Job Id OEJ0000002111

Network Design Envr. Engineer

in Qatar

Posted on:   12th June 2019
Openings:

Experience: 15+ Years
Job Category: Environment - Environmental Engineer
Education Basic
Job Type Contract

Other Details

Job Title: Network Design Environmental Engineer

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil engineering from an accredited University with Professional Qualifications from a recognized International Institution and with a professional career development record all as approved by the Engineer.
  • Chartered Engineer in recognized Professional Institution, all to the approval of the Engineer is highly desirable.


Required Experience:

  • Minimum 15 years of demonstrable experience, of which 7 years as an open cut and microtunneling, sewerage, surface and ground water networks design engineer in similar or works with coordination with stake holders, government agencies, organization, department, etc. 
  • It is an essential requirement to have previous experience in designing and reviewing similar open cut and microtunneling surface & ground water networks under Design & Build projects undertaken with the city and its Environmental impact.
  • Must be able to Manage and review multi-disciplinary project inputs critically access the application of design criteria, check plans and specifications for accuracy of design and completeness.
  • Lead external and internal coordination pertinent to sewerage, surface & ground water design and construction.
  • Review, comment / recommend acceptance or otherwise of related contractors' / and their consultant submissions.
  • Liaise with utilities providers and other internal and external stake holders.
  • Performance of actual design duties and other related duties when directed.

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