Tunnel Job Descriptions

  1. Principal/Senior structural engineering analyst
  2. Project manager
  3. Supervisor
  4. Tunnels manager
  5. General Foreman/Site manager
  6. Scheduler
  7. NEC supervisor
  8. Tunnel Testing & Commissioning Lead Engineer
  9. Quantity Surveyor
  10. TBM Shift Engineers
  11. Site Engineer
  12. Project Administrator
  13. Civil Engineer
  14. Construction Inspector
  15. Design Engineering
  16. H & S Manager
  17. Logistics Manager
  18. Operations Manager
  19. Pipeline Estimator
  20. Planning Engineer
  21. Project Engineer
  22. Resident Engineer
  23. Sales Agent
  24. M & E Engineer
  25. SCL  Engineer
  26. Section Manager
  27. Segmont Production Manager
  28. TBM Designer
  29. TBM Electrician
  30. TBM Expert
  31. Tunnel Construction Manager
  32. Tunnel Contracts Manager
  1. Principal/Senior structural engineering analyst

The role involves a wide variety of duties including:

  • Carrying out advanced analysis for a wide variety of complex scenarios
  • Leading and supervising advanced analysis for all types of civil assets e.g. tunnel, buildings, bridges, stadia, towers
  • Working within a team to analyse code and non-code compliant structures to develop practical and cost-effective solutions to external and internal clients
  • Liaise with clients, providing reports and project feedback and build strong relationships for longer term business development
  • Network with all areas of the company
  • Prepare and deliver presentations and reports
  • Mentor and develop junior engineers

Your background is likely to be:

  • Solid practical understanding of how structures work and good structural/ civil engineering experience
  • Extensive analytical experience
  • A good engineering degree (honours or equivalent)
  • Chartered engineer with IStructE or ICE (or similar will be considered)
  • Background in consultancy
  • Experience in the use of analytical software, e.g. LUSAS, ABAQUS, ADINA
  • Familiar with local industry codes and standards, and with the desire to push boundaries where appropriate
  • Commercial awareness
  • Open to opportunities for further developing new business
  • Further studies in a relevant field may be beneficial but is not essential


  1. Project manager

The role involves a wide variety of duties including:


  • Project management, client engagement and technical leadership of various projects including having responsibility for scope, budget, schedule and technical quality as the design progresses
  • Plan, organize, and lead project teams in the delivery, design, and documentation of project requirements
  • Assist in the development and presentation of bid proposals to pursue contracts for underground
  • Lead project teams in the development of geo-investigations, evaluation of geotechnical data, geo-structural analysis, design, evaluation and preparation of calculations and drawings and construction bid documents, preparation of feasibility studies for tunnelling related projects including cost and schedule estimates
  • Prepare standard documents, such as technical specifications, in accordance with applicable design codes
  • Assist in the training, mentoring and management of intermediate and junior engineers
  • Supervise, coordinate and review the work of other tunnel engineers
  • Liaise with other disciplines, professionals, clients and third parties as needed
  • Provide support to other disciplines and offices as required.


Your background is likely to have experience working within our primary markets along with having the following candidate specifications (preferred candidates will possess the following):


  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil / Structural, Geological or Geotechnical Engineering from an accredited university (candidates with Master's Degree or PhD is preferred)
  • 5 years + of experience in Tunnelling or Structural/Geotechnical engineering design for tunnels,
  • Experience with management of projects and/or management of design of structures £10 Million or more in construction value
  • Professional engineering designation or credentials for registration as a professional engineer is required; PMP accreditation is an asset
  • Excellent verbal, written and client facing communication skills
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Excellent analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills in complex and changing environments
  • Excellent experience with the design of tunnel and shaft support systems/techniques in both soil and rock environments


  1. Supervisor

You will have the following skills and experience:

  • Degree/ HND qualified engineer or equivalent experience (preferably Chartered/ Incorporated)
  • Technical competency assessment criteria for Senior Field Assurance Engineer
  • Site based experience of engineering and/or construction on major infrastructure projects
  • Extensive knowledge and experience of construction quality systems and processes
  • Knowledge of the NEC3 form of contract and of CDM Regulations
  • Knowledge and experience of site-based ES&H processes and procedures/regulations
  • Excellent communications and team-working skills
  • Proven team leader


  1. Tunnels manager

Responsible for:

  • The maintenance of existing highway and railway tunnels
  • Supervising the teams undertaking the works
  • Undertaking both client and onsite briefings and managing all aspects of the delivery of these works including all quality checks to ensure that works are delivered to budget and on time


There will be the requirement to be on call and there mayl be a requirement to undertake some night shifts.


You will have previous experience of undertaking similar works, you should hold a CSCS card and a minimum of a SSSTS card


  1. General Foreman/Site manager

Responsible for:

  • Assisting the Project Manager in the management of the site on a day to day basis
  • Responsible for managing Health, Safety & Environmental matters
  • Responsible for ensuring a safe working environment for all site staff
  • Preparation and management of safety documentation WPP etc.
  • Ability to brief safety information to all site staff
  • Control and issuing of appropriate permits to work
  • Control and monitoring of competencies on site
  • Maintain site diary, issue works records, record extra works incl. site measurements
  • Manage labour, plant and materials on site.
  • Prepare timesheets, plant records etc.
  • Must be able to read drawings effectively.


