Metroworth Consulting

  • Civil Superintendant

    Position Type
    Closing Date
  • Overview

    MCL have an immediate vacancy for a Civil Superintendent. You will be responsible for the following coordination and supervision of works performed by the piling, civils, building and architectural Contractor’s site activities for their given scope of work; including ensuring work is performed in a safe and efficient manner to a satisfactory standard that meets the requirements of the project.



    For our EPC Contractor



    Duration of Contract:

    12 months plus


    Please apply for this role by clicking the link provided and submitting your CV to the recruitment team




    • Providing direction and support for Contractors;
    • Coordinating construction activities and subcontractors to ensure no interface problems arise;
    • Monitoring, expediting, and supervising all contractor activities;
    • Ensuring the satisfactory operations and maintenance of all temporary facilities;
    • Ensuring all work is carried out in accordance with HSE requirements, and that only trained experienced operators are used on critical works;
    • Promoting a safe working environment on site with subcontractor personnel to ensure all HSE goals are achieved;
    • Ensuring all work is carried out in accordance with the quality requirements
    • Evaluating Contractor’s, competencies, procedures and work processes;
    • Ensuring Contractor’s staffing and competencies are maintained throughout the construction phase;
    • Ensuring Contractor’s operate a field construction quality surveillance program as per approved quality manual/plans;
    • Reviewing Contractor’s method statements to ensure work will be performed in a controlled safe manner;
    • Ensuring Non-Conformance Reports and/or Technical Assurance Alerts are raised as appropriate; and
    • Reviewing Contractor’s ITP’s and verifying the required minimum level of inspection points have been identified for each equipment type.



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