09.07.2019 - Site construction manager (m/f) for Fiber Optics projects in Germany

Site construction manager (m/f) for Fiber Optics projects in Germany

Main responsibilities

  • Supervision of the project’s civil works and scheduling of activities
  • Review the provided network plans
  • Supplies & warehouse management (materials, machines, equipment, etc.)
  • Conduct on site investigations and analyze data (maps, reports, drawings)
  • Assess potential risks, materials and costs
  • Organize the set-up and transportations of the crew
  • Ensure works are performed on time and with a certain quality
  • Comply with guidelines and regulations including permits, safety, etc. and deliver technical files and other technical documentation as required

Candidate profile

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent (must have)
  • German speaker (must have)
  • Ability to learn new technical knowledge and work in a high-pressure environment
  • Understanding of networks and any other prior experience should be considered as a plus (as a plus)
  • Advanced user of the Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with drawing/GIS tools (as a plus)
  • Ability to travel in short notice period (must have)

 Remuneration

 A competitive salary scheme and beneficial perks are provided for this position

HR-DE@artemis-its.com


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