Required Experience:-

You will need:

  • proven managerial experience of a large work force across multiple sub contractors. Experience of working on a major project (100million+) in value across heavy civil engineering projects such as Rail, Water, Airports, Road & Highways, Environmental sectors
  • CSCS Card
  • First Aid
  • NEBOSH (Desirable but not essential for the Health and Safety aspects on site)


  1. Scheduler

Responsible for:

  • The development, management and maintenance of construction programmes
  • Undertake review and management of contractors/suppliers programmes and use them to create a Project Master Programme for the whole of the project
  • Liaising with the risk change and cost management team
  • Contributing to the weekly and monthly progress reports as well as ad hoc reports as and when required
  • Developing and take ownership of robust and coherent, construction programmes in conjunction with the construction delivery teams
  • Ensuring that project schedules reflect the correct scope of work, meets the agreed work plan dates and objectives
  • Facilitating construction programmes as core control tools for the project
  • Timely and accurate weekly/monthly updates
  • Reviewing and advising on schedule risk and mitigation measures for delay recovery on critical activities, contractors/suppliers programme submissions in line with requirements as set out in the NEC3 Form of Contract
  • Reviewing and advise on claims for extension of time
  • Analysing project schedule and advising Project Manager of progress against schedule
  • Integrating project budget and schedule to forecast cash flow requirements
  • Developing and implement progress performance metrics
  • Implementing project control procedures in conjunction with Programme Controls and Project Teams
  • Providing base information for the 90 day look-ahead (monthly) and any other ad-hoc schedule exercises
  • • Utilising quality techniques and tools within project management and business processes
  • Providing support to all teams, to resolve any audit non-conformities that may arise
  • Developing user-friendly means of communicating the schedule to the wider team
  • Promoting Project WBS as the primary means of cross-discipline coding & linking
  • Recognising areas for improvement and communicate them to senior management to ensure continual improvement

The minimum qualifications for this position are:

  • Significant construction experience on major multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects.
  • Expert planning and scheduling knowledge Experience of Primavera P6 , including resource and cost loading, generating Earned Value reports as well as graphic and tabular progress reports.
  • Good working knowledge of MS Excel: Table (Vlookup, Filtering, Data manipulation & summarisation) and Excel Functions.
  • General computer literacy in MS Office and MS Project. Good report writing and presentation skills accurate and concise.
  • Ability to develop programmes from first principles as well as critical interrogation of suppliers programmes. Good verbal/written communication skills
  • Good personal organisational skills
  • Proven planning & scheduling thinking and approach (Not a P6-jockey)

Desirable :

  • Knowledge in Construction Management Experience in tunnelling methods
  • Good understanding of design process Knowledge of NEC3 and its application to the programme
  • Knowledge of CDM and its impact on the programme
  • Good supervisory skills
  • Good interpersonal/human relation skills with an ability to interact at senior and junior levels
  • Knowledge of Project Management techniques as described in APM Guidelines or similar learned society Experience of linear planning (with Time-Chainage programmes as key output) usng Tilos or equivalent software

Education and qualifications:

  • Qualified in Civil/Building Engineering or construction related discipline
  • Safety & health conscious, flexible working conditions, collaborative & friendly with regular social activities


  1. NEC supervisor

The role supports the Project Supervisor to ensure on behalf of the Employer that the works comply with the NEC Contract Works Information.

Responsible for:

  • Observing workmanship,
  • Identifying quality control/assurance issues,
  • Observing and undertaking tests and inspections and
  • Record and report defects.

The Works Supervisors inspections shall be undertaken both on and off site. The Works Supervisor must be sufficiently experienced in major underground work packages including:

  • TBM tunnelling
  • Sprayed Concrete Lining
  • Piling &ground engineering
  • Shaft sinking and lining, and secondary lining installation in tunnels.


Awareness of the operation of NEC contracts and in quality control and assurance such as Inspection and Test Plans are required. Works Supervision is required.

Key responsibilities:

  • Assist the Project Supervisor on the Central Main Works Contract
  • Form a collaborative team with the other Supervisor staff
  • Perform duties in a spirit of mutual trust and cooperation with Employer, the Contractor, and the Project Manager and in accordance with the highest professional standards.
  • Become fully conversant with the provisions of the Contract to ensure that the works are constructed or installed in accordance with the Contract.
  • Assist the Supervisor team providing input to any Surveillance, Observations and daily and weekly reporting
  • Undertake ITP Intervention points
  • Provide input into engineering solutions to resolve site based queries and coordinating resolution of issues
  • Reviewing and commenting on in conjunction with the Project Manager and other review parties the ITPs / Material Approvals and Method Statements
  • Monitoring the Contractor to ensure that proper processes are identified and implemented to achieve the required quality compliance
  • Support the Supervisor team in the review and acceptance of the Contract rectification packages
  • Contribute to continuous improvement, best practice and lessons learned
  • Contribute to the management of safety on site including the safety of public, safety of the site work force, safety of the permanent works, and the safety of property
  • Assist with defect reporting and notification of corrective measures

The minimum qualifications for this position are:

  • BSc, HND/HNC,NVQ or extensive first hand construction experience


Skills and experience:

  • Construction experience in heavy civils,
  • TBM, SCL tunnelling Experience of the Supervisor role on large scale projects
  • Management of multiple sites
  • Excellent communication skills, numerical skills, and an ability to multi-task with limited supervision
  • Awareness of NEC Forms of Contract Characteristics and attributes
  • Safety & health conscious


  1. Tunnel Testing & Commissioning Lead Engineer

Responsible for:

  • Implementing the latest T&C delivery programme for the Tunnel Ventilation system
  • Where M&E subcontractors are appointed to deliver T&C works, manages them for the testing and commissioning phases of the project in line with the programme requirements
  • Liaises with the PSM to organise the relevant teams of Authorised Persons and Senior Authorised Persons to assist with LV energisations in line with the IRN process
  • Liaises with the C610 Work Authorisation Documentation Manager and supports the WAD process for the Tunnel Ventilation system
  • Liaises with the Temporary Operations & Maintenance Manager for all interfaces with temporary services
  • Write the Tunnel Ventilation Test Procedures
  • Ensure compliance to Health & Safety procedures and regulations to ensure the T&C phases are safe and in compliance with requirements
  • Coordination with the M&E installation team to ensure a smooth transition from IRN into T&C
  • Report progress periodically (weekly basis) to the Senior M&E Lead Engineer and T&C Manager and raise any warning signs or issues that could affect the program of work
  • Schedule all T&C works in a logical steps and budget time required to meet deadlines.
  • Support the Senior M&E Lead Engineer to determine resources allocation and help coordination with the T&C Manager
  • Carry out Inspection and Audit reviews to monitor compliance with quality, safety codes, and other regulations.
  • Support ATC to obtain all necessary certificates i.e. (IRNs, PCCs, PACs, etc...) and permits to work.


Required Experience:

  • HNC / HND / Degree or equivalent in Electrical/Electronics/Automation
  • Relevant electrical certifications
  • Authorised Person (LV) competence is desirable
  • Good organisational skills
  • IT, computer literate
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Relevant experience of M&E Systems
  • Good communicator
  • Versatility, professionalism, time management, good audit and record keeping, attention to detail, interpersonal and communication skills, team player.


  1. Quantity Surveyor


Responsible for:

  • Preparing tender and contract documents, including performing risk, value management and cost control
  • Performing cost analysis, seek funding options and prepare final accounts for submission
  • Working on utilities and civil engineering projects, you will also be responsible for managing costs from inception to completion and minimising cost and maximising value for money

The ideal candidate will be degree-qualified, with at least an HNC in Quantity Surveying and;

  • Experience working on frameworks;
  • Experience in a multi-utility environment is preferred, however candidates from a general or specialist civil engineering background will also be considered;
  • At least 3 years' post-graduate experience in Quantity Surveying



Non-managerial roles

  1. TBM Shift Engineers

Reports to the TBM Shift Manager for works on the TBM during the shift as excavation continues.


Role includes:

  • Ensuring works are undertaken in accordance with existing RAMS
  • Ensuring excavation is carried out in accordance with the current operational instruction sheet
  • Controlling the supply sequence of rings to the TBM to enable correct ring building
  • Selecting and recording the orientation of the rings built to follow the TBM alignment
  • Recording damage to rings built on the TBM data base
  • Checking ring plane and installing appropriate packing to control plane
  • Recording the critical path activities of the shift on the TBM data base
  • Recording the Geology from the excavated spoil
  • Face logging and recording of tools changed during interventions
  • Liaise with members of the TBM crew and disseminate information as required


  • A Bachelor degree of equivalent in an Engineering discipline (preferably Civil, Structural or Mechanical)
  • SMSTS trained
  • CSCS Card
  • Tunnel Safety Card


  1. Site Engineer

What does a site engineer do?

Site engineers have similar jobs to construction (site) managers on a construction project. They manage parts of a construction project (also known as packages), providing technical advice, supervising staff on site and ensuring that their packages are completed on time and within budget.

The main difference between site managers and site engineers is that site engineers tend to have a more specific, technical knowledge and expertise. Site engineers typically come from a civil, structural, geotechnical, building services, mechanical or electrical engineering background and manage packages related to those areas.

Key tasks of the job include:

  • managing parts of construction projects
  • overseeing building work
  • undertaking surveys
  • setting out sites and organising facilities
  • checking technical designs and drawings to ensure that they are followed correctly
  • supervising contracted staff
  • ensuring projects meet agreed specifications, budgets or timescales
  • liaising with clients, subcontractors and other professional staff, especially quantity surveyors and the overall project manager
  • providing technical advice and solving problems on site
  • preparing site reports and filling in other paperwork
  • liaising with quantity surveyors about the ordering and negotiating the price of materials
  • ensuring that health and safety and sustainability policies and legislation are adhered to


Site engineers work out on a construction site in all weathers and tend to work on one project at a time. Depending on the location of the project, they might need to relocate or complete a lengthy commute.

Typical employers of site engineers:

  • Construction companies and specialist civil engineering companies (contractors)
  • Public sector organisations – a few vacancies
  • Vacancies are advertised online on TARGETjobs, individual construction companies’ websites and careers service websites. You can also find jobs advertised in national newspapers and via professional bodies, such as the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institution of Structural Engineers and the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers.

Qualifications and training required:

There are routes into a career as a site engineer for both university graduates and school leavers. Graduates will need an accredited degree in engineering: usually civil, structural, geotechnical, mechanical, electrical or building services. While in their graduate role, graduates will work towards a professional qualification with the most appropriate professional body (such as the Institution of Civil Bodies): this will either be incorporated or chartered status, depending on whether they have a BEng or an MEng/MSc.

Site engineer applicants are more attractive to graduate recruiters if they have some work experience within the construction industry . The most common types of industry work experience are years in industry as part of a sandwich degree course or summer placements. Find out more about getting work experience in construction.

Key skills for site engineers:

  • Commercial awareness – an understanding of how your actions can affect profitability of a project
  • Team working and communication
  • Technical skills
  • An eye for detail
  • Problem solving
  • Management skills
  1. Project Administrator

Responsible for:

  • Supporting the project
  • Creating and maintaining a series of side by side hard and online copies of all costing actions
  • Monitoring any rising queries relating to invoice and provision anomalies, which need to be quickly resolved with finance team and supplier
  • Occasional plant monitoring
  • Run checks on registers


We're looking for:


  • Previous experience of Cost Clerk procedures and project support
  • Computer knowledge and efficiency, including Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times
  • The ability to communicate at all levels, both verbally and through written correspondence?



  1. Civil Engineer

Civil engineers design, plan and oversee construction projects such as railways and roads.

Most civil engineers specialise in a type of project.

What does a civil engineer do?

Civil engineers create, improve and protect the environment in which we live. They plan, design and oversee construction and maintenance of building structures and infrastructure, such as roads, railways, airports, bridges, harbours, dams, irrigation projects, power plants, and water and sewerage systems. They also design and build tall buildings and large structures that can withstand all weather conditions.

Generally, civil engineers fall into two types: consulting engineers and contracting engineers. Consultants are responsible for the design work of projects and work predominantly in an office. Contractors then take the designs and implement them during construction. Contractors work on site, managing the construction of the structure.


Depending on whether you are a contractor or a consultant, work activities can include:

  • undertaking technical and feasibility studies including site investigations
  • using a range of computer software for developing detailed designs
  • undertaking complex calculations
  • liaising with clients and a variety of professionals including architects and subcontractors
  • compiling job specs and supervising tendering procedures
  • resolving design and development problems
  • managing budgets and project resources
  • scheduling material and equipment purchases and deliveries
  • making sure the project complies with legal requirements, especially health and safety
  • assessing the sustainability and environmental impact of projects
  • ensuring projects run smoothly and structures are completed within budget and on time
  • Working hours for consulting civil engineers are generally normal office hours, with some extra hours and weekend work close to project deadlines. Contractors, on the other hand, often work shifts and weekends and are outside in all weathers.

Typical employers of civil engineers

  • Construction companies (both consultants and contractors)
  • Local authorities and government departments
  • Rail companies
  • Utility companies

Civil engineers often specialise in a project or discipline, such as coastal/marine, power, water and transport. Find out more about the key disciplines and specialisms within civil engineering here. Graduates will often apply directly to a scheme in one of these areas.


Qualifications and training required

Graduates will need a degree in civil engineering accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). You are then expected to work towards one of two professionally recognised qualifications with the ICE. If you have completed a BEng, you can gain an incorporated engineer (IEng) status. If you completed either an MEng or a BEng plus a masters, you can acquire chartered engineer (CEng) status. Both titles will help career prospects, but chartered engineers are often more sought after by employers. For more information, see our article on achieving chartered status.

If you are applying for a graduate role within civil engineering, it will greatly help your career prospects if you have gained work experience during a year-in-industry or summer placement. Some employers offer sponsorship and a job offer to students who have impressed them during work experience.


Key skills for civil engineers

Employers seek graduates who are commercially aware and capable of working well within a team environment. Other key skills include:

  • sound mathematical, scientific and IT skills
  • the ability to think methodically and to manage projects
  • problem-solving skills
  • ability to work to deadlines and within budgets
  • ability to maintain an overview of entire projects while continuing to attend to detailed technicalities
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • negotiating, supervisory and leadership skills
  • complete knowledge of relevant legislation


  1. Construction Inspector


Purpose of Classification:

Inspects construction to assure compliance with contract documents, specifications and building codes.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

This is the first in a series of two classifications.




  • Inspects construction progress which may include ensuring procedures and materials comply with specifications; observes work in progress to assure conformance with requirements and acceptable workmanship.


  • Reviews contract plans and specifications for compliance with appropriate building codes and project requirements.


  • Prepares reports.


  • Reviews existing mechanical systems for safety requirements.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of building construction, materials and methods.


  • Comprehensive knowledge of all applicable building codes and of electrical, plumbing, mechanical and related codes.


  • Skill in reading and interpreting plans and specifications to compare them with construction in progress.


  • Skill in both verbal and written communication.


  • Ability to communicate well at all levels of the organization



Minimum Qualifications:

  • Six (6) years of experience in commercial construction, which includes one
  • 1 year of experience as an inspector; OR
  • Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved;
  • One (1) Certification by the International Code Council (ICC/ICBO), e.g. Building Inspector, Plumbing Code, Electrical Code, Mechanical Code, Plans Review; AND,
  • Ability to obtain one (1) additional ICC/ICBO certification within five (5) months of hire and maintain throughout employment, to equal a minimum of two (2) certifications, one of which must be a Building Inspector certification.




  1. Design Engineering


Design engineers work to develop product sketches, drafts and designs. They coordinate with various departments such as marketing, sales, production, research and development. These engineers use various design tools, equipment, and computer applications. Design engineers take into consideration several factors when working on projects. They include cost, maintenance, safety regulations, legal stipulations, the environment, quality and other production guidelines.

Design engineers are responsible for creating drafts of many products we use daily. They include aeroplanes, laptops, washing machines, dryers, trucks, boats, elevators, cell phones etc. They consider the environmental, safety and mechanical effects the product will have on the consumer and other agents. These professionals must be innovative and creative and often work on their own initiative.

The hours worked by design engineers vary. They may work normal office hours or on shifts dependent on the company. Engineers often work overtime due to project demands. Some design engineers may visit distributor or client locations. They receive good salary and benefits remuneration.


  • Understanding of design and engineering procedures
  • Quality oriented
  • Planning, project and time management expertise
  • Initiative and diligence
  • Teamwork and proficiency
  • Technical knowledge of computer assisted design (CAD) software
  • Innovative and creative thinking
  • Expertise with metals and other materials
  • Proficient computer and application skills
  • Keen decision making capabilities



Design engineers are required to have relevant certification in their area of expertise. Qualifications may be in areas such as mechanical, civil, product, industrial, or materials engineering. Engineers may filter into their design role through from other positions into the practical element of design engineering.

Engineers often work many years and then study design and aesthetics courses to prepare them for design engineer jobs. Design engineers must be knowledgeable about, engineering materials, engineering, and manufacturing processes.


  1. H & S Manager

Job Purpose:


  • To implement effective H&S arrangements, which includes H&S risk management, and provide information on H&S performance.
  • Oversee H&S within their specified area and ensure that issues are considered at senior management level where appropriate.
  • Oversee consistency of delivery of H&S matters within their area of responsibility, identify and pursue significant issues.
  • Evaluate & monitor H&S communication to validate their effectiveness for the level of risk in their area of responsibility.
  • Co-ordinate allocated resources for the management of H&S. This includes the appointment of the H&S Local Officers, Display Screen Equipment Assessors, Fire Wardens, First Aiders and other H&S post-holders if necessary to assist in H&S matters.


Specific responsibilities:

  • Set direction and lead by example to embed a positive H&S culture.
  • Promote H&S at Senior Management level.
  • In liaison with senior management, ensure that sufficient resources/funds are available to meet the requirements of the University H&S policy.
  • Ensure compliance with legislation and University policy by notifying senior management of any deficiencies and remedial action required.
  • Ensure that lines of communication are robust and are available to all staff and managers, and students if relevant, on H&S matters.
  • Establish/attend the specified local H&S Committee to ensure that a system is in place for H&S. This includes consultation with students and with trade union representatives, as appropriate.
  • Attend the specified Campus H&S Committee, if nominated.
  • Provide the annual H&S Statement to the H&S Unit, setting out H&S arrangements, activities and plans to ensure adequate H&S management
  • Attend the H&S Unit audit and ensure an action plan is established to address issues identified.




  1. Logistics Manager

Logistics Manager Responsibilities:

  • Strategically planning and managing logistics, warehouse, transportation and customer services
  • Directing, optimizing and coordinating full order cycle
  • Liaising and negotiating with suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and consumers


Job brief:

We are looking for a reliable logistics manager to be responsible for the overall supply chain management. You will organise and monitor the storage and distribution of goods.

The goal is to manage the entire order cycle so as to enhance business development and ensure sustainability and customer satisfaction.



  • Strategically plan and manage logistics, warehouse, transportation and customer services
  • Direct, optimize and coordinate full order cycle
  • Liaise and negotiate with suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and consumers
  • Keep track of quality, quantity, stock levels, delivery times, transport costs and efficiency
  • Arrange warehouse, catalog goods, plan routes and process shipments
  • Resolve any arising problems or complaints
  • Supervise, coach and train warehouse workforce
  • Meet cost, productivity, accuracy and timeliness targets
  • Maintain metrics and analyze data to assess performance and implement improvements
  • Comply with laws, regulations and ISO requirements


  • Proven working experience as a logistics manager
  • Record of successful distribution and logistics management
  • Demonstrable ability to lead and manage staff
  • Proficient in standard logistics software
  • Excellent analytical, problem solving and organisational skills
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple projects
  • BS in Business Administration, Logistics or Supply Chain



  1. Operations Manager

Job Purpose:

  • Oversees the daily workings of warehouse operations.
  • Plans, manages, and implements schedules to ensure deadlines are met
  • Maintains a high quality standard of product production and delivery.

Operations Manager Job Duties:

  • Manages the growth and success of the team
  • Coordinates activities that affect operational decisions and business requirements
  • Responsible for the production, procurement, and planning of daily operations
  • Communicates with all relevant employees to ensure delivery times are met
  • Plans, schedules, and reviews workload and manpower to make sure targets are being met on a cost-effective basis
  • Manages the stock control, and checks that inventory records are accurate
  • Ensures the production team has enough time to manufacture and deliver products based on the client's request
  • Creates a detailed schedule based on strict deadlines
  • Communicates any changes in the order or delivery date to relevant parties
  • Monitors production standards
  • Makes sure the working environment maintains access to quality equipment
  • Purchases materials and services required for production
  • Follows up on interruptions to the order
  • Organises, plans, and implements inventory activity
  • Confirms that health and safety regulations are followed
  • Provides guidance to employees


Operations Manager and Qualifications:

  • Prior Warehouse and/or Managerial Experience Preferred; Highly Organised;
  • Production and Planning Skills Required
  • Understanding of Stock Management Systems
  • Ability to Manage Time and Workload Effectively
  • Excellent Communication Skills, Both Written and Verbal
  • Leadership Skills
  • Experience in Negotiating and Working with Suppliers
  • Ability to Work in a Team Environment
  • Strong Problem Solving Skills
  • Strong Attention to Detail
  • Ability to Engage and Motivate Others
  • Drive to Achieve Results



  1. Pipeline Estimator

General Purpose:

The Pipeline Estimator is responsible for estimating pipeline jobs in oil and gas

construction. Goal is to develop and prepare accurate cost estimates while maximizing

job profit.


  • Responsible for directing the cost estimate effort on major pipeline projects.
  • Prepare project/job estimates, about engineering, design, procurement, construction, etc.
  • Provide accurate piping, pipe and pipeline design, construction and install estimates.
  • Contact sub-contractors/material suppliers for estimates.
  • Create periodic bid reports and update time and materials rate sheets.
  • Review/implement Estimating Policy and Procedures.
  • Uses, develops and oversees the maintenance of estimating databases.
  • Provides estimating guidance to the projects and provides technical and operational supervision to assigned personnel.
  • Prepares the Estimate Plan & Schedule and ensures that interface with other functional organizations is obtained and estimating deliverables are submitted on schedule and as planned.
  • Effectively communicates with all team members and able to develop and

promote relationships with other functional groups.

  • Arrange for, and facilitate the estimate reviews and ensure that all the

documentation required for the review is complete.



  • Requirements include 5+ years of practical experience in lieu of the


  • Practical experience includes one and preferably more of the three

general estimating disciplines, i.e. Civil, Mechanical, or Electrical.

  • Pipeline project management experience
  • MS Office competent
  • Strong interpersonal skills combined with a positive, team-oriented attitude
  • Excellent Communication skills, both verbal and written



  1. Planning Engineer

Job Description:

A planning engineer has one of the most important roles in construction: developing the best methods for construction activities, and determining the optimal sequence of operations on the construction site. Planning engineers are responsible for ensuring that construction projects are completed within set deadlines, on budget, and in line with all the relevant safety standards and regulations.


As the overseer of the development of a project, a planning engineer must:

  • coordinate activities in a structured manner for a successful outcome
  • Contracts Manager Roles and Responsibilities
  • Prepare and update project schedule based on the contract.
  • Set work program and target milestones for each phase based on the project plan.
  • Monitor critical activities based on the project schedule and advise project management.
  • Prepares and submit updated work program and cash flow curve showing actual progress and identify areas of weakness and establishes means and methods for recovery, if any, as well as new critical activities.
  • Monitor day to day work progress and prepare the weekly and monthly program and report.
  • Maintain and record update of site work progress obtained from Project Manager.
  • Prepares monthly report reflecting work progress summary.
  • Report to the Project Manager about the current work progress and make comparison between plan and actual progress and study impact of alternative approaches to work.
  • Participate in project meetings and discussions with the Client as required.
  • Assists in preparing work program, cash flow and manpower histogram for tenders.
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time.


Skills and qualifications:

Those wishing to pursue a career in planning engineering must be familiar with the technology used in planning construction projects and be able to work with software to produce solutions and application methods, all the while keeping in mind regulatory and environmental protocols.

The planning engineer must also be able to map out strategies that fit the details of the project, and at the same time understand how each step fits into the bigger picture. Pragmatism and problem solving skills are highly valued in this profession. The job of the planning engineer calls for critical thinking in a systematic fashion, with appropriate responses to both predicted and unexpected problems. He or she must be able to estimate labour, equipment and material demands of the project fairly accurately.

To pursue a career in planning engineering, one must have:

  • a bachelor’s degree in an engineering related field.
  • Computer skills are also necessary to work with software and different engineering technologies.
  • ability to work well under pressure and endure long hours.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills will do well in this environment.


  1. Project Engineer

Project Engineer Job Responsibilities:

Completes engineering projects by organizing and controlling project elements.

Project Engineer Job Duties:

  • Develops project objectives by reviewing project proposals and plans; conferring with management.
  • Determines project responsibilities by identifying project phases and elements; assigning personnel to phases and elements; reviewing bids from contractors.
  • Determines project specifications by studying product design, customer requirements, and performance standards; completing technical studies; preparing cost estimates.
  • Confirms product performance by designing and conducting tests.
  • Determines project schedule by studying project plan and specifications; calculating time requirements; sequencing project elements.
  • Maintains project schedule by monitoring project progress; coordinating activities; resolving problems.
  • Controls project plan by reviewing design, specifications, and plan and schedule changes; recommending actions.
  • Controls project costs by approving expenditures; administering contractor contracts.
  • Prepares project status reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends; recommending actions.
  • Maintains safe and clean working environment by enforcing procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Maintains project data base by writing computer programs; entering and backing up data.
  • Maintains product and company reputation by complying with federal and state regulations.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.


Skills and Qualifications:

Requirements Analysis,

  • Design Skills, Project Management, Manufacturing Methods and Procedures, Process Improvement, Technical Understanding, Documentation Skills, Safety Management, Supervision, CAD, CAD/CAM Circuit Design
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Lots of initiative
  • Great organisational skills
  • The ability to explain design ideas and plans clearly
  • Confident decision-making ability
  • Excellent communication skills
  • The ability to work within budgets and to deadlines
  • A comprehensive knowledge of relevant legal regulations
  • Good team-leading skills


Resident Engineers supervise the planning, coordination and implementation of construction projects. The types of projects vary, ranging from constructing bridges to the development of roads and highways. They ensure the projects adhere to all plans and regulations and that safety measures are appropriately taken. A typical day may take place onsite of the current project or in an office preparing for a project. Resident Engineers are sometimes referred to as civil engineers.


Resident Engineers lead projects and supervise staff, but they report to a contractor or general manager. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the civil engineering sector is expected to see a job increase of 8 percent through 2024. This will add an estimated 23,600 jobs to this sector during this period.




  1. Resident Engineer

Duties and Responsibilities:

The responsibility of a Resident Engineer may vary depending on the type of project they are hired for, but there are some main duties common to the occupation. A review of current job listings identified the following primary tasks and responsibilities.

  • Plan and Implement Projects

Resident Engineers are involved in the design, specifications, and execution of various projects. They use their expertise to evaluate construction projects and determine the best engineering method or practice to accomplish the job. They will establish an estimated cost and what tools and technologies are appropriate for the job as well as a timeframe for the work to be completed.

  • Supervise Projects

Supervising construction staff is another of the Resident Engineer’s duties. They must ensure staff are properly trained in the use of all equipment, that all staff have access to and use any safety gear and that the team is reaching the required milestones. If construction crews encounter any technical issues, the Resident Engineer should evaluate the issue and provide the appropriate solutions.

  • Oversee Compliance

Resident Engineers must make sure their projects adhere to all government and industry standards and guidelines. If special permits or records need to be obtained, the Resident Engineer will do so and ensure the paperwork is recorded and stored properly.

Resident Engineer Skills:

  • Strong leadership abilities and experience managing projects are important traits for Resident Engineers to possess.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and be team players.
  • Attention to detail and the ability to troubleshoot are also imperative

Core skills:


  • Ability to read and understand blueprints and technical diagrams
  • Advanced computer skills
  • Experience with diagnostic and quality measuring tools
  • Ability to work in industrial setting which includes walking, climbing, bending, and wearing appropriate safety gear
  • Advanced skills: While most employers did not require the following skills, multiple job listings included them as preferred. Add these to your skillset and broaden your career options.
  • Professional Engineering (PE) license
  • Computer-aided design (CAD) experience
  1. Sales Agent

We’re looking for a results-driven sales representative to actively seek out and engage customer prospects. You will provide complete and appropriate solutions for every customer in order to boost top-line revenue growth, customer acquisition levels and profitability.


  • Present, promote and sell products/services using solid arguments to existing and prospective customers
  • Perform cost-­benefit and needs analysis of existing/potential customers to meet their needs
  • Establish, develop and maintain positive business and customer relationships
  • Reach out to customer leads through cold calling
  • Expedite the resolution of customer problems and complaints to maximize satisfaction
  • Achieve agreed upon sales targets and outcomes within schedule
  • Coordinate sales effort with team members and other departments
  • Analyze the territory/market’s potential, track sales and status reports
  • Supply management with reports on customer needs, problems, interests, competitive activities, and potential for new products and services.
  • Keep abreast of best practices and promotional trends
  • Continuously improve through feedback


  • Proven work experience as a sales representative
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office
  • Familiarity with BRM and CRM practices along with ability to build productive business professional relationships
  • Highly motivated and target driven with a proven track record in sales
  • Excellent selling, communication and negotiation skills
  • Prioritising, time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to create and deliver presentations tailored to the audience needs
  • Relationship management skills and openness to feedback
  • BS/BA degree or equivalent

24. M & E Manager

The position

Reporting to the Project manager, you will manage M&E as well as combined schemes mainly within the water industry. You will work across the full project lifecycle to ensure the completion of projects in line with budget and H&S standards, utilising the resources at your disposal as well as site installation and construction staff.

As an active member of the management team, you will attend internal and external reviews, progress meetings as well as attending site visits to make sure KPI's are met alongside budget constraints. Understanding project requirements and solutions, part of your role is to coordinate with suppliers, sub-contractors as well as internal teams to manage site H&S and environmental issues and procure plant, materials and specialist contractors.

You will have responsibility for Profit & Loss on the contract you are given, preparing estimates and quotations for works as well as completing contract documentation (drawings, test sheets etc) and agreeing price variations and final accounts.

What you'll need

You will require:

-Industry relevant qualification: ONC/HNC/Degree

-Commercially and contractually aware

-Experience working within the water or wastewater industries

-Experience with: Microsoft packages

-Proactive approach and excellent communicator


25. SCL Engineer

Candidate specification

-Degree qualified in civil engineering or related subject

-Proven experience in Sprayed Concrete Lining (SCL) or NATM design

-Site based experience is preferable

-A sound understanding of geotechnical principles ideally

-Preferably chartered or en route to chartership with the ICE or other relevant institution

Job Description

The SCL tunnel engineer will be responsible for the detailed SCL site activities on shift at one of the SCL stations or shafts. This includes responsibility for monitoring the performance of the primary lining against the ground conditions encountered.

The principal duties are:

-Support the SCL inspector on shift with inspections during concurrent critical activities or temporary absence

-Make regular inspections of SCL activities

-Review contractor's SCL submissions, including technical requests and method statements

-Inform the senior SCL engineer of any unexpected or potentially hazardous situations such as abrupt change of soil conditions, loss of ground, unusual ground movement or water influx, or whenever else immediate action is required

-Review and maintain records of all SCL instrumentation monitoring results relevant to the primary lining

-Review contractor's SCL shift records

26. Section Manager

You will: work closely with the works manager and construction manager, provide strong leadership to the section, manage diaphragm walling and piling contractors, input into the temp works team for the sectional requirements, review and provide constructability changes to reinforcement drawings, implement safety, environment and quality procedures to the works, carry out the short and long term planning requirements of the works in line with the contract programme and co-ordinate with other sections.

Minimum NVQ/CSCS qualified.

27. Segment Production Manager

The Tunnel Precast Segments Production Manager (SPM) is responsible to safely produce and deliver all necessary precast segments within the required quality, time and budget.

The SPM functions include:

-Plan and organize production and delivery of the precast segments to the Tunnel site,

-Health, Safety & Environment (HSE): ensure that operations are carried out in a way that prevents incidents and preserves personnel health/welfare and environment. Suspend work execution in case of danger,

-Manpower (Staff & Labour): definition of the needs, selection, training, management and motivation,

-Materials & Consumables: monitor stocks, place the necessary orders, manage and control deliveries and delivered products to ensure appropriate stocks are maintained,

-Maintain production tools and equipment in clean & working condition,

-Ensure that segments are produced in accordance with the procedures and drawings, and planned quality controls and tests are properly carried out and recorded,

-Identify and address product non-conformance,

-Monitor, report and improve production outputs,

-Organize, manage and control segment storage at the production factory,

-Organize and manage delivery of the segments to the Tunnel site in close cooperation with Tunnel Boring team,

-Continuous improvement: Propose to the SFM and implement modifications to improve HSE, product quality and productivity, or reduce wastage and costs,

-Client relation during inspections.

28.TBM Designer

Reporting to the head of section and project manager you will be a key member of the design team for their current large-scale metro projects in The Middle East and Vietnam.

Person Requirements:

-Background in tunnelling projects.

-Expert within TBM.

-15 year's design experience.

-Practical understanding, with some on site experience.

-Essential Experience:

-Designing tunnels

-Modelling soil-structure interaction

-Precast segment design

-Cross-passage design.

29. TBM Electrician

Key responsibilities:

- Manage electrical operations on the TBM

- Coordinate with other services related to electrical production in the tunnel.

- manage a team of 3 - 4 Electricians

Must have experience internationally in working with large scale projects in tunnelling projects working on a Slurry TBM. The role is a long-term position offering a leadership role within the business and the potential to relocate in future to Global projects. Will suit a driven and technically sound professional with experience in large engineering/contracting businesses. Salary is competitive and an all-round package can be negotiated.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:

-Experience in HV, MV, LV

-Min 10 years of experience in underground project

-Min 2 projects working on TBM and one of them should be Slurry

30. TBM Expert

-Analyzes the business processes of our customers.

-Gathers the requests from business.

-Writes and makes the general and detailed functional specifications written.

-Validates and makes the solution provided with our end users' representative validated.

-Works with current Apptio consultant in the Data crushing and TBM expertise.

-Takes in charge interfaces with other systems and Master Data Management.

-Progressively becomes the Head of Costing & Pricing Factory under the responsibility of the BSM.

-Acts as well for business implementation than project leading.

-Manages retro modeling and gathers all reference documentation (one unique business requirement, one unique global design document, one unique detailed document, …).

-Builds the BAU structure and makes links with BAU mode.

-Strong customer centricity

-Autonomy but team player

-Anticipation and reactivity

-Perseverance capacity to complete and close the project (on time, on budget, on scope)

-TBM certification required (on medium term)

-Excellent written and verbal communication skills

-Adaptability in a complex environment

-Ability to conduct and support change

-Regular reporting

-Ability to collaborate and work with multiple stakeholders in an international environment, in various locations to achieve collective goals

-Costing, budgeting and pricing advanced knowledge

-Similar projects management experience required

-IT skills: Microsoft Office, Apptio or equivalent tool.

31. Tunnel Ventilation

To manage, supervise and coordinate all T&C activities post-IRN for the Tunnel Ventilation system under ATC defined and approved Safe System of Work in accordance with the ATC-jv Operational Safety Rules and T&C Plan(s). The scope of the works covered under the Contract involves Tunnel Ventilation and the Ventilation Control System (VCS).

Objectives/ Responsibilities:

-Implements the latest T&C delivery programme for the Tunnel Ventilation system via the use of the T-12w, T-4w, T-1w and Daily Notice meetings;

-Where M&E subcontractors are appointed to deliver T&C works, manages them for the testing and commissioning phases of the project in line with the programme requirements;

-Liaises with the PSM to organise the relevant teams of Authorised Persons and Senior Authorised Persons to assist with LV energisations in line with the IRN process;

-Liaises with the C610 Work Authorisation Documentation Manager and supports the WAD process for the Tunnel Ventilation system;

-Write the Tunnel Ventilation Test Procedures and agree and get from the VCS Package Manager the VCS ones

-Ensure compliance to Health & Safety procedures and regulations within a Crossrail operational environment to ensure the T&C phases are safe and in compliance with the Client and Joint Venture requirements.

-Coordination with the M&E installation team to ensure a smooth transition from IRN into T&C.

-Report progress periodically (weekly basis) to the Senior M&E Lead Engineer and T&C Manager and raise any warning signs or issues that could affect the program of work.

-Schedule all T&C works in a logical steps and budget time required to meet deadlines.

-Support the Senior M&E Lead Engineer to determine resources allocation and help coordination with the T&C Manager.

-Carry out Inspection and Audit reviews to monitor compliance with quality, safety codes, and other regulations.

-Support ATC to obtain all necessary certificates i.e. (IRNs, PCCs, PACs, etc...) and permits to work.

-Work closely with the M&E Construction Team to achieve successful IRN and post-IRN common objectives;

-Maintain the M&E T&C team competencies;

Candidate Requirements:

-Knowledge/ Experience:

-Relevant experience of M&E Systems and in particular ventilation systems

-Experience in testing and commissioning of ventilation systems

-Good communicator

-Behavioural Skills / Competencies

-Versatility, professionalism, time management, good audit and record keeping, attention to detail, -interpersonal and communication skills, team player.

Educational Requirements:

-HNC / HND / Degree or equivalent in Electrical/Electronics/Automation, etc...

-Relevant electrical certifications in Low Voltage

-Authorised Person (LV) competence is desirable

-Good organisational skills

-IT, computer literate

-Knowledge of Microsoft Office

32. Tunnels Construction Manager 

-Support with preparation of PQ documentation

-Review of tunnel related tender documentation and specifications

-Preparing of work procedures related to TBM works including but not limited to TBM drives, transport, assembly, launch and dismantling

-Preparation of work sequencing including interfaces with construction of cross passages and tunnel final fit out works

-Determination of tunnel advance rates and tunnel program / schedule including maintenance

-Support of Mechanical /Plant Manager with determining choice of equipment and plant required for tunnelling works

-Support of Procurement Manager with procurement of TBM and other main logistic equipment

-Supervision of construction progress and cost controlling

-Preparation of target – actual comparison sheets

-Setup and preparation of all necessary documents related to the construction process such as quantity recording, construction diary etc.

-Preparation of monthly statements and maintaining of work execution estimate

-Assignment and coordination of personnel, subcontractors and consultants

-Planning of material and equipment

-Participation in construction discussions and meetings


-Master, bachelor or diploma degree in civil engineering

-Working experience of at least 10 years as a Construction Manager, preferably abroad

-Experience in hydro shield tunnelling / EPB

-MS Office skills

-Fluent in English (spoken and written)

-Intercultural competence, collaborative behaviour

-Team player, self-motivated and persistent

33. Tunnels Contracts Manager

-Support with preparation of PQ documentation

-Review of tunnel related tender documentation and specifications

-Preparing of work procedures related to TBM works including but not limited to TBM drives, transport, assembly, launch and dismantling

-Preparation of work sequencing including interfaces with construction of cross passages and tunnel final fit out works

-Determination of tunnel advance rates and tunnel program / schedule including maintenance strategies

-Determination of required resources for tunnelling works, including labour and equipment

-Support of Mechanical /Plant Manager with determining choice of equipment and plant required for tunnelling works

-Support of Procurement Manager with procurement of TBM and other main logistic equipment

-Supervision of construction progress and cost controlling

-Preparation of target – actual comparison sheets

-Setup and preparation of all necessary documents related to the construction process such as quantity recording, construction diary etc.

-Preparation of monthly statements and maintaining of work execution estimate

-Assignment and coordination of personnel, subcontractors and consultants

-Planning of material and equipment

-Participation in construction discussions and meetings


-Master, bachelor or diploma degree in civil engineering

-Working experience of at least 10 years as a Construction Manager, preferably abroad

-Experience in hydro shield tunnelling / EPB

-MS Office skills

-Fluent in English (spoken and written)

-Intercultural competence, collaborative behaviour

-Team player, self-motivated and persistent