, stay-cable and post-tensioning works experience.
・ Proficient in Autocad (2D/3D)
・ Willing to be posted to countries within ASEAN and South Asia region.
||Consulted at offering
(Contract under Utracon Overseas, Singapore. Work at the project office or regional subsidiaries; Utracon Overseas, Utracon Myanmar, Utracon Sri Lanka, Utracon Vietnam, etc.)
||シンガポール, ベトナム, ミャンマー, その他アジア, その他海外
|5 Joo Koon Way, Singapore
|勤務時間||8:00～18:00 (Project including O.T.)
|Sunday or Friday (Depend on Country)
Saturday half day
|福利厚生等||Consulted at offering
Home Leave 2 time/year with Air Tickets
||Utracon worked with Japanese Contractors last 15 years.
Many of Japanese engineers are not good at communication in English.
JICA project is increasing in ASEAN and South Asia region, and we need to cooperate with Japanese Engineers smoother than before